Alexander Fleming Hall

Address: 3 Hoxton Market, Pitfield Street, London, England, N1 6HG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Hoxton area of London, is near White Cube, Kensington Square, Lux Centre, and T.S. Eliot Home.
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Travel Blogs from London

A day at the ancient city of Bath and Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by eanselm on Jul 11, 2015

14 photos

... like a cow path but was actually a 2 lane road. We were treated with views of some charming country homes. We passed Windsor Castle which we learned is called a faux castle because it was never built for defense We stopped in a very old picturesque town where a number of movies were shot including parts of Harry Potter, Pride and Prejudice and scenes from some Steven Spielberg movies. There is a cute B&B in the town which looks like a terrific place to stay. Our first major ...

London - Day 2

A travel blog entry by srobbins09 on Jun 09, 2015

2 comments, 82 photos

... breakfast tomorrow. I went a little out of my comfort zone and got the fish and chips. We later explored a bit and traveled over to see the London Bridge. That was a really cool looking bridge and that whole part of the city was super nice and more modern looking. We traveled back to the hotel, but stopped to take another look at Big Ben and the London Eye since it was now night time and they looked really cool and ...

From the cemetery to the pantomime...

A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Dec 29, 2014

... home to Australia after WWI, and a lot of very interesting general graves of everyday people who died hundreds of years ago. Walking to the cemetery we saw a large pond with the top still frozen over, and ducks ice skating on top instead of swimming! Their big feet meant they did a lot better than the seagulls and pigeons also having a go. Being such a clear day I also came to notice how many planes are in the sky over London at any given time, with ...

The Final Entry - London, Statistics and Thanks!

A travel blog entry by pseudonym on Oct 28, 2014

7 comments, 17 photos

... know? Turns out that Monday was the most gorgeous day weatherise and every other 'wise'. Buying an all day, all train/bus ticket for a total of AUD 50 (approx.) we started off by visiting Eltham Palace in of all places, Eltham. Funny that. The Palace is really an art deco mansion tacked onto the remains of a medieval palace. All that remained of the medieval palace was the Great Hall (and it's a whopper). Anyway, it was leased by Simon Courtauld and his ...

Day 14 & 15 - London (Friends and Food)

A travel blog entry by vaidehi on Oct 09, 2014

38 photos

... I was and the line got disconnected. And I did not have additional coins to even make another call and my phone was dead :-( sad state.

Then I walked and walked and it was soooooo cold.....and finally I find my dear friend actually standing at her street end waiting for me at 4am. That really touched me. Just the same caring person I have always known her to be. Once home, I just crashed as I had a long day day the next morning.

To be ...