130 Queen's Gate Apartments

130 Queen's Gate, London, England, SW7 5LE, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Brompton area of London, is near Natural History Museum, South Bank, Seven Dials, and Baden-Powell House.
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    Travel Blogs from London

    Kitties and tea

    A travel blog entry by gretalindberg on Aug 04, 2014

    9 photos

    Kitties!! Erika and I were able to snatch two tickets to Lady Dinah's Cat emporium! This cafe is new to London and has been booked out for months! It is a tea parlor that has a home for about 10 rescue cats. This place has become so famous! Even Katy Perry was denied entrance because she didn't have a reservation... so that means we are cooler than Katy Perry? I needed a large dose of cats and this helped a little :) We had great cake, tea, and kitty love, it was a successful day!


    A Weekend in London

    A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jun 15, 2014

    ... hostel until we could check in at 2pm. Thankfully, the hostel allowed us to check in early, and I was able to change my clothes. Amy was rushing me to make it to a walking-tour at 3:30 until we realized that she needed to change her clock. After a long travel all morning I just needed about 10 minutes to unwind and refresh. Because the London Pass seemed pretty pricey for two days, I thought the pay as you go Oyster card did sound like a better deal. I think we ended ...

    Week 15 was a whirlwind of emotion and fun.

    A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on May 22, 2014

    16 photos

    ... once before and had ridden the tube. We traced lines and followed colors and found Shepherd's Bush. First hurdle down, now how to get there. More line tracing and "Why?! Why, so confusing?". Tickets, the next thing to deal with. We had no clue what ticket we needed so we decided to played it safe and got a day ticket. We walked and walked deeper and deeper into the under ground. I have never seen escalators so steep before, holy moly. Got in the train and zipped up to Shephard's ...

    London Eye

    A travel blog entry by susansantiago on May 18, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... grocery store, checked our email at the open wifi standing outside the Crown and Sword Pub across from the hotel (wifi is extra here). Came back and enjoyed pasta, salad and smoked salmon. Pretty good fare for London prices. We walked 13 km today and checked a few things off the old bucket list. Watching Star Wars on TV. That was the first film my kids ever saw at a movie theatre. Andrew was 3, Angie 5. And so to bed. What will tomorrow ...

    London. A celebration of smiths!

    A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on Apr 24, 2014

    5 comments, 17 photos

    ... anyone seeing them would know that there would be no way they could stand against such symbols of strength. At the other end would be the incredibly ornate and delicate work of the crown jewels and the symbols of state such as the bejewelled and enamelled swords, orb, sceptres and plate. Then there were the seemingly endless metal railings around parks. Both functional and aesthetically pleasing, they must have taken years to complete. The gates to the parks ranged from ...