The Royal Cambridge Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews The Royal Cambridge Hotel London
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Well, today we kicked off our London visit with a big day straight up. Poor Kevin, Simone and Jacinta do not know what we have in store for them over the next few days, however, they can rest assured knowing they will be kept very busy! Our first stop in this wonderful city was Trafalgar Square where we enjoyed the relative peace and quiet before the large crowds of tourists arrived in full force. The kids even managed to climb upon one ...
... was a masterpiece. 245 photos later, a broom ride on film and wand in hand we left. Talk about over stimulation. On way home from being dropped at MA (Marble Arch to some!) I walked into a chinese remedy shop. Best massage ever. Needed that. He told me that he enjoyed massaging me, as I was a challenge. He massaged hard and did it properly. I didn't make a sound. He said I am very strong. His name is Ken, in Edgeware rd. Fell face first into bed at 8.00pm. ...
... in London, you need to catch the metro at the Airport and head straight towards Paddington as the hotels in the area are cheap and provide excellent service and accommodation at affordable tariff.
An incredible adventure in London
From the moment I landed in London, I was glad that we had the common sense to make the majority of our travel arrangements beforehand. It was a normal rainy day, and having a private ...
... other cities in the world (other than perhaps New York) that would have this effect.
We walked home and quickly got ready to go to the theatre district to see Matilda the musical. The crowds at our local underground station (Oxford Circus) were crazy and we began to panic we would be late as we still had to swap a lines to get to Coventry Gardens. Once we arrived at our station we discovered the escalators were out of order requiring us ...
... by the afternoon (I was sadly mistaken!). Once I got to the bridge, I ended up getting there before the experience was open to the public, so I was able to take some video and pictures of the view from the lower level of the bridge. When the finally opened, I got right in (London Pass was the best investment ever!). The inside of the bridge was just as amazing as the outside. After a silly interactive video of the two architects that built the bridge and ...