The Kensington Hotel
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... enchanting surrounding and friendly staff. The wide collection of cocktails and funky drinks is best suited for people who are looking forward to go out on a date or spend a nice evening with friends and colleagues.
The Mayfair Bar
This one is undoubtedly the trendiest in the list and you are definitely going to come across to some uberly delicious taste of wines which you cannot experience anywhere else in the city.
... obviously haha). When I kept walking down the street I saw the symbol of my bus and went inside this convenience store to ask where the bus was and get a map of the route. Another strange story I have about London, the guy at the store told me to learn English! Learn English!? I’m from America, we speak English there! If anything English was not the first language of the guy who worked at the store, so I ...
It was a great feat to get out of bed at 8am this morning and alas Nic did not make it. So at ten am we set off for the wonderful London Zoo. The tube and hour walk was bright and cheerful and we stopped for coffee which made everything better. There was a long line when we arrived but it moved at quick speed and the ticket seller let us through with our '2 for 1' train passes! We quickly joined other zoo goers to ...
... some more walking around. Of course Mario broke out in dance in one of the tourist shops - I was a tad embarrassed at first but then joined into the dance party for two. We also found our way to a hotel where our friend from France will be starting to work at the reception next week. Pablo even found a book called "Working and Living in London" and wrote a message in it to leave it for her at the reception.
The entire day was a lot of fun with a ton of laughs. It was great ...
... today...it's where one of our ancestors-John Scarborough-is buried..in the late 17th century I believe. I found his tombstone last trip here-but had genealogy records in hand to assist. I've nothing this time around! Finally, we will pack this afternoon as we prepare to checkout in am, catch the Eurostar to Paris and say good by to London. The convenience of this hotel is great..the Eurostar station is directly across the street, thank ...