Address: 11/12 Chesham Place, London, England, SW1X 8HN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Westminster/Belgravia area of London, is near Les Senteurs, Italian Cultural Institute, Antiquarius Antiques Centre, and Christian Dior.
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Paris to Leigh Delamere

A travel blog entry by haydo on Jun 03, 2015

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... into either of those categories. Our train took off right on time (11.10) and passed initially through industrial areas of Paris then farming areas of France. The tunnel is relatively quick and you turn back your watches 1 hour on the way. The train is very long and travels very quickly. We purchased lunch on the way and arrived at Saint Pancras Station at 12.30 pm. It was a pleasant trip. Plenty of leg room, smooth, comfortable and I think it only cost ...

So close but yet still so far

A travel blog entry by macfarlanei on Mar 10, 2015

I write this from the sanctuary of the John Lewis restaurant in Oxford street, twenty minutes after leaving the Visa Office ... I'm drowning my sorrows in a very English cup of tea and a scone. The visa didn't go well. Everybody was courteous and professional but I visited the office for a visa stamp in my passport - I left the office with no visa and now they have my passport.
It is a rare occurrence but occasionally ...

Harrods and night shots

A travel blog entry by davestone66 on Dec 23, 2014

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... decorations in the various malls. Heading down toward Bond street we walk through lightly falling snow but soon realise its manufactured by a machine on top of one of the buildings. Close but not the real thing.

We meet with Nicole mid afternoon as she has just finished work and is now on holidays with us. We take what she classes as the "Poor Man's Bus Tour" boarding the Number 11 double decker bus to circle through the ...

Trains, Planes and Automobiles

A travel blog entry by stedders on Oct 24, 2014

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... missing and undoubtedly the original – see photo.  “Ah yes I see that,” said I. And then, drum roll please, the Jet One Rover. Only the British could design such a preposterous thing. The world’s first jet propelled car. I was mildly interested when Greg explained the second windscreen, behind the passengers, was to stop superheated air from the turbine burning the passenger’s hair when the car was travelling at low speed. We looked up and saw ...

London Arrival

A travel blog entry by lizontheloose on Oct 03, 2014

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... However, in true Parisian fashion, I took my time, meandered my way to the station, and ended up missing my train when I tried to check-in at 09:05 only to be told that check-in had closed. I'd forgotten that there would be a whole customs **** about to deal with. Oh well - next train was at 10:13, they gave me another ticket, and I ended up having nearly a whole cabin to myself. I love trains, but at this point, I really don't think we were meant to be together. On arrival at ...