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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Gallery Hotel London
Decor and food delicious. Very clean and good service. Near to supermarkets and tube station and Victoria and Albert Museum. Very convenient.
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... to see him. He admitted that he was not very good at school but somehow he became a great man leading his country through the war. He also loved to paint and he wasn't too bad at it. The War Rooms made me fell very lucky that I did not have to live through something like that.
We then jumped back on the Tube and headed for the Tower of London. There were so many people out and about and the lines for the London Eye were miles long. We were lucky that we didn't have to ...