St. Margarets Hotel

26 Bedford Place, London, England, WC1B 5JL, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located in the Mayfair/Soho/West End area of London, is near British Museum, All Star Lanes, Bloomsbury Square, and Tavistock Square.
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A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Jun 21, 2014

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... so set off up the Thames on our bikes. The track was great. It went down loads of green cycle paths and small residential streets with fancy houses. We lost the path at one point but ended up cycling down a really nice deserted path through some trees and a creek and eventually joined back up after scaring the bejeezus out of a dog that refused to walk past our bikes.

Riding through the gates of Richmond Park is pretty cool - the whole thing is a giant green ...


A travel blog entry by paigeazmt on May 30, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... the society apparently- so they must have felt he was important enough to raise money for a portrait, which is pretty cool. He was such a big deal, he published around 70 papers in his lifetime! The most exciting thing I saw was a letter from Darwin to Busk. It was crazy to hold a Darwin letter, especially one ...

"Kids! Big Ben! Parliament!"

A travel blog entry by nicknallygio on Apr 22, 2014

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... and new is quite literally bridged by the numerous crossings over the Thames River including the extremely underwhelming London Bridge which directs traffic from the abstractly egg-shaped city hall to Europe's second largest dome atop the magnificent St. Paul's Cathedral. For those of you who have never seen London Bridge, it is honestly the most aesthetically unappealing bridge in London. Supposedly, it was once quite a sight as it was lined with vendors ...

The Tower

A travel blog entry by teambargey on Mar 31, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... along Mint Street (with interesting mention of Jewish involvement in minting and then into broader matters of finance, treasury, banking, etc).

Heading home was then hoped to be via the western loop of the Bus tour we hadn't completed yet (through Buckingham Palace, Belgravia, Knightsbridge and Chelsea), but we didn't want more of the same ground covered again. We then took a gamble on the ferry up to Westminster which was again timed perfectly, as ...


A travel blog entry by jimmcauliffe on Feb 21, 2014

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... arrived the queues started to build. Vicky had a voucher for a free bottle of prosecco, which enabled us to celebrate her birthday!

After lunch we popped into the Royal Festival Hall, which was HEAVING with kids :-) There were a few options, but we managed to gently persuade everyone to try out the Martin Creed exhibition at he Hayward Gallery next door. Martin Creed won the Turner Prize in about 2001 for an installation which was simply a room, with the lights going on ...

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