Limegrove Hotel

32 Lime Grove, London, England, W12 8EA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the London West area of London, is near Burghley Park, John Lewis, Wimbledon Common, and Browns.
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    A travel blog entry by kaylieshep on Jul 09, 2014

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    ... public transport. I think because of the beautiful weather we have been having, everyone is positive, happy and always willing to help a lost Aussie tourist. We leave London tomorrow to go to my cousins wedding in Telford, I am looking forward to experiencing the English countryside. I will definitely be coming back to London to visit Josh and Marlise and get a better taste of London life. Missing everyone! Love love love ...

    I could get used to flying like this.

    A travel blog entry by westolz on May 12, 2014

    ... Captain Phillips" which was very good. After landing, we picked up our luggage, went through customs and then Robert left to go get the car. He picked us up and we headed to Marietta. We arrived home at 9:00 PM Atlanta time but 2:00 AM London time. Wonderful and very memorable trip with good friends but it is always nice to be home and in our own ...

    Bank Holiday

    A travel blog entry by tnetennba on May 05, 2014

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    ... live. This is such an interesting area. They live in a flat inside a converted munitions building. The buildings nearby were used for armaments manufacture, ammunition proofing and explosives research. The original buildings were constructed in 1720s and were fully operational during WWII and the Korean War. The area was top secret and was only opened to the public in 1994 after the Ministry of Defence moved out. We ate dinner at Sarah’s ...

    Days 5-8

    A travel blog entry by pr0zak on Apr 22, 2014

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    ... as we were going to be heading out to Kew in the afternoon to meet up with my friends and be out near the wedding for Saturday.
    We spent the day in the Natural History Museum, which was absolutely rammed with kids. It would have been ok if they were looking at the exhibits, but they really just seemed to be wandering around and blocking all the signs for the people who were there to look at them.
    The dinosaur exhibit was obviously the most packed, but it was worth ...

    London, England, UK

    A travel blog entry by laurenandjd on Mar 07, 2014

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    ... looking slightly abashed, clutching his passport, which had fallen out of his pocket and been delivered to him via the train staff. Quite a close call. We were in the Chunnel for most of it so there was not much of a view. Upon arriving in London we bought two day passes for the Tube and picked up our train tickets for the whole of the UK (The UK was excluded from our Eurail passes). We ...