Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane
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This city is bustling with a variety of places to explore and activities to take part in. there are nearly dozens of museums and other travel attractions which have been catering to the leisure needs of every tourist since an eternity. This city also happens to be holding a special significance among the little bunch of travelers as well. There are child ...
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... on the south-western Mediterranean Coast. This time we’re travelling light-with the bikes kindly stored by the lovely Keren-in the garage of the London Flat.
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... to get out! Walked through St. James's park and decided to go to Oxford Circus to have a wander around the shops at Regent Street. Can't afford to even window shop there but it is an experience just seeing it. Regent Street is amazing with all the shops and fabulous buildings. Grabbed some lunch at Tesco - they have these shops all around London. Have a huge range of sandwiches, baguettes, salads, fruit ...