LSE Northumberland House

Address: 8A Northumberland Avenue, London, England, WC2N 5BY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Covent Garden/Trafalgar Square/Piccadilly area of London, is near Savoy Theatre, Nelson's Column, Horse Guards Building, and Benjamin Franklin House.
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          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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          Camden (part 2), The Zoo and the Mousetrap

          A travel blog entry by jrvl_au on Sep 10, 2015

          22 photos

          ... wait with delicious chicken fillings, it was delicious, fresh, cooked right in front of you as you watch. Fantastic.
          The whole place was really pumping, a great market vibe, there was just something really cool about it. Lunch was followed up by Poffertjes (again cooked fresh in front of us) drowned in Nutella then covered in strawberries. Gotta be happy with that!

          On the way to Camden Lock market we passed the London Zoo - so we found ...

          Gardening in the sun.

          A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Jul 19, 2015

          2 photos

          ... so thirsts needed to be quenched with beer.

          Anyway the garden now looks fairly organized and we are planning to buy seed for planting next weekend.

          In the afternoon Corinne and I took a short walk around the neighborhood for a bit of ...

          Chateau adventure

          A travel blog entry by hbert on Jul 04, 2015

          ... of Albert which is sited right at the battlefront of the Somme offensive where more than half a million allied soldiers died between July and December
          1916. The village was almost completely destroyed but has been re built and serves a stop over for visitors to the numerous was cemeteries and war museums and monuments scattered around the immediate. It is a horrendous story and it is told well. There are souvenir shops but they are not tacky . The war ...

          And the last stop -- family time in London....

          A travel blog entry by bjbromberg on May 14, 2015

          6 comments, 33 photos

          ... night, so we met again for dinner and then went to the show. Lots of pictures of ourselves at meals, in cabs and on the street. The production was terrific; the boys, who normally go to bed at 7:00 p.m., managed to stay awake and interested all the way through the show!


          Old London Town

          A travel blog entry by teamstoakes on Jan 19, 2015

          40 photos

          ... However, all
          was well in the end and Tottenham won and gained two new fans. Yay!

          We then returned to the West End for our second musical (I wish Sydney was like
          London, offering more than two musicals a year. Although then all our money
          would be spent on musicals, which would be problematic). We were originally
          going to see Les Miserables, however, that is coming to Sydney and we are
          seeing it in a couple of months instead. So, we went to one ...