The Mandeville Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Mandeville Hotel London
Quirky old building with a modern and contemporary makeover
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... it was a bright, sunny day which is very unusual for London. Hopefully, a good omen. Our plane is a 757 which is configured with seats four across and rows accommodating the seventy eight passengers plus NG staff; obviously, there is plenty of room. There is a console between each two seats that provides charging ports for iPads and (Linda's) cellphone. NG is trying a new system that incorporates an on-board wi-fi system; the ...
... such terrible fans as Fulham, they didn't cheer until their team was winning while an amazing crowd from Reading was crazy, loud, and screaming the whole game. The seats were great as was the game itself! I'm starting to really like football ...
I checked out the hotel after having the included buffet breakfast. The hotel stored my bags while I headed out to have one last look at London. I had found that the Old Spitalsfield Markets were within walking distance from the hotel, so I set off to explore. I found a lovely stall selling Italian pork rolls that were very yummy, so that was lunch. I returned to the hotel at around 3:00 and rang the ...
... It was a ****** weather day today, non stop drizzle all day so the changing of the guards at Windsor was a little disappointing. They didn't have their pretty red jackets on, just their grey coats. I always imagined Windsor to be out in the country high on a hill but not so, it's in a village and the castle is quite integrated into it or maybe it's vica versa and once again it's very commercialized as are all tourist attractions.
London part 2 nearly started with a lot less luggage than before (which wouldn't have been a bad thing) after the doors shut with half of our stuff still on the platform in Glasgow. We managed to lug it on to the train somehow and once again annoyed most of our friends in the carriage over 4 and a half hours back to Euston. Once more we managed to somehow stuff 5 suitcases, 4 people, a couple of scooters and some other random stuff into a London cab ...