Limegrove Hotel

32 Lime Grove, London, England, W12 8EA, United Kingdom | Hotel

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Our London Experience

A travel blog entry by wendyandgillies


... hotel) is massive - the regal buildings, parks and crowds.
Today we plan to visit Royal Albert Hall and Westminster Abbey for Evensong - we will move around by using the Underground Tube as we have a station 2 minutes from our hotel.
We are looking forward to coming home in a week's time after the Hong Kong adventure - after all the warm weather we are having here (27 today again!) we will relish some Adelaide winter and catching up with you all ...

Cheerios to London

A travel blog entry by dillardstravels


... It got its name from the hunting cry "So-ho!" Our waitress directed us on the menu to some traditional English food. George ordered the classic fish and chips, of course. The lightly battered fish was perfectly seasoned with wonderful texture. The chips, as they call them here, are not potato chips. They are basically thick cut french fries (maybe they have something against the french). Tiffani ordered cottage pie. It's pretty much shepherds pie but ...


A travel blog entry by antandlidi2014


... a real adventure and on to Madame Tussauds. It was awesome taking pictures with the rich and famous, but the best part was the train ride about the history of London and the final 4D superhero action movie at the end. We loved it and like all great traditions we ended our journey we a latte from Café Nero. Walked home with sore feet down Regent street to see the statue of Eros which was under renovation. Garfunkels was our restaurant of ...

Say No to army men on walls!

A travel blog entry by nickandjulie


... couldn't help but sing along and almost cry when Mufassa died. What an awesome night and Nick even got himself a magnet as a souvenir. Think we will be seeing lots more shows in London before we leave. Friday was actually Valentines day and I finally had a day off but Nick had to work. It was a great present though because I went shopping. Now everyone out there I know you will be shocked when I tell you that I have barely shopped and bought anything. A jacket, ...

The Final Two Days

A travel blog entry by monroefischer


... era, was much, much lower than that of today, so the cathedral was sitting in a hole. More stairs. Even having been rebuilt, it was beautiful. Not like the really big names of Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's, Winchester, etc., but still beautiful. And it was lovely to find the spot where I used to stand on the risers at the crossing right in front of the pulpit to sing those brilliant big choral pieces. All of the students at Trinity had to either be in ...

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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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