Lancaster Hall Hotel

35 Craven Terrace, London, England, W2 3EL, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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Catching up after a long day!

A travel blog entry by monroefischer

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... access to the manuscripts in the vault. A couple of the extremely restricted manuscripts had excellent facsimiles which I could view, although nothing is allowed out of the Reading Room. Others were viewable online which I could even do on my laptop in the States. There were a few on my list that I can actually handle - woohoo!!! The librarian kindly ordered the facsimile of the Sforza Hours. It comes in four volumes, and one can only order ...

Life as a supply (substitute/guest) teacher

A travel blog entry by curious1

... my students, so I suppose I shouldn't expect to get everything done as a sub. But yes, I am rambling. Teaching ICT is fun, I have learned new things about proxy servers, viruses etc. And I really like teaching math. I always thought I would enjoy it, however, at home, there was never a need for me to teach math, but always a need to teach science, so now I am getting a chance! And I can still do year 11 higher algebra!! (And have students tell me that I am good ...

The Last Supper

A travel blog entry by kristenrenee

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... to eat sticky toffee pudding. Just believe me... After my pudding and another glass of prosecco, I made my way back down Kings Road and settled onto the tube for a short ride back to my "house". It really has come to feel more like home than I could have imagined and even though my next destination is supposed to be one of the most amazing cities in the world, I can't help but feel a little sad at the thought of leaving this town I've fallen in love ...

Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Bath

A travel blog entry by madolph

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... was impressive. We only had 1/2 an hour to look around, but it really is just rocks so it's not hard to do in that time. And again, even at 5pm, it was HOT!! Literally swollen and dripping sweat! But we weren't the only ones with a layer of slick grime, so I don't feel that bad. All in all, the tour we took was well worth the money. It was a full day of experiences and history that we will never forget! Currently playing: Where You Belong, Joshua ...

LONDON, a city of red and royalty

A travel blog entry by travelwithvan

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... lunch at Port of Manila, a Filipino resto located in Hammersmith. I was not really craving for Filipino food at that time since I just got there for like two days, so it was more of a joy to Flip and his friend, who works there by the way.

Time for sightseeing!

The first landmark we visited was the London Eye. It was a Sunday so a lot of groups of friends and families also filled the park where it stood. From there, we walked ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Lancaster Gate area of London, is near Kensington Gardens, Columbia Road Flower Market, Hyde Park Stables, and Ross Nye Stables.
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