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TravelPod Member ReviewsOpulence Hotel London
We mentioned that we are traveling on our honeymoon and they upgraded us to a suite. The desk clerk carried our luggage up the stairs into the Buckingham Suite. The room is a charming mix of tapestries, quaint wall art, a marble floored seating area and fireplace (albeit not a working one) complete with flatscreen TV and in-room wifi (for purchase). The room is a little chilly, but otherwise very comfortable, clean and well located away from the city hustle and bustle but close to the tube and many cute restaurants, pubs and cafes.
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... I decided to start my trip there. Day 1: IAD-LHR I have never had the chance to fly Virgin Atlantic – mainly because they are not star alliance members and those who know me know that I am a milage *****. Today I finally got to try them out because I booked my flight to Singapore with Singapore Airlines and they use Virgin Atlantic from Dulles Airport. I decided to spend more money ...
... which is located very strategically, along with providing best services and facilities. Because of its location, the hotel becomes suitable for both the leisure as well as business travelers.
While you are residing in this hotel, you would be on a walkable distance from known and very famous places such as Oxford Street to be obvious, Kensington Gardens and Piccadilly Circus. Other famous places that you would like ...
Today we visited the Queen's weekend home in Berkshire: Windsor Castle. An impressive structure. The original castle was built in the 11th century after the Norman invasion. It is the longest-occupied castle in Europe, and there are more than 500 people who live and work in the castle.
It was a bit of a rocky start due to some "maintenance issues" with one of the tube lines that meant we had to take a ...
... over London Bridge and the beautiful Tower Bridge and around the Tower of London where I want to go tomorrow. We passed the Monument marking the place where the Great Fire of London started and over the Thames on the Southwark Bridge where we could see Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Crossing the Thames again by the Blackfriar’s bridge we drove along the Victoria Embankment, crossing the river again at the Westminister bridge and seeing the iconic ...
... somethings with a map. And a vague idea of which tube line they need to be on.
First thing, always look up where you need to be BEFORE you lose signal underground. Unless of course you fancy walking back to the surface to be jostled by the milling crowd. Choice is yours!
Anyway, we somehow made it unscathed and without the need for therapy to our first destination, the BBC Broadcasting tour. My partner kindly paid for an exploration of the heart ...