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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When your dreams are coming true...

A travel blog entry by saxana on Nov 26, 2014

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... He came out... after two hours I think? We even managed to get some food so the waiting wasn't too bad.
It was all kinda quick but he still took time to listen to everything people had to say. I gave him my letter- still can't believe it. And asked for his autograph+ a small drawing which I wanna get tattooed. Also a high five. He was so quiet and shy but so nice.

Guess I can cross off one of my dreams :

221B Baker Street, Sherlock Homles

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Aug 31, 2014

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I realised today how close my stop is to Baker Street. I go Baker Street, St. John's wood (Lord's cricket ground), Swiss cottage, finchley road, west hampstead, Kilburn.

Lessons Learned & Memories Earned

A travel blog entry by jetlag_andkhaos on Aug 31, 2014

Well its safe to say that although I find London amazing and everything I wanted it to be... I was still taken by surprise by a few things.

Just a little of what ive learnt these past two days:
- london traffic is pure chaos, and if you see a gap, go!! (witnessed two crashes in two days, not ideal!)
- london traffic lights turn orange before they go green.
- its socially acceptable ...

Day 6 London

A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Jul 23, 2014

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... Kate's room entry slide card, when I left them at breakfast. I went back to their room first with it, and then to the restaurant, and then back to their room where i was fortunate to catch up with them on their floor after they had been chasing me around. Then when i gave the slide card to John I gave him my card. Quite funny really, but not at the time.

Anyway, away we went and got onto the Underground which I thought was great. The day ticket cost ...

The Outward Journey

A travel blog entry by roddywyllie on Jul 05, 2014

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Left Edinburgh at 7.05am and landed at Heathrow on time at 8.25am. The realisation hit at about 9.30am that it would be a further 12-13 hours before we would be at our hotel in The Windy City. I love my holidays but hate the travel. You might then ask why we have chose to spend the next three weeks driving through the US heartland? All will become ...