Roseview Hotel

2 Queens Avenue, London, England, N10 3NR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Second day in London

A travel blog entry by mardi2013

... The changing of the guard was cool but involved a lot of standing around for glimpses of stuff. I was too far back to really see what was happening in front of the palace but I got to see them marching. The only way I could see what was happening in the courtyard in front of the palace was by watching people's iPads or big phones which was convenient and pretty funny. Then I went went for a longer-than-expected wonder to the national museum and stumbled upon Harrods on my way. The ...

Stone Henge and Bath

A travel blog entry by cassiandria


... funny about it too was the grave sites. They were all in the floor of the abbey! Everywhere you walked, someone was buried and also in the walls. It's interesting, they were trying to save space before they even needed to! I also went to the Roman Baths which was quite interesting if you're into ancient history. They had heaps of relics and had dug up the ruins of the houses from over 1000 years ago. The next stop ...

Contiki Great Britain and Ireland

A travel blog entry by cleegan


... you from walking on the perilously crumbly edges. The hazy weather increased the mystique of the cliffs, which stretched on seemingly forever in both directions. After getting our photographic fill, we jumped back on the coach for our next destination, the Blarney Castle and Stone. Legend has it if you kiss the Blarney Stone you will blessed with the gift of eloquent speech. So we all headed up the tower and gave the unhygeinic old rock a pucker, before being enticed to ...

Summer In London

A travel blog entry by trina.manz


... temperature down and they would wet the area if they needed to. These store rooms enabled them to keep fish and meat further in advance to what they were used to at that time. We also learned that the Tudors considered beaver and swan to be fish as they were born in the sea and that pies were another form of cooking with the crust being the dish that gets throw away! Crazy. The gardens out at Hampton Court were also very pretty and we spent some time getting lost in ...

The flights

A travel blog entry by samp09


... the food and entertainment was enough to keep me happy for the near on 8 hours of flying. I had a couple of hour to burn at Detroit airport before catching the connecting flight to Toronto so I decided to get my first American Big Mac and just walk about the airport and take it in. The connecting flight was a little 56 seated plane which took all of 40 minutes! I was soon through customs and standing outside the airport wondering how to get to downtown ...

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This hotel, located in the East Finchley area of London, is near London Walks, Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Palace Ice Rink, and Kenwood House.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoseview Hotel London

Reviewed by bubba330


Reviewed May 6, 2013
by (4 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Very nice

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TripAdvisor Reviews Roseview Hotel London

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good