Durley House

115 Sloane Street, London, England, SW1X 9PJ, United Kingdom | 5 star hotel
Prices starting from $342.00

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Home of cricket - lords

A travel blog entry by paulandbre2014


... being played. The boundary was about 40m on one side and 80m on the other as they were using the end wicket, leading to it being a very one sided game. The ground was in awesome knick, immaculate condition but on a bit of an angle. It was great to wander around the ground with such a small crowd, surreal being at a ground I had seen so many times on TV. The typical old poms didn't seem to enjoy our company, when I had some old fogies "ask" me to sit down whilst taking a ...

Days 5-8

A travel blog entry by pr0zak


... the river as you go. We saw a great pub which is one of the oldest in the city and was apparently frequented by thieves and smugglers back in the day. We would have liked to go and see it up close, but we had no idea how to get back there from the land!
At Greenwich we didn't have much time before things would be closing so we just went to the Royal Observatory. Which was interesting, lots of old clocks and telescopes and obviously the Meridian line.
Greenwich is ...

London day 4

A travel blog entry by murrinfamily


... of markets everywhere - craft, clothes, antiques, souvineers and the best of all, food markets. We wandered around the markets and finished in the food markets. They had the most amazing international food stalls consisting of good nearly every European country. We all couldn't go past the Polish sausages served with mini garlic potatoes with garlic butter, fried onions, herbed mustard and a few pieces of sourdough bread on top. So fattening but oh so good! We walked around ...

Exploring East Side & Christmas Crazies

A travel blog entry by larissajcroom


... A naff Christmas party at Plan where my manager was a terrible influence filling my wine glass more often than required, our pub Christmas party which started at the Barley Mow, went for a Turkish dinner on the bar and finished with dancing in a gay club and then lots of food and wine with my beautiful adopted ABH family. I managed to get about three hours sleep following the latter before I was up bright and early for the 4am bus to the airport and Germany bound!


Sunday feasting with an Irishman

A travel blog entry by zaynard


... was a display of armory, complete with shields, armor, swords, pikes, wooden horses, maces, all of it! Very cool indeed, though you have to wonder how a knight would be able to see through a slit in his helmet only as wide as a chopstick, much less move in such restrictive clothing... After all this history, we decided it was time to go and eat some more, so off we went following Johnny to the next spot. This time we took the London overground, a driverless train that runs to ...

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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 David Mellor.
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