London Visitors Hotel

Address: 42-44 Holland Road, London, England, W14 8BB, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Knightsbridge/Earl's Court/Kensington area of London, is near Leighton House Museum and Art Gallery, Linley Sambourne House, Kensington Roof Gardens, and Holland Park Opera.
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      Visiting Trafalgar Square

      A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Oct 17, 2014

      ... Located in the north-west of the square, this is a very unique and interesting place to visit for anyone with an interest in the arts.

      Statues and Fountains

      In addition to Nelson’s Column and the Fourth Plinth there are a number of other interesting fountains and statues which have been added into Trafalgar Square over time. The fountains operate on most days and are fascinating for children in ...

      50 pence for the bathroom, please.

      A travel blog entry by jessica.schiesl on Sep 21, 2014


      So I ended up taking a taxi from the airport to London
      Solutions; a nice little treat for myself since my dear Aunt Keb gave me some
      extra pounds before I left. A little grandpa looking English man picked me up
      and we were on our way. I love driving on the left side of the road. Do you
      think the British do it just to be different from the rest of the world or is
      there a logical reason that the rest of us are missing? There was a sign ...

      Last day in London

      A travel blog entry by giselapur on Jul 05, 2014

      18 photos

      ... than train-ing with bikes. I'm so happy with the bikes we hired. It probably would have been been cheaper to buy some second-hand bikes and then on-sell them. Still, we had no issues with these bikes, not even a flat tyre, and we only used the tool kit to help other people! Late this afternoon we wandered the South Bank, then joined the queue for the London Eye tickets, and then we joined the queue for the London Eye itself. We are getting pretty good at standing in line by ...

      Lunch and the King of Somewhere

      A travel blog entry by runewoodman on Jun 16, 2014

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      ... ten times as many dumplings for half the price - so it all evened out.

      But back at Harrods - it was fitting that we'd had such a regal lunch because not long after we'd finished eating we almost met the King of Somewhere.

      We were walking through men's wear when a large group of people approached us. Four security guards were in formation surrounding a happy and important lookng man - the ...

      Day 4 - Hampton Court, British Library, The Eye

      A travel blog entry by bksgetaways on May 17, 2014

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      ... and music written by Beethoven and Mozart. I think that the crown jewel of the collection has to be the Magna Carta. This was signed in 1215 and is basically what I think of as a constitution, limiting the powers of kings and queens. We rested here for a bit before our walk back to the hotel. On the way, we stopped for an outside dinner at Bella Italia at the Strand. We weren't that far from the hotel, so the short jaunt home was perfect. A stop at a ...