Ebury House

Address: 102 Ebury Street, London, England, SW1W 9QD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Westminster/Belgravia area of London, is near Jack the Ripper Walking Tour with Golden Tours, London Tourist Board, Southwark, and Les Senteurs.
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        We're on our own now

        A travel blog entry by dft on Sep 03, 2015

        5 photos

        ... out whether we should buy passes for the underground. It ended up that their Oyster passes were very affordable and gave us the ability to travel in zones 1 and 2 for the next week for a flat fee.

        After walking back to The Savoy, we collected our luggage and got a cab to take us to our new hotel, The Sumner which is located near Marble Arch. We settled in, made reservations for dinner at an Indian Restaurant that was on ...

        First Day in London

        A travel blog entry by yukonholmes on Jul 31, 2015

        3 photos

        ... his hands, and managed to squeeze himself somehow into a tiny plastic box - amazing! Eventually, after a short visit to Trafalgar Square, we ended up on Charing Cross road at Foyles Bookstore. After that we managed to find Laura some good walking sandals at a shoe store, and eventually made our way back to the hotel. We had a late night pizza, and then collapsed into ...

        London..A big city!

        A travel blog entry by misslayla_2007 on Jul 09, 2015

        5 comments, 5 photos

        ... Park which is the only park in London that has no flowers. It has no flowers because long ago one of the queens got angry when her husband Charles II picked some flowers for his girlfriend so she decided to have all the flowers pulled out of the entire park. It has been a green park ever since. Every English Royal family has lived in Buckingham Palace since 1837. On the ...

        St. Paul's Cathedral

        A travel blog entry by elora_c on Jun 20, 2015

        21 photos

        ... t familiar with many of the people buried there, but we still experienced the peacefulness and reverence. And, we did recognize the famous tombs. Back upstairs, and it was almost time for the galleries to open. The church was already much more crowded. We were very glad we had come earlier and could experience the church more as a church than a tourist attraction. And then it was time to climb the stairs. The stair count ...


        A travel blog entry by barbararogers1 on May 20, 2015

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        ... hundreds of men and women dressed up to the nines. Apparently they had been invited to a Garden Party at the Palace. Most of the women were wearing very smart dresses and hats and it was interesting to stand and watch the fashions. We then walked along the side of the Palace to the Australian War Memorial in Wellington Square where we spent some time reading the names of the towns inscribed on it. ...