London Outpost of Bovey Castle

Address: 69 Cadogan Gardens, London, England, SW3 2RB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Chelsea area of London, is near Saatchi Gallery, Royal Court Theatre, BlissLondon, and General Trading Co..
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Arrived in the U.K

A travel blog entry by goldfamily on Jun 26, 2015

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Had a easy flight over and girls were super excited to meet Tracy at the airport. We arrived just in time for mid afternoon tea and could not wait for baby Eva to wake up from her nap so we could get a cuddle. We were so lucky to have the most amazing weather on the cards for the rest of our stay. Oh how I love those long UK balmy evenings, where the sun only sets at 10 O´Clock. ...

Less Than 24 hours in England

A travel blog entry by kavking1 on May 03, 2015

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... photos, eating (I am sooooo over eating). Great evening, and like so many things on this holiday, the pleasure of the event exceeded the expectations. Wonderful. And so to our little airless room at Travelodge. It's cheap, small, clean and functional. We've tried to work out timing for tomorrow's taxi from here in Balham, to UPS in Croydon to collect Mark's replacement credit card, then to Gatwick to fly to ...

A Guide to Parking in Bayswater

A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Mar 25, 2015

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... hiring a car for your holiday, you may find that your hotel does not provide its own parking. Never fear: there are several convenient car parks dotted around the area. Q-Park Queensway is located opposite Queensway underground station with easy access to Whiteleys shopping centre, Notting Hill and the beauty and peace of Kensington Gardens. It’s open 24 hours a day and charges very reasonable rates, from ...

Hampstead Heath and Camden Town

A travel blog entry by cathandcherie on Dec 07, 2014

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... the lengthiest possible route when trying to get back to Hampstead (damn you, Lonely Planet map!) before stumbling onto the ever-faithful 24 bus to return for lunch. After battling the crowds we selected Vietnamese prawn stir-fry and some classic English fish and chips. We browsed the stalls of hand-made jewellery, bags, clothes and ornaments before wading through the masses to a bus stop. Driving back through the city on Saturday compared to during the week was astonishing, the ...

Trouble in the burrow

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

... sure of what went where and we suggested to him that if he so passionate about separation In this way he might want to consider labelling to make things clear. Pretentious because he believed his apartment was 5 star accommodation but in reality it was a very ordinary almost basement London suburban semi that was in need of some maintenance in bathroom water sealing, an extractor fan in the bathroom that struggled to extract anything, doors that creaked and failed to close properly ...