Club Quarters, Lincoln's Inn Fields

Address: 61 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, England, WC2A 3JW, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Grange area of London, is near Isles of Scilly Museum, Bramley's Big Adventure, Church Street, and Waddington Galleries.
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A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 19, 2014

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... around the whole property, installed for the peace of mind of Diana, when she and the boys lived there after the divorce. The more recent renovators wanted to open up the front aspect of the palace and "invite" people in.
Toward that end, the landscaping was modified and the front aspect of a new entry was built, all to draw the public in. We took a very interesting tour with a very ...

London Jewels

A travel blog entry by jess.skellern on Jul 20, 2014

2 comments, 64 photos

... Palace and Fortress. Andy had done the Tower before but said it was well worth it and was keen to do them again.

The Tower was another amazing London attraction and again a highlight of my trip. The castle was founded in late 1066 and has been used for many purposes over the time. For majority of the years the castle was used for the royal family in power – the beginning of the Monarchy. The Royal family of each century used the castle for their needs, which ...

Inspiration and Conversation...

A travel blog entry by jenad on May 31, 2014

During the second flight from Heathrow to South Africa I sat next to a delightful gentleman from London who was taking a trip to Pretoria and Botswana to discuss Development Aid and more specifically water. He didn't offer the name of the company he worked for although I am still very curious. So often our introductory conversations are "what do you do" instead of “who are you”… I am sure ...

Three Ballets and a Tea

A travel blog entry by mark_robyn on May 31, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... are on the right side. It is not easy getting from the left side to the right side, we ended up in the upper amphitheater on the left side our seats were in the lower amphitheater. We had to negotiate ourselves across narrow rows and then down 20 rows. The seats we had were fine with a good view of the whole stage (unlike Munich) but the seats were narrow without armrests. Let me back up a ...

Reflecting back on part one of our tour

A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on May 22, 2014

... have been, but there have been so many great things that it is hard to pick out a few. Indonesia has been our favourite country, followed closely by Laos both for their diversity, people, food, culture, natural landscapes and affordability. That said, almost everywhere we have been, we have been welcomed and looked after, and people across the whole continent have been warm and generous, even if they have little ...