Kensington Gardens Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Today the Mongol rally begins. After almost of year of anticipation and planning the Khangaroos team are about to embark on a 12,000km journey from London to Mongolia. The majority of the ralliers had decided to camp (sleep in their cars) the night before at Battersea Park so many of them looked a little rugged and a lot sleep deprived. Our team did not spend much of the night there, but we suspect a lot of beer was being drunk in preparation! That didn't stop the excitement of ...
... decided to buy the hotel buffet breakfast, and we were very glad we did!! There was such a delicious range of food, continental and cooked, and the coffee wasn't bad either. It was definitely a good start to the day and kept us going for a long time! We then wandered back to the London Eye, we had already purchased tickets online for this and for Madame Tussaud's which cut down the queues again which we were pleased about! It didn't take too long to get onboard one of the capsules, and ...
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Robyn and Jacqueline also had a chance to take in a London musical and saw Les Miserables on the last night.
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