Durley House

115 Sloane Street, London, England, SW1X 9PJ, United Kingdom | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Westminster/Belgravia area of London, is near Saatchi Gallery, Baker & Spice, Royal Court Theatre, and General Trading Co..
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DAY 4: Saturday, 6 September

A travel blog entry by calogie on Sep 06, 2014

... woman I spoke to wasn't backing down and that only made me more determined. It took about 20 minutes of going over the same ground before I was able to force her hand. After she finally consulted her superiors she came back and announced she can accommodate our request. I then asked her to email me the address if the branch and confirmation of its arrival but apparently HSBC are unable to send emails, or texts for that matter. It was absolutely ridiculous, but at least now ...

Honey, You Should See Me In A Crown

A travel blog entry by rachael.ed on Aug 11, 2014

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... we took a guided tour with about thirty or forty other people that covered the basics of the Tower.
I don't think any of us were expecting the place to be quite as large as it was, so we spent quite a few hours there and still didn't get into all of its buildings. The favourite for Taylor and was, of course, the Crown Jewels. We weren't allowed to take photographs of them, unfortunately. By the time we left that exhibit, the yard outside was packed ...

London

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Jun 16, 2014

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... began with the Beefeaters in their enormous bear skin hats. We had a great view and lovely British ladies as our neighbors. They attend the parade every year and were well equipped with extra Union Jacks to share with us. When we got our first glimpse of Prince Harry and Princess Kate, and then the Queen and Prince Philip, we all waved our flags wildly like proper British subjects. We missed seeing Prince William and Prince Charles who were both in military dress and ...

London Walkabout

A travel blog entry by gregj on May 21, 2014

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... puppets and operators disappearing into the background as the delicate movements convey emotions and actions from a moving story. Having been up close and personal with one of the "Joey"s that had been retired from the show at the V&A in the morning, it neatly completed the circle of the day.

Wednesday was a quiet day. A walk through Somerset House and the Courtauld Gallery with it's fine impressionists display and some rather (emotionally) ...

Day 6 London

A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on May 15, 2014

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... Roman Baths were amazing for there sheer ingenuity and size. The Romans were so innovative and just so ahead of their times in everything they did, the planing, thought and detail they put into everything at their time of evolution is just mind blowing. The Romans built the public baths on the site of hot springs, but they also had sauna rooms, hot baths, warms baths. cold baths and an ingenious system to handle any overflow. ...