Nutfield Priory Hotel and Spa

Address: Nutfield, London, England, RH1 4EL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Bensham Manor area of London, is near Knightsbridge, St. James's Palace, Sloane Square, and Whitehall Palace.
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History of tea in Great Britain

A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Nov 15, 2014

... AD, tea had become China’s number one drink, and by the eighth century AD the Chinese were trade-off tea. Tea firstly grasped Europe in the late sixteenth century, but the subtle leaves often suffered during the long sea journeys from China to the island. Profit-conscious tea creators were forced to adopt more classy methods of production, packing and conveyance. Until this point in its past all tea was green; the normal colouring within the ...

Harry Potter and the London Eye

A travel blog entry by lahra on Sep 24, 2014

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... Eye. We both bought a dress at Desigual, and a pair of shoes for Alex from Monsoon - silver ones with a small heel.

A quick change into warmer clothes and then a dash across to Southbank where the Englanders were waiting.

We boarded the Eye at sunset - standing in a glass pod that held about 28 people. We couldn't have asked for a more magical time of day. London slowly lit up as the light faded, and by the time we reached ...


A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Sep 15, 2014

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Monday was lost in transit. We arose early to finish packing in time for Matteo & Caterina to pick us up at 6:30am. The drive to Malpensa airport in Milan took about 2 hours thanks to peak hour traffic. Our flight was delayed so we ended up with a 3 hour wait before leaving. The flight was just less than 2 hours, but took us to Luton airport which is quite a way out of London. On arrival we jumped on a shuttle bus ...

Countdown on for our departure from London...

A travel blog entry by goz60 on Jul 01, 2014

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... our tour. Next stop is the Prince Albert Memorial and The Royal Albert Hall. The huge memorial is built as a tribute to the memory of Prince Albert the Prince Consort, Queen Victoria's husband. Queen Victoria reportedly never recovered from Albert's death and this memorial is a completely over the top tribute to Albert. Prior to his death Prince Albert had set out to design and build a Large Concert Hall in London, this was on the back of the success he had ...

Day 5 (London)

A travel blog entry by marcohj on May 14, 2014

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... minutes there. After that we had a nice walk to harrods and I sat aroud while Nim looked at clothes which was fine because I was in so much pain. After that we got a tube to high st Kensington in search of a pub, but no luck. Right now we're sitting in a pub in notting hill gate (about ten minutes from home) where we hope to get drunk as we haven't achieved that yet. I want to Skype you when you wake up tomorrow pls Love ...