Rex Hotel

Address: 49 Shepherds Bush Road, London, England, W6 7LU, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Hammersmith area of London, is near BBC Television Centre, Olympia Exhibition Hall, Chiswick House, and POSK.
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      A Worth Visit In Lifetime

      A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Dec 23, 2014

      ... powered shuttle. It provides ferry rides among the north and south banks of the pond. The Lake is also the place of the Peter Pan Cup, instated by J. M. Barrie, held yearly on Christmas dawn.



      Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain: A commemorative plaque to Diana, Princess of Wales, which takes the shape of a big oval stone fountain, the monument was planned to indicate Diana's liberated spirit and her adore of kids. Queen ...

      GOSH!

      A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Dec 21, 2014

      1 comment

      ... and he was in a wheelchair.  Yet he gave me a bigger more genuine smile that I think I gave him. Which makes me feel so guilty! He was so happy to just be alive.  And that is the thing about these kids...the are so happy. They laugh at everything.  The know the value of life. So my present to my sister was a donation to help them do fun activities.  But I think my sister, indirectly, gave me the best gift of all... I will never forget today.  Lisa ...

      Trouble in the burrow

      A travel blog entry by victor.duval on Sep 22, 2014

      ... and games in the amusement rooms on the pier. It was late in the Afternoon by now and we only had time to swing past the Pavillion, which has an interesting genesis that goes back to the prince regent who had some exotic and extravagant tastes in architecture and decor. The outside of the pavilion is Indian while the interior is in colourful Chinese reds and yellows.

      our evening ended with a beautifully done lasagne that Julie cooked, the first real meal in a week so far.
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      Camden Fringe Festival: The Perceptionists

      A travel blog entry by unfitunfettered on Jul 28, 2014

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      A couple of days ago, I discovered fringe theatre here in London. We have something like this in Houston: a smattering of small, independent theatres that are avant-garde and definitely worth the often low, low ticket price. Sometimes, these productions are better than anything mainstream. They take risks, and you leave feeling like you were immersed in another world, a world that ...

      London

      A travel blog entry by thoseguys on Jun 05, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... interesting experience during our walk was our first go at a pay bathroom. It cost 50 pence (about 75 cents) to use, amazing considering its lack of upkeep! The day wore us out and after riding the Metro back to our neighborhood we were ready to eat. We found a pub called The Castle, which represented Fuller's brewery, and I had my final serving of fish and chips, while John had traditional bangers and mash. The night's entertainment was a ...