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, Old Kensington, and T.S. Eliot Home.
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This is an absolute must!!!

A travel blog entry by sueknox on Sep 10, 2015

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... for all, not just the ordinary folks. It warns the upper class and leaders that if they apply a double standard to themselves and others, they'll come a cropper!!

After the play, we wandered back along the Thames with Wayne sharing the history of the area as we went - it's great to have a historian for company!!

You've got to do it - it's truly a great experience!!

Old memories & a tough day....

A travel blog entry by annieallison on Sep 02, 2015

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... David set off to take the car back to the airport branch.

Fortunately a bus stopped right at the hotel so he was back in no time. We relaxed for the afternoon and with pretty much nothing around the hotel we made the most of dinner in. We shared some salmon and had a dessert each....was surprisingly good.

We returned to our room to find we had missed a call a few hours prior from David's ...

Day 14 of the Great British Adventure

A travel blog entry by robinlapham on Aug 07, 2015

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... had such a wonderful time and really enjoyed all of the people in our travel group. We will miss being with them. Our two guides, Mark and Jamie were awesome and taught us so much about British history. We did take off to the London Eye and rode it later in the evening on the advice of our tour guides. It really was a clear night and the pictures we took will never do it justice. Seeing Big Ben all lit up at night from the air, reminded me of the Peter Pan ride at ...

I left my heart in San Francisco (or maybe TOKYO)

A travel blog entry by joshandlauren on Jul 10, 2015

... independence day. We got an included hotel buffet, where we ate stupid amounts of food. Exploring Vegas is hazardously hot, but they do have a good bus service.  In terms of gambling we only lost $400 which wasn't bad... (only joking mum&dad). After an ordeal getting some food we headed to get a limo ride. Which had lots of Free bubbly :). Our 4th of July club was much nicer. Up in the sky line of Vegas. Though again not cheap. ...

London. Day Three

A travel blog entry by jowinfield on Jun 10, 2015

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... other records of the time. First theatre burned down when cannon sound effect was fired which ignited the thatch. Second Globe was destroyed by the Puritans and was never rebuilt until 1970s. A new theatre has been built alongside which is not exposed to the outdoors. Really enjoyed the commentary from our guide. He was brilliant. Said he didn't act but the pieces he quoted were great. After tour over we grabbed a coffee and a biscuit from the ...