130 Queen's Gate Apartments
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Adjoining Rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... mainly to commute to the many sites. The traveler's Oyster card cost a £5 maximum daily for zones 1 and 2; most of the sites are within the zones. When you travel to the outskirts such as going to Watford Junction, we put in £6 additional for the journey (return). The Harry Porter Studio Tour at Watford was one of the highlights of my visit as you begin to understand the complexities of the film making of the series. The props, ...
... fish tank. From here we headed back towards the hotel past some great buildings and lovely streets. We walked down Queensway which had an array of eating places from a wide range of places. Jenny made a purchase at one of the shops which is going to provide a lot of entertainment for us - a selfie stick! We returned to the hotel for an early night. Well, as early as you can when it doesn't get dark until after 10 ...
... opened backwards and from the front) by sticking his arm out of the driver’s window without having to get out of the cab. I really enjoyed checking out all of the expensive cars that appeared in the driveway.
Ok, enough about the Savoy. We didn’t have much time here in London, so I needed to get started on my list. Mum’s friend Bevan arrived at The Savoy with his wife Dana and their three children Joshua, Aaron and ...
... for supplying toys to the playroom of the Queen herself and other little members of the Royal Family.
•The Disney Store: It has its location on Oxford Street and is considered to be the largest toy store in Europe. The front lass store is comprised of a Princess Castle which has an animated clock tinker bell is said to fly across the walls of the store and Mickey Mouse along with Donald Duck sentries guard the shop offering an ...
... door so that the fire couldn't reach this room. It is a magnificent room and still used for its original purpose of welcoming ambassador's and for receptions. Placed around the room are 8 bean bags. The idea is that you lie in the bean bag and look at the 9 Ruben paintings on the ceiling. These paintings represent the reign of James I and the wisdom of wise government. Two paintings face visitors when they walk in ...