Beaufort House

45 Beaufort Gardens, London, England, SW3 1PN, United Kingdom | 5 star hotel
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Tube Strike and rainy day

A travel blog entry by mrduby


... from previous centuries. But still lots of historic lessons and learning the names in English.

Then we walked toward the Buckingham Palace, thru Chinatown. It's raining when we left BM. The weather wasn't nice, but just typical British weather. When we were in the St James park, the rain got bigger. We had to hurry to a place to hide. We passed by The Mall and Trafalgar Square. We had lunch at The Crypt under St Martins-in-the-field, a ...

Day 26: The One With the Nostalgia...

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv


... pass by Paul McCartney's house (almost literally around the corner from the studio--it's just a five minute walk from there.) Again, I got off a number of good photos without looking like too much of a creeper--it is weird to be standing on a street taking photos of someone's house, especially someone as private as Sir Paul. So I did strive for discretion and only took a handful of photos before putting my camera ...

Nearly over the jet lag

A travel blog entry by kag


... coverage of Mitchell Johnston collect the final wicket of Anderson, and Australia have won back the Ashes! Very nice! The rest of the day consists of English commentators and sports writers wondering what went wrong with English cricket, and whom do they need to sack to fix it. We have not contacted Rupert yet to pass on our condolences. Tower of London, no queues today. We spent all day here and could have spent more. The kids agreed it was the best ...

Shakespeare's globe and more

A travel blog entry by jackandkate


... to see it finished. In globe theatre there's upstairs and a downstairs and if you were at the bottom you had to pay one penny and if you're upstairs you would have to pay 2 pennies and the people at the bottom were called pennystinkarts because they were normaly poorer than the others upstairs and did not have a bath very often. Next we went to ...

Royal Day and Jack the Ripper Tour

A travel blog entry by 46thelrose8

... today. BUMMER! We waited till exactly noon as we knew the two guards in the front would have to change. They did, but it was very subdued. We have no idea why the schedule changed from what was supposed to be, but it’s a chance you always take. We walked around a bit in Green Park, which adjoins St. James’s Park and then Green Park continues up to Hyde Park, but we didn’t go that far.

We leisurely ...

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This 5 star hotel, located in the Chelsea area of London, is near Princess Diana/Dodi Fayed Memorial, Rigby & Peller, Arthur Morrice, and Hari's.
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