Astors Hotel

110-112 Ebury Street, London, England, SW1W 9QD, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Westminster/Belgravia area of London, is near Saatchi Gallery, London Tourist Board, Southwark, and Royal Court Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from London

    Dinner with Family

    A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor on Sep 09, 2014

    At 7pm Laurence and I met up with our Nana (who is only in London for a couple of weeks) and Auntie in Brixton for a drink before heading out to a Japanese restaurant for dinner.

    Was lovely to catch up with both of them and shock of all shocks, our Auntie literally lives two streets away from us. We need to make more of an effort to catch up with her ...

    Wimbledon

    A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Jul 07, 2014

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    ... Sim may have argued long enough with the steward that they gave up and told us not to get it out again. We didn't want to loose our flag. We had some Pimms, which is Dad Davidson's new favourite drink and also some strawberries and fresh cream. The second day we were further back in the queue (numbers 814-818) but managed to get into Court 1 because there wasn't as many big name players on that day. We had been told it was meant to be raining most of the day and it had ...

    Reflections on London

    A travel blog entry by andyhersey on Jun 15, 2014

    ... workers were on strike. City buses are the way to go. Big red double deckers that many of the commercial tour companies copy. We literally traveled to every part of central London (and from Heathrow to London when we arrived)...on an Oyster card I bought for 10£. Buses run every 5-10min and when you sit on the top deck you have a unique view of London as you wind through the neighborhoods. You can ride either the bus or the tube all day and you'll never be charged more ...

    Watching the English

    A travel blog entry by jennrdickman on Jun 14, 2014

    I found kate Fox's "Watching the English" a clever, modern take on English culture. Some of the English characteristics she lists seem typical in America or at least in many subcultures as well, but certainly the specific "rules" and how they think about class and what is expected of them, rooted in royalty, is clearly of it's own English nature. It is interesting how although clearly divided into sections between conversation codes and behavior codes and specific ...

    And that it

    A travel blog entry by oofy84 on May 26, 2014

    'N that it.

    Well **** me sideways waving a broom in the air.

    What a year that was.

    Went from little Manx na´ve twerp to raging alcoholic and back again in the space of about 12 hours plus a galaxy and a half. Don't even know what that means.

    Anyhows.

    Sat in Gatwick halfway between off my barnet and not off my barnet, on my 4th Amstel and it’s only 11:30am cuz I’m ...