Fraser Suites Kensington

Address: 75 Stanhope Gardens, London, England, SW75RN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Knightsbridge/Earl's Court/Kensington area of London, is near Emirates Stadium, Alexandra Palace, Queen's House, and Clissold Park.
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      A Dungerous Adventure

      A travel blog entry by aus_ambo_abroad on Feb 01, 2015

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      ... a friend’s sister Charlotte and visit the London Dungeons. The area was packed full of tourists, now I know how silly that statement sounds given that we are tourists but people who stop to take a selfie in the middle of a public walk way or just randomly throw their arms in the air and stop to argue with their companions really **** me. It’s just as bad here as it is in Mornington on market ...


      A travel blog entry by robxmas14 on Dec 11, 2014

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      ... Back to the tube and home for bed.

      (*) Mick O is a lovely guy we met on our trip around Australia. He would always tell his gorgeous wife Bels that he would 'get it ' and start moving out of his seat or towards the problem at a pace that looked like he really intended to help, but was slow enough for Bels to have 'done' it before he got to there. Now the move is known in our house as the Mick O. Today's example is an advanced form of the technique.

      Strangers in the station

      A travel blog entry by jessica.schiesl on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... to me and to eat her sandwich. There was silence for about 3 minutes and then she says to me "Amazing how you can just sit here for hours and watch all the people rushing by. Makes you think about where they're going, where they're coming from, who they are." I agreed with her and told her I'd been sitting here for an hour doing that already. This stranger with long blonde hair turned out to be a lady named Linda from Northern Ireland and visiting Chicago to ...

      Westminster, the National Gallery, Trafalgar Sq

      A travel blog entry by victor.duval on Sep 15, 2014

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      ... anyone could turn left and walk past No 10 Downing St however today it is all gated and barred with restricted access. Policemen with white shirts, black bullet proof vests and black automatic weapons draped diagonally across their chests - with their butt of the firearm under the arm and their barrels pointing groundwards. I am reminded that this is symptomatic of the threat and nervousness that the government feels of a potential attack. Australia too has ...

      Pidgeons Pad

      A travel blog entry by ozraftery on Aug 21, 2014

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      It was another sunny day so we headed off early to see more London sights. First stop was the Princess Di Memorial playground. We were first in line when it opened at 10am and we had a great time playing and exploring. After that we walked through Kensington Gardens and past Kensington Palace towards the Royal Albert Hall. Dad said that all kinds of shows were on there ...