The Oxford Hotel

Address: 13-14 Craven Terrace, London, England, W2 3QD, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Lancaster Gate area of London, is near Columbia Road Flower Market, Serpentine Gallery, Hyde Park Stables, and Leisurebox.
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        • Continental Breakfast
         

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        Getting around London - you name it we did it!

        A travel blog entry by debz2653 on Oct 16, 2014

        1 comment, 18 photos

        ... t wear a helmet (they were offered), I was wishing I had one by the time we were in peak hour traffic!

        We did a combination of back roads, main roads, bikeways, parks, footpaths, wrong way up streets and over Tower Bridge in peak hour. It was over 3.5 hours of pure fun - riding, walking, talking, listening, looking, photographing. It also included a pit stop in an old riverside pub, which had a noose hanging outside, for a welcome beer, cider, gin and ...

        "How many fond fools serve mad jealousy!"

        A travel blog entry by hailesr on Aug 27, 2014

        4 photos

        ... course the Meridian line. At 1 o'clock each day a red ball which sits on a spire, rises slowly and then drops back down. This was used by the ship's captains who knew that it was the time to set sail. The basis of the saying 'to be on the ball.' Halley's tomb is at the Observatory - of course the man who discovered Halley's Comet. The Maritime Museum was well worth a ...

        Shame!

        A travel blog entry by susan.carrick on Jul 07, 2014

        1 comment, 8 photos

        ... has led to the site being returned to a more pastoral state with no roads and car parks, and visitors able to circle the site from about 100m away. While this sounds annoying, especially in the wake of an historical experience of walking among the stones, its actually rather reverential this way. The audio is nuanced and engrossing, and the entire experience lasts about 60minutes. It threatened rain the whole time. We were there in ...