Chelsea House Hotel

Address: 96 Redcliffe Gardens, London, England, SW10 9HH , United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Westminster/Belgravia area of London, is near Seven Dials, Queen Elizabeth II Great Court, La Vigneronne, and Zest Contemporary Glass Gallery.
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    A day around London

    A travel blog entry by fitchett on Oct 08, 2014

    7 photos

    ... the countryside) was a factor in this.

    Our next stop was to find somewhere for lunch and do some last minute shopping. We walked down past some very grand houses to Peter Jones (part of John Lewis) in Sloane Square and found a Fitbit for Marion's mother so she can keep a record of the steps she does each day. We also found some flash body spray for David so he will smell a whole lot better. We had an egg and cress roll for lunch and then ...

    Here We Go!

    A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 03, 2014

    ... We managed to get a nice table to ourselves so we can spread out with our computers and iPads. Having wifi on the train is great because you can get so much done while travelling.

    We are meeting our friends Jim & Anita, who happen to be in London, at St. Pancras Station for lunch and then we will drop our bags off at Richard & Howard's flat as they are kindly putting us up tonight.

    Later
    Richard & Howard took us to this old pub across the road ...

    FOX and the English

    A travel blog entry by gorte on Aug 13, 2014

    1 comment

    ... way, actually I have heard it used the opposite way a few times. The idea of boastful humour seems like something that may have come from the US into the younger culture. I feel like this type of humour is easy to pick up on so I don’t see why the opposite would be so difficult. Finally, one last thing that caught my attention in the book was the way different class levels speak, specifically the use of the word “pardon.” I had mentioned to ...

    British Museum - Especially for the Re-Enactors.

    A travel blog entry by reynauld on Jun 29, 2014

    10 photos

    ... shield, and convex from left to right like the heater of a knight on foot.
    It's a beautiful piece of work, but that's because it's made to show off.. not fight with.

    Next is a mazer.
    This is a medieval drinking cup that is very decorative, usually gold or silver, and is something I took an interest in a while ago.
    I don't see one at any shows but like the travelling spoon I would like to have a go at one. I They ...

    London and friends from down under

    A travel blog entry by kerri.hobman on Jun 25, 2014

    ... I went up the london eye and into the london dungeons and to visit harrods. oh my goodness harrods is crazy its so big and fancy and flash. I then enjoyed more time in a london park. back at the hostel I met a new room mate and we went to a fancy italian restaurant for dinner. the next day I went on a day trip to Stonehenge, Salisbury and Bath. Stonehenge was very cool, they have recently removed the big fence and relocated the information centre so the area once again has a ...