Woogo - Kensington Palace

Prince of Wales Terrace, London, England, W8 7EE, United Kingdom | Villa

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Day 4 - Farewell to London

A travel blog entry by michalscouts


... a 6" spicy Italian sub.
Our bus took us to the train station we had a quick stop at Platform 9 3/4 for only one photo. We collected our luggage and said goodbye to our bus driver JP. After boarding the Eurostar, we said farewell to London and a few of the girls settled in for a much needed nap.
Next stop Paris!


A travel blog entry by rickandluann


... of the next two hours the crowds became immense. At about 10:45, police on horseback and on foot began to move large numbers of people away from the Palace’s main and side gates. We thought just maybe those areas should have been barricaded before the crowds started arriving?

Finally, at about 11am, we could hear music in the distance. First came the Queen’s Guard with their tall bear skin hats and ...

Biking outside of Bloomsbury

A travel blog entry by teambargey


... foot which meant they didn't have to jump off altogether. We zig-zagged off main streets as well, but I needed them to navigate home, feeling quite satisfied when we passed the back door of the British Museum as I was aiming for that as the halfway point. Beyond that was a little more hazy, but we got to within cooee and found a place to park them up.

Over the road was a little café and drinks plus cupcakes were welcomed. Although the guy serving us ...

Our last day in London

A travel blog entry by terry-christina


... we caught a train to Heathrow, and collected our rental car. It is a Seat, a Spanish car. I think. Terry likes it. We took off towards Oxford, but deviated into Maidenhead for a delightful lunch. It was great being out in the country. We saw a badger, dead, pheasants, some dead and some scratching around on the forest floor, they were so pretty, and dozens of Red Kites, feeding on the roadkill.

I ...

Christmas day Tour

A travel blog entry by euro-turo-bek


... stop at the Red Lion ************ we headed off to the City of Bath, Somerset passing the Cotswold canals, and typical rock fences. City of Bath was first established as a spa with the Latin name, Aquae Sulis ("the waters of Sulis") by the Romans sometime in the AD 60s and is now a world heritage site. In Bath we visted the Royal Crescent, The Circus. Unfortunately, the Roman baths were closed ...


This villa, located in the Earls Court area of London, is near Kensington Palace, Miss Selfridge, Cobella Akqa, and Thackeray Gallery.
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