Hotel 55

Address: 55 Hanger Lane, London, England, W5 3HL, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Hanger Hill area of London, is near British Museum Company, Agua Bathhouse Spa, Gunnersbury Triangle, and Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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It's been 1 year since I left home

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Dec 03, 2014

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... temping, internship and employment. Temping threw me so far out of my comfort zone I felt like that little dot on the outside of the circle of trust in Meet the Parents. New people, new places, the constant unknown when I wake up every morning and the fact that I’d never been a receptionist before was all fun and games. But I built a power point presentation for a conference for the directors of a major global organisation, I ...

London 25 th september to 2 nd October

A travel blog entry by berryfamily5 on Sep 25, 2014

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... all over the room.

Then we left the museum to go to have lunch. We went to Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park. First we went to Kensington Gardens. We were throwing conkers down the big water slide fountain thing and running after them. This was called the Princess Diana memorial fountain. We were playing in the water but not swimming. It was too shallow. At the end we got about 300 conkers and threw them all down the fountain at once. Everyone tried to steal them. We let ...


A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Aug 24, 2014

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... why they would put an observatory at the top of the hill), with Kelly waiting at St Mary's Gate for Fay to continue the trek along The Avenue another 20 mins further and upwards. After the trek up £7.50 to enter the Observatory. I saw the Bradley Meredian, which served as Longitude 0deg for all early ordnance maps in England. Then saw Halleys Meredian line which measured the height of stars and sun at solar noon (this is all from ...

Big Ben is in fact really freaking big!

A travel blog entry by sdhoneymoon on Jul 26, 2014

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... gay as well... Harry if you are reading, I love you, I miss you and I plan to come back here with you one day! :)

Dan and my taste buds were set loose. Scotch eggs are actually quite difficult to find, but a hearty breakfast is not. I am proud, (I probably shouldn't be) to say that I finished that plate of British breakfast... Okay I'm lying I didn't eat any black pudding. I can't bring myself to try it. Anyways I don't think my photo does it justice, ...

Markets and beer

A travel blog entry by bermack on Apr 13, 2014

... noteables, were one builtin 1774 and another in 1889, though the beer did taste fresher. I think we hit about 6 in total. We finished off at this martini bar in Covent Garden. Very posh, and total opposite of the pubs. In between all this we did manage to get in a burger, though it was not a "Fatburger".

Rob was catching the train back to Swindon, so we headed back to our flat, and had a glass ...