The Lord Milner

111 Ebury Street, London, England, SW1W 9QU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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The sun is out.

A travel blog entry by scotfordfamily


This entry may not be my finest work. I am still basking in the glow of Nick Kyrgios' awesome win over Rafa, I have a category 4 man-flu and a nasty eye infection making me look like some of the things in the London Dungeon today.
The last 3 days have seen the sun out lots and we've continued to knock off lots of touristy stuff which belies our normal aversion to such things, but we are loving it. We took in a roof top bus tour around central London taking ...

We made it to London!!!!

A travel blog entry by goz60


... back to grab some dinner and an early night. (Sunday) After a big sleep, it's out and about in the big city, we head to Covent garden, Drury Lane, Fleet Street, St Paul's which is just fabulous. Then we find the International headquarters of the Salvation Army but they were closed as it was Sunday, they were all at church. Then across the Millennium bridge to see the Globe theatre and we have a pub lunch at the Anchor Pub. Then off to ...

Easter Weekend in London

A travel blog entry by jess416


... a different part of the train station and didn't know where I was. I figured it wouldnt be to hard to find a bus (I knew which ones to take because Hayley told me the numbers) but that didn't work out to well so I went back into the train station and finally found a familiar area, asked a guy which one to take and was on my way to Marble Arch. I was told to get off at George Street which was very close to their flats but it looked unfamiliar to me. ...

The Final Two Days

A travel blog entry by monroefischer


... in the eighteenth century, but then China was a very closed society, so not a lot was known about their culture in the West. At the same time, in the huge banquet hall, the phoenixes in the four corners looked exceptionally perfectly Chinese.

As time was going by quickly, we had to forego listening to the narratives about much of the Pavilion, just walking through and being amazed at the over-decoration. Much of it was beautiful, but too busy in ...

The Ceremony of the Keys Tower of London

A travel blog entry by patrick26


... military escort of four armed Welsh guards, (apparently different regiments take turns in protecting the tower) they marched off to the outer gates at the Western entrance and proceeded to lock the outer and then the inner gates of the tower, we are now locked in the tower. The escort marched back up water lane to the archway were they picked up the Chief Yeoman Warder and as they approach an armed sentry raises his rifle and ...

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This hotel, located in the Westminster/Belgravia area of London, is near Big Bus Company, Jack the Ripper Walking Tour with Golden Tours, London Tourist Board, and Southwark.
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