No. 13 Half Moon Street

13 Half Moon Street, London, England, W1Y 7RA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Mayfair area of London, is near Camden Market, Apsley House (The Wellington Museum), Curzon Soho, and Curzon Mayfair.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews No. 13 Half Moon Street London

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from London

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

    A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Sep 05, 2014

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    ... on. "I will return tomorrow" I cried as we disappeared down into the Underground to go and meet Josh. Through the maze of the underground network which is so impressive we found a place call Camden Town. An interesting place of London filled with new age people with piercings every where, multi coloured hair and what appeared to be more tattoo shops than restaurants. While waiting for Josh we watched the workings of a lock. And how the boats ...

    The last 3 wonderful months in Central America

    A travel blog entry by dieuwerandtom on Aug 04, 2014

    ... br> we got stuck in San Juan a week drinking too much.

    Ometepi - an
    Island in the middle of the massive lake Nicaragua with two huge
    volcanoes on it. Quad biking round the Island was great, getting to the
    Island in an overloaded ancient wooden boat, creaking with the load and
    water sloshing in wasn't so great.

    Granada - beautiful colonial
    Spanish city, day trip to an active volcano rim , Masaya, with smoke
    billowing out of it. ...

    Day 15, London

    A travel blog entry by aheatherly on Jul 13, 2014

    14 photos

    ... they were buried with everything they might need with them in the next life. The Greek sculptures were so beautifully done. The folds of the clothing, hair, and muscular detail was incredible. Their reliefs quite life-like and their temples were huge. The Museum gift shop was well worth braving the crowds. They have some lovely things, including Rosetta Stone and Ancient Egypt themed items - I'll happily show you my ...

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

    A travel blog entry by nayanjli on Jun 28, 2014

    38 photos

    ... the trip down Rio memory lane as we partied at the funky Rio Scenarium club. With a flight to catch the next day, we left at a reasonable hour and also squeezed in a tour of botanical gardens in Rio the following morning, which included an Orchidarium that Anj had really wanted to visit. We then got a lift from our Airbnb host to the airport to board our flight back home...sob sob.

    I've ...

    Reflections on London

    A travel blog entry by andyhersey on Jun 15, 2014

    ... 40£. The girls overwhelmingly voted for taking the bus over the underground on all of our trips. It's an expensive city. Food, trinkets, clothes and cosmetics are costly! There are no bargains..welcome to the big city! Nice to share the language and be able to communicate and understand what we were reading. Magge: "surprised at how dirty the streets and sidewalks were and the number of homeless people." Kristyn: "the people were so nice. The city was a very cool place to visit ...