LSE Rosebery Hall Residence

Address: 90 Rosebery Avenue, London, England, EC1R 4TY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Islington/Angel/King's Cross area of London, is near Sadler's Wells, Sandler's Wells, Bloomsbury Bowling, and Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art.
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    Hello London

    A travel blog entry by roamingm on Jul 27, 2015

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    ... that was right across the street from the Tower of London!!!! And it is a 10 minute walk from our apartment!!!!!! And we can see Tower Bridge ..... from our apartment !!!! And we have a front seat view of St. Katherine's Dock!!! Our apartment is small but comfortable and the view and atmosphere is amazing . We rested for a while and then Christine and I went shopping at the local ...

    London 1st Day Walk

    A travel blog entry by jessie.schuster on Jun 27, 2015

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    ... back to the hotel instead of taking the underground. We walked a very long time. We went to both the Disney and the M&M stores which was some unexpected fun. I got a Winnie the pooh pencil case at the Disney Store. And we took some fun pictures. We grabbed dinner about a block from the hotel at "Pret A Manager" (spelling?). It was to-go. We got back to the hotel and promptly sat down to eat. After eating and taking showers we both went to sleep around 8PM. ...

    Sunday Timetables Make their Mark

    A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 24, 2015

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    ... but also sold retro games and books. It was just delightful.

    The textbook reading had mentioned London's oldest restaurant, Rules, dating from (I think) 1745 or so. We found it, but it was way too expensive, and we couldn't even see inside through the windows. Further down the same street, however, was a place that had affordable sandwiches, and that was nice and old. I don't know how long it had been this particular restaurant, but the building started life as St ...

    Just like 'The Bill'

    A travel blog entry by jpedmanson on Apr 09, 2015

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    ... will explore in more depth. Now we are trying to stay upright until nightfall, so will head out to the Marquis of Westminster shortly for some local fare. John said: Just to add a couple of details on the day. We are staying in Belgrave rd. Westminster, pretty posh ,yeah. Not so posh however, as they were able to fool us on three occasions on to how to open their various doors.The most painful was the door to ...

    Unexploded bombs, parakeets and sore feet

    A travel blog entry by paulanddeb on Mar 24, 2015

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    ... s cathedral, giving a view of the transept and dome from across the river. The size of the building means that it didn't feel crowded except when you got entangled in one of the school parties. The 528 step climb to the top of dome was well worth it (although an american we past was lamenting the lack of an escalator in this 17th century building) for views across the City of London. After a couple of hours ...