Beaufort House

Address: 45 Beaufort Gardens, London, England, SW3 1PN, United Kingdom | 5 star hotel
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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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      Exploring LONDON!!

      A travel blog entry by vikkitor on Nov 22, 2014

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      ... into the V&A Museum (Victoria and Albert). I got to see the fashion exhibit and Renaissance exhibits since they were free, but I couldn’t see everything because I didn’t have much time.

      After the museum I walked around the area and saw many French flags everywhere since it was the one neighborhood in London with the highest population of French people. I can’t escape France, not even ...

      Day 7 - Evening

      A travel blog entry by the10s on Sep 12, 2014

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      ... for Agatha Christie. It is just down the road from where Mousetrap is playing and was erected in 2012 when Mousetrap hit its 60th year of consecutive run. Fitting. We did some shopping and eating and just general exploring for the next hour or so. Nothing too exciting, just walking down a new street that we hadn't walked before. Some streets are so narrow and the buildings so high that the sun almost never touches the ground. These little streets are where ...

      The Foxes of London

      A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Aug 10, 2014

      11 photos

      ... the Sommes, Vimy Ridge and Paschendale. I suppose this is natural, since this is where the most British, French and Canadian soldiers lost their lives. However it is also interesting to learn about what was going on in other parts of the world - especially eastern Europe. The exhibit talked a bit about the Serbian experience of the war, which was quite interesting considering I have learned quite a bit about Serbia from my dissertation.

      Learning is hungry business, and soon ...

      Interns Reunite

      A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor on Aug 04, 2014

      Had drinks with Jenny from KPMG Tauranga tonight (another KPMG intern from 2007) at the Goat in Clapham Junction.. her job sounded awful.. made me really appreciate my own job!

      Was great to see her after so many years though and reminisce about old times and a certain intern fling that she had.... god those were good ...

      The Excellent Adventure ends.

      A travel blog entry by mustseemore on Jun 18, 2014

      Wednesday June 18

      Day 56

      His take on the day:

      All good things must end (apparently) and our children, grandson, parents, friends and beagle await. From the outset we had considered buying hard cases to take the bikes home in, instead of the cardboard boxes we had used to get them here. We found some around the corner from our hotel at Action Cycles. They are German ...