Mercure London Bloomsbury

Address: 130 - 134 Southampton Row, London, England, WC1B 5AF, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Bloomsbury area of London, is near Russell Square, All Star Lanes, Barbican Gallery, and Tavistock Square.
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    These Boots Were Made For Walking

    A travel blog entry by theriggs on May 20, 2015

    ... for the best part of half an hour before finally giving up and deciding to walk to Buckingham Palace on our own. We got there far to early for the changing of the guard, and as by now the weather had deteriorated significantly we decided to keep moving and walk up to Trafalgar Square, grabbing some morning tea at our new favourite eatery Pret a Mange on the way. By the time we had done the Trafalgar Square precinct we ...

    How to travel from Heathrow Airport to London

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Mar 11, 2015

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    ... you need to travel a distance of 20 miles to enter into the core of the city.

    The time taken to travel from the airport to the city centre mainly depends upon the mode of transportation you choose to take. London is extremely popular for its extensively used transport network. The modes of transport network you choose to travel by from the airport to the Central London area will actually determine how much time it will ...

    Old Stones

    A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Oct 27, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... the rich stonework, stained glass windows and interior woodwork I left with a pleasant feeling of peace and calm. It was all very imposing and awe-inspiring.

    I had to make my way back to the bus before it left without me. I made it with a few minutes to spare. We then stated our hour and a half drive to Stonehenge.

    We arrived at the visitors centre and had to take a minibus to the stones themselves. For the past 4 years the stone ...

    London, BABY!

    A travel blog entry by gthznathan on Oct 19, 2014

    485 photos

    ... the date on the ticket was for tomorrow. We looked at ours and so it was! We booked online and got the days mixed up! Whoops, well we were on now. It started spitting again, but we could still see most of London. Views of St. Paul's Cathedral, Buckingham Palace (and its very empty forecourt compared to yesterday. Later we realised that this was because the police had blocked it off for security measures as HM would be leaving the Palace today.), Big Ben and ...

    The "Grammar of English Behavior"

    A travel blog entry by morghan.dever on Aug 14, 2014

    1 comment

    ... Pardonia" is even what some refer to as the lower-middle class suburbs in England. It is more proper to say "sorry?" or "what?". In America it is the opposite which is hard to adapt to when coming to England. If you are upper class then you would be heard saying "What" or "Wha", leaving out the "t" at the end. I just as well as saying toilets, which is unacceptable, have been saying pardon, mistakingly thinking I was being polite. Thankfully I have yet to receive ...