Grenville House Hotel

4 Guilford Street, London, England, WC1N 1DR, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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London Bound!!!

A travel blog entry by coe

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... our hotel was on the outskirts of the city. It was quite silly. Gotta love EF's planning department. We stayed in an area known as Beckton. This meant, in order for us to return to the centre of London which is where we started every single day, we had to jump on the DLR train located about two minutes from our hotel and travel for almost 45 minutes to connect to the Tube (London's subway). It basically took us over an hour to get to where we needed ...

The Final Two Days

A travel blog entry by monroefischer

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... had not also had a revolution as a result of George's excesses. The Pavilion was built to entertain, show off, and meet with his mistress, Maria Fitzherbert, whom he could not marry openly as marriage of a royal to a Roman Catholic was forbidden under the Royal Marriages Act of 1772. He apparently did marry her in secret, however. His entire lifestyle was extravagant in excess - he eventually became too fat to even get upstairs to his own bedroom.
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London - Day Two (Museum Mile)

A travel blog entry by pohearn818

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After a relatively decent night of sleep, wake up at 8:00 AM ready to roll. Head out, stopping at a little cafe for a muffin and scone to take as I make the walk down Tottenham Court Road to Charing Cross for Trafalgar Square. The goal of the trek was to go to the National Gallery, which didn't open until 10:00. As I had about an hour to kill, I decide to meander through the streets around the Square and see what I can find. During ...

Hot Potato, Hot Potato

A travel blog entry by dajuanawilliams

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... King Arthur welcomed him as he invited him to sit at the table with us, but the green man denied. The man was going on and on about irrelevant things. He claimed he came in peace but his actions said different. In my mind I’m thinking he wants to battle but he’s pretending. Suddenly, the Green Knight presented ...

My City, London.

A travel blog entry by n.saadi13

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... rowing boats to be hired, to sail on the huge pond- I really recommend this. -Madame Tussauds, to take pictures with all your favourite (waxified) celebrities. London Dungeons, to learn history in the funniest and scariest ways! -Trafalgar Square. -Chessington World Of Adventures, a theme park just outside of London. -Harrods, the biggest department store in London -London Zoo -London Aquarium -A boat ride on the River Thames -Picadilly -Leicester Square ...

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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Mayfair/Soho/West End area of London, is near Royal National Theatre, Dickens House Museum, Regent's Canal, and Foundling Museum.
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