Harmony Ii

Address: Marsh Wall, London, England, E14 9RS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the London East area of London, is near Hammersmith, Canada Place Mall, Aldwych Area, and Canary Wharf Tower.
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Nature and Beauty Redefined at Apartments at Fores

A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Mar 18, 2015

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... to rejuvenate you. Refreshing parties and live concerts are arranged to make you evenings happening. Various events can be planned and hosted according to the choice and demand of the guests. Formal events like meeting and others are arranged in the banquet hall. All family occasions are also arranged here like wedding, birthday, anniversaries and many more.

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London Baby!!

A travel blog entry by aus_ambo_abroad on Jan 24, 2015

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... very grateful for the offer nonetheless! We realise half way through the journey we are probably going to have to get back up at some, but that's future Will and Laura's problem.

We make it to Aldgate station, and sure enough there's another couple of flights of stairs to get up, again a young lady offers to take my carry on bag (which is probably a good 13kg itself), and I'm grateful for the help. Poor ...

London Best Parks And Green Spaces

A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Nov 14, 2014

... Fallow Deer. Not only is this park a beautiful place for you to spend time, but it is also home to the well-known Chestnut Avenue and the beautiful Diana Fountain.

Richmond Park

Year after year Richmond Park attracts millions of people, some Londoners and others are tourist, Richmond Park is the largest of the 8 Royal Park, it is filled with nature and life, you will find a nature reserve, it is London’s largest site of Special ...

Visiting Trafalgar Square

A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Oct 17, 2014

... in the city’s history or simply want to learn more about some of the best known buildings located here. You don’t need to pay to enter the attractions to be able to enjoy them, simply standing outside and appreciating the architecture on a clear day can be enough. In addition, it is certainly a great place for anyone who enjoys military history to visit, and should be a prominent feature on your itinerary if this is the ...

Day 3 - Evening

A travel blog entry by the10s on Sep 09, 2014

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... in the middle of the city.

Next was Westminster Abbey. Tombs and memorials cover this place from top to bottom. You can't walk 2 feet in any direction without walking on someone's grave marker or memorial stone. I read one that said "Here lies Mrs. (Forget her name) who died young of the Black Death. We walked through parts constructed in the 1300's that still had some of the original paintings. We saw where Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Queen Mary I, Queen Elizabeth I, ...