Four Seasons Hotel

173 Gloucester Place, London, England, NW1 6DX, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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In London with Suzanne & Family

A travel blog entry by lorrog


1 July. A fine morning. We went to M&S at Kew Bridge where I looked at some shoes,hmmm! Shopping at Sainsbury's bought 18 x 440ml cans of Stella for 12 good value. Caught 94 bus to the big Westfield at WhiteCity about 20mins away.A very interesting ride thats for sure.
I bought some leather boat shoes for 59, have to say Lorraine is stacking up brownie points!!

2 July. Caught the tube into London on a very warm morning, getting off at Green Park ...

Jetting over to London

A travel blog entry by goodner


... to a new time zone) there – French food that was very good. Two hours later we headed back to the airport and enjoyed the United lounge until our flight.

Sam and I have been talking up the business class privilege that the kids would enjoy on each flight that is part of our round-the-world ticket. Sam and I couldn't have flown that many hours in coach, and couldn’t think of a rational way to leave the kids in coach while ...

A change of scenery…

A travel blog entry by travelinturners


... songs which sounded beautiful and added to the atmosphere of this amazing place. We even watched a cruise ship head out of port.

After dinner, at a restaurant along the Grand Canal, we wandered back slowly to our apartment, stopping along the way to watch a local glass artist make some swan wine glasses. He was very skilled. The kids were mesmerised by his skill and patience in creating his goblets. Mike snapped some more photos as we ...

London Day 2

A travel blog entry by daycia


... some books in English. When we finally made it to the Tower bridge, we sadly weren't allowed to do the tour and stuff.
We met up with the bus afterward and slowly made our way too the Museum of Docklands. This museum was all about the ships and the docks in London. We only had one hour to explore the museum and so we basicly ran thru most of it in order to see the whole thing.
After finishing the museum we took the long bus ride back to the host families ...

The week we saw practically EVERYTHING

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie


... place and later grabbed dinner at the local Indian restaurant with Uncle Barry and cousin Joanne.

Friday: Tonight we have priority tickets to something called "Text Santa." This is a fairly new charity event hosted by Ant & Dec which I am pretty excited about (better than any presenters back home in my opinion). "Priority" pretty much just meant we were guaranteed to get in. We entered ITV studios near Waterloo and donned our free festive Santa hats and waited for ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Marylebone area of London, is near Sherlock Holmes Museum, Baker Street, Landmark London Health Club, and Sherlock Holmes Memorabilia.
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