Kensington Gardens Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... skies will be a cakewalk after this. Please. Please. It can't get much worse. At Leigh Delamere (you have to stop at Leigh Delamere, it's the rules) things slowly start to improve. The next 100 miles or so to London are just pleasantly grey. Yes, yes. 50 shades of grey.
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... but it wasn't until we got to the hotel that we were told we would have to stay another night. To make things easier they told us to pay for everything and they would reimburse us fully for all food and transportation. If they follow through with that promise, we will definitely give them a 5 star review!
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... to some of the better clubs, and although you won’t be fashionably late, you will be able to secure a table and avoid paying over the odds for entrance.
The Live Music Scene
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... 3, but plan to be well away from here (somewhere along the road that fronts the Thames) when the actual caravan and race come through at the predicted 2pm. From busy Trafalgar Square we walked the short distance to an Italian restaurant off Leicester Square, the hub of the West End theater scene. Our ultimate goal was to make it to the Queens Theater in time for the 7:30pm production of Les Miserables, tickets I had purchased clear back ...