A To Z Hotel

Address: 150 Horn Lane, London, England, W3 6PG, United Kingdom | Motel
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This motel, located in the Acton Central area of London, is near British Museum Company, BBC Television Centre, Ealing Riding Centre, and Gunnersbury Triangle.
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        A travel blog entry by the_nicholsons on Aug 03, 2015

        3 comments, 8 photos

        Thank god we are finally in an English speaking country!! No more awkward hand gestures and slow, clear talking anymore. But after spending 4 days in London, I have discovered that there are many foreigners here that don't speak English. But I can't complain because for the rest of our trip we are only travelling in English-speaking countries. We were lucky enough to meet up with our Aunty Bernadette, who lives in Bahrain (in the Middle ...

        Kensington Palace and Marlborough House

        A travel blog entry by riverotter on Jun 17, 2015

        7 photos

        Our first visit of the day was Kensington Palace. This is a royal residence in Kensington Gardens. It has been a home for the Royal Family since the 17th century. The first Royal occupants were William and Mary, who hired Christopher Wren to renovate it. He greatly expanded the house. Queen Anne was the next occupant. She had Wren redesign the staircase to make the steps shallow so she could gracefully walk down the stairs. George ...


        A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on May 16, 2015

        2 comments, 16 photos

        ... peonies, bulbs with perennials and letting seedlings come up where they chose. Because the jumble of plants are artfully arranged in themed ' rooms' separated by high hedges or walls, the result is a delightfully exuberant display rather than the chaotic mess that might occur in the hands of a less skilled plantsman. With Lawrence's gift in 1948, Hidcote Manor became the National Trust's first garden.

        At the entrance to ...

        Ralph Fiennes

        A travel blog entry by sandrabourke on Apr 24, 2015

        7 comments, 7 photos

        ...Continued I walked back to Athena, as she was at a little market close by. She saw my face and thought 'oh no ticket'. I was in shock, I could hardly speak. I said I got the last ticket. For 5 pounds. Then Athena was in shock. She couldn't believe last ticket for 5 pounds. ( we said this to each other 50 times over the next hr) I stated to cry. Was in shock. We spent the afternoon walking the Thames from southbank. Great atmosphere. Stopped at Shakespeare's Globe ...

        30-31 March: London

        A travel blog entry by johnny2015 on Mar 31, 2015

        4 photos

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        Next we went to Tower Bridge, and the Tower of London. The Tower of London was built by William the Conqueror, who conquered England, and made London his capital. We then went home, stopping at Foyles, a bookshop, for hot chocolate and new books. My aunt and uncle came with takeaways.

        The next day, we took the tube to St. Paul's. It is a massive cathedral with a clever piece of architecture in the dome. There are really two domes, ...