No 5 Cavendish Square

Address: 5 Cavendish Square, London, England, W1G 0PG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Mayfair/Soho/West End area of London, is near Oxford Street, Selfridges Tobacco Department, Debenhams, and Next.
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Travel Blogs from London

We made it.... The good, the bad and the ugly

A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Sep 05, 2014

7 photos

... and headed in the right direction. Further on we came around a corner and it was stop the bus we are getting off here. Westminster Chapel and Big Ben were laid out before us. We were here, this was London. So we joined the throngs of humanity in the streets and I am proud to say I became a tourist. Taking photos of everything that looked Londonish. We had made it and I wasn't going to miss any photo opportunity. Time disappeared and we needed ...

The last 3 wonderful months in Central America

A travel blog entry by dieuwerandtom on Aug 04, 2014

... face.

NICARAGUA

After
a long journey through Costa Rica with a stop overnight in San Jose, we
ended up in very friendly Nicaragua. The main highlights were:

San
Juan del Sur - bit of a party town and enjoyed a (in)famous pool crawl
called Sunday Funday. All day drinking starting at 10am, 400 backpackers
and lots of water. What could possibly go wrong? Cracking day and we
met loads of cool people including most of our boat crew ...

Day 15, London

A travel blog entry by aheatherly on Jul 13, 2014

14 photos

... Greek, and demotic script (a form of Egyptian writing). It is a decree made by Ptolemy V in the three languages and it enabled us to decipher hieroglyphics. The mummies and their mummy burial cases are very cool. It is hard to take in how old they actually are, between 5000 and 2000 years old and still around. The mummies were typically important people, mostly high priests and royalty. Their cases are richly ...

Written under duress... (Day 122-132)

A travel blog entry by nayanjli on Jun 28, 2014

38 photos

... The place has a special atmosphere and comes with so much history. We partied that night with Vinal and the other guys from London back at the Wednesday all-you-can-drink Latin Party we had gone to 4 months earlier..everything was coming full circle. With a 7am finish, we caught a cab home and spent the next day recovering on Copacabana beach...I'm gonna miss this lifestyle...


Our final day saw ...

Reflections on London

A travel blog entry by andyhersey on Jun 15, 2014

... workers were on strike. City buses are the way to go. Big red double deckers that many of the commercial tour companies copy. We literally traveled to every part of central London (and from Heathrow to London when we arrived)...on an Oyster card I bought for 10£. Buses run every 5-10min and when you sit on the top deck you have a unique view of London as you wind through the neighborhoods. You can ride either the bus or the tube all day and you'll never be charged more ...