Marriott London Park Lane
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarriott London Park Lane
This hotel was recently renovated from top to bottom with upgrades through out the hotel. The staff is very attentive to your wants and desires, and work hard to keeps the hotel spotless from top to bottom. You can see a great deal of attention being paid to a variety of details through out the hotel from the door staff at the entrance to the food service in the Executive Lounge. It has an excellent location near the Marble Arch which is a great jumping off spot to outstanding shopping along Oxford Street in the upscale Mayfair Area. There are plenty of restaurants a few blocks away from the hotel on James Street, and if you need to conduct business at the American Embassy, it is only about 5 blocks away from this hotel. You can't go too wrong with a stay here.
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... riding their bikes and scooters, and climbing trees. There’s nothing organized about it -- they're just running around having a good time.
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Today we used the second day of our River pass to gp down to Grenwich to see the Cutty Sark. The Cutty Sark is a very famous tea clipper that holds the record for the trip from us to London 70 days, so the fastest sailing ship of her day. They have done some major restoration work after a fir in 2006 and lifted her three metres into the air. The cafe sits below the copper plated hulll so gives you a ...
... Next the White Tower which houses an amazing collection of armour and arms. Fascinating to see King Henry VIII's full suits of armour getting bigger and bigger as he got fatter! And the armour of little Edward, Henry's son the boy king - how cute is that!
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Today is our last day in London and on this trip. It was one heck of an experience that I will never forget. Dublin was so incredible. Some great experiences. Besides our hotel, London was amazing. One of the most beautiful places I will ever go. Today we hoped back on the tube and went to the Tower of London, did the tour cruise, saw Queen Victoria's castle and a few parks. The cruise was ...
... official who took the piece of paper given to me by the machine, and said "welcome home.... You can go home now". "But what about my customs declaration?", I said in amazement. "This is not necessary for you. Welcome home !" WOW O WOW! This is cool. I took the train the baggage claim, my luggage was just arriving, loaded it into another cart, and was on my way home within 15 minutes. Bless the Buckners for taking such good care of Gustav while was gone, L ...