The Gallery Hotel
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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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... the next. The collection of crowns at the tower contains some that have been used by all royals, while others have been created for specific queen or kings. The most impressive display included crowns, orbs and specters organized in glass cases, with two moving walkways on each side to ensure that people don't cluster around the cases and everyone gets a chance to see the jewels. All the objects in the exhibit were adorned with diamond and other precious stones, ...
... now more English people might recognize his bravery and tenacity. Dinner was next where the taxi driver suggested “HIX” in the West End and to end a wonderful day, the oysters we had were delicious and I tried grouse….the feet were a bit off putting not to mention the “shot” that can be found in them, however it’s all an experience and it was quite tender and delicious. A very full ...
... 7th August Our day started early, 7am start to the Hammersmith Train Station taking us to Victoria Station. Departed at 9am on Evans & Evans coach to Warwick Castle which was spectacular, it's the oldest Medieval Castle in England, very well restored. We climbed up Guy's Tower which gave us wonderful views out over the country side. We then drove on to Stratford on Avon for a tour through William Shakespeare's birthplace which was certainly worth seeing. It's ...
... Long Room out to the middle. It would be even worse if they made a quick exit and had the long walk off the field and back through the Long Room again. However, protocol would probably suggest the members would be too polite to do that.
An interesting feature of this area is the positioning of the sight screens which are directly outside the windows. How do the members get to see when the screens are moved in front of them is the logical question to ask. ...
As I stepped down the steps down into the Churchill museum I hear the echo of my steps as I descended into the deepest of the earth. The first room I walk into is the War Cabinet room. I listen to the voice in the machine as it talks about the decisions made in this historic room and how it was thick with tobacco smoke. We continue down the hall ...