Grenville House Hotel

4 Guilford Street, London, England, WC1N 1DR, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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Sunday Markets

A travel blog entry by terry-christina

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... off at Spitalfields which is a permanent market with lots of hand made clothes and jewellery. And more food. On the footpath between these two markets were blocks of fruit and veg stalls.

We didn't buy anything because we had to go to the City Airport to meet the boys who flew in from Amsterdam. This airport is on the Isle of Dogs, which is just as depressing as it ...

London - all I expected and more

A travel blog entry by kletheby

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... copies of her new book. I decided to forgo the opportunity to see a real live royal, and get on with my itinerary as planned.

From Harrods I moved onto St Pauls Cathedral for some photographs, and saw my first live squirrels in the gardens.

My final stop for the afternoon was the Tower of London. I was aware that I wouldn’t have the time available to explore this thoroughly but didn’t want to miss it, so made the most of the time ...

Sleepwalking through London

A travel blog entry by babsbusch

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1

... the blisters on my feet from my new boots to prove it!
At one point I felt drunk I was so tired and since it was almost 6pm we thought we'd try to find a light meal before heading back to the hotel as it was our goal to stay up until at least 7pm to fight the jetlag.
There are many Lebanese restaurants close by but we found a little Malaysian restaurant which was just opening and so we stopped in for some Nasi Goreng and for me I believe I ...

Travelling Day

A travel blog entry by lisameerkat

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5

... accommodation. Although it was dark our first glimpse of Delhi was pretty amazing. The sights, sounds and smells were overwhelming as was the heat! We were introduced to our host family who were looking after us for the weekend. They were very welcoming and friendly and made sure we settled in ok. After a spicy pancake for breakfast we went off to bed for a nap having been awake for 28 hours! More to come on ...

Au Revoir Paris, a bientot

A travel blog entry by cathterry

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... seen Border security). Mac thought we might be sent home to Palmerston North, he was a little excited by the prospect of going back to see his friends. But. Lovely border guy said that its not common practice, he could see we had return tickets booked, evidence of our bank accounts, I'd printed off everything Nd he stamped our passports and we were on our way. I watched Water for Elephants, the movie, on my way. Well worth the watch - I loved it! Beautiful love story, but ...

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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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    1.50 of 5 stars Poor