Pickwick Hall

7, Bedford Place, London, England, WC1B 5JE, United Kingdom | Hotel
Prices starting from $11.00
 

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London Sightseeing and the Tower of London

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie

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... a bit unexpected to find a GIANT blue rooster in the middle of Trafalgar Square. It sits on the fourth plinth, which since 1999 has been home to different artworks for 18 months at a time (it's meant to be very symbolic of France, part of the 'playfulness of the sculpture' considering what the square represents).

From Trafalgar Square the bus drives down the Strand to Fleet Street, which used to be home to Britain's newspapers. At the ...

The boy's first pantomime - Peter Pan!

A travel blog entry by davidcarder

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... it because THE FONZ played Captain Hook-BOO!!!.(I didn't know who the Fonz was)
It was GREAT that we could call out and sing songs (What Shall We Do With The Drunken Sailor). We all thought it was MAGNIFICENT!!!!

By Will Carder.
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Sightseeing

A travel blog entry by uk2013

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... where NO photos were to be taken ...hehe!! We saw some men we thought were bodyguards but they were personal drivers, so we stopped and asked them who lived along the street, mainly different Embassy's ,eg Norwegian , Russian , and only the rich... A minimum price of £50 million !! We then rode back to Royal Albert Hall, no time for a tour but took some photos. Continued on our bikes and realised there were people everywhere ...

Londinium - Pompeii of the North

A travel blog entry by londoncalling93

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... studies on Y linked genetics from this era show that the Anglo Saxon men were more successful in marrying and having families. It is not known exactly why this may have been. The Anglo Saxons were very successful farmers and may have left the lowlands of northern Germany due to global warming and flooding of their farms. Perhaps origianlly hired as mercenaries, they settled England and ...

London Day Three

A travel blog entry by cervasquez

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... and the streets were empty, no cars and no people. The building that stood out to me was the 30 Street Mary Axe. There was a lot of modern buildings and out of all of them I thought that the 30 street Mary Axe building was well thought out and not as overwhelming as the ...

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This hotel, located in the Mayfair/Soho/West End area of London, is near British Museum, All Star Lanes, Bloomsbury Square, and Tavistock Square.
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