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London is a cultural melting pot where people from around the world have found a home, a legacy of their colonialist past and a great contributor to its vibrant culture today: according to the 2001 census, over a quarter of the population of London was born outside the United Kingdom.
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bad accomodation, very old, not luxury hotel. I paid £ 100 per night and the hotel was not so hight, very small room, bathroom very old, not cold water, windows broken. very old hotel witch has not be renoved for long time. Noisy, Not what I expected from the pictures. ... more
Hotel is in a great location just a short walk to Russell Square and the international train station. Breakfast was good each day and the shared bathrooms were clean and sufficient. Staff were polite and generally helpful. ... more
July 30 2011 - London - ferry to Kew and Hammersmith pub
A late start. After a long breakfast, we took a short tube-ride to Leicester Square to try and get mantinee tickets from the official ticket booth for one of the few plays in London. All sold out So then we had the brilliant idea of walking down Whitehall to the Westminster Embankment to get a ferry ...
Posted in Kevin and Jeni's Travels 2011 by kforge