Fitzroy Hotel

41 Fitzroy Street, London, England, W1T 6DZ, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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Pin balling through the Theatre District

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

... it to get to The Shard. Of course, it helps being able to see your building over all the other buildings too.

We wandered around the neighborhood first as there were several markets in action but nothing really worth buying that day. And then we followed the GPS to the tube station. Oddly enough, his phone told us to exit at Embankment which was at least a mile from where we wanted to be. It would have made much more sense to exit at ...

Day 21: The One With All the Ancient Stuff

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv


... as they want, and private donations and taxes should cover that cost. Most of London's major museums are run this way, making it easy for tourists like us to spend an hour or five touring exhibits without feeling guilty about spending 15 admission just to see the Rosetta Stone, for example.

Though really, 15 to see the Rosetta Stone would have been worth it.

Inside the Classical building is a rather modern ...

Essential London

A travel blog entry by kleina39


... and some fun facts about Westminster Abbey. The Tomb of Edward the Confessor, the king of England who first built Westminster Abbey (it was remodeled and added onto in later years). His tomb is so sacred that only private tours and worshipers are allowed on the raised platform where the tomb is. Among many other kings and queens, Queen Elizabeth I and Mary I (Henry VIII's daughters and half-sisters) ...

Bitter people of sweet London city!

A travel blog entry by s.lukaszewicz


When I first came to London, and that was just for the weekend, I was amazed with it. I mean, comparing to Dublin it is quite a big difference. I was walking London streets thinking to myself that this is exactly the place I want to live in... . So…no longer than 4 months after, I made it happen. I’ve learned a few things from the very start in London. Not all were pleasant experiences, but for sure all of them were a good lesson. Do you know the moment ...

Goodbye Paris...Hello London

A travel blog entry by judykermode


... trains and the tube etc means we all watch out for them. Sometimes it proves a bonus and this time Stephen managed to get us priority to the train platform so we didn't need to fight the crowds with our luggage. Lloyd was also keen to see the Mona Lisa and Stephen took Lloyd and his wife on one of our free days. They joined the queue expecting to wait for a long, long time. Some official spotted them and took them straight in. Barbara and Lloyd didn't have to pay either. I have told ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Fitzrovia area of London, is near Anderson Tours, Pollock's Toy Museum & Shop, Villandry, and Royal Institute of British Architects.
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