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Millers Residence, 111a Westbourne Grove, London W2 4UW, England. Millers Residence is a luxurious 18th century styled hotel situated on Westbourne Grove. It is the quintessence of a laid back private residence that offers very individual and unique rooms and one-off suites in the atmosphere of a magical bygone era. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.
London Hotel Deals. History and tradition mingle with modern fashion, music and culture from Piccadilly Circus to Buckingham Palace, the West End to Covent Garden, Notting Hill to Trafalgar Square. Hotels reflect the city's diversity, dynamism and depth.
One Thousand Things to Do in London. However well you know London, there's always more to be uncovered. New events and attractions, or familiar buildings or vistas seen from a different angle. A stroll across Waterloo Bridge or dinner after dark in St. James's Park; a canal walk in Camden or a glass of champagne from the top of a city skyscraper. Discover a secret garden in Chelsea, take a lifeboat ride on the Thames; eat a bagel in Golders Green, fly a kite on Hampstead Heath; spend a morning in Billingsgate market, an afternoon in Battersea Park zoo. Packed with ideas from unusual takes on well-known attractions to quirky walks and must-visit restaurants and shops; from once-in-a-lifetime experiences to everyday pleasures, many of them absolutely free. We'll show you how to fall for London all over again. 1000 Things to Do in London (Time Out Guides).
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London England. The Rough Guide to London is the definitive
insider's handbook to one of Europe's most exciting cities.
A full-colour section introduces many of London's highlights
with expert coverage of all the sights, from Buckingham
Palace and the Houses
of Parliament to lively Covent
Garden and the attractions of the South Bank. The guide
includes comprehensive accounts of the city's neighbourhoods
from swanky Kensington
and Chelsea to trendy Clerkenwell and Hoxton. There are
reviews of many of the capital's hotels and restaurants, plus
detailed coverage of London's shops, pubs and clubs to suit
360 Degrees: Views Inspired by British Airways London Eye
Located on the South Bank, and rising 135 metres above the ground,
the London Eye dwarfs most of the city's most famous landmarks.
It offers visitors both a thrilling ride and an exciting perspective
on the city. From Docklands, the Dome and the booming River
Thames developments, through the heart of the City and West
End, and out to Crystal Palace, Hampstead and suburbia.
London Film Location Guide. This intriguing guide to London locations used in movies covers the whole of the metropolis area by area, so you'll be able to find streets where you live, work or play, whether in Chelsea, Greenwich or Whitechapel. The book includes then and now photographs, stills from the films and the same locations photographed recently; others show the locations mentioned in the text. A comprehensive index enables you to easily find the streets and areas that you know. The films featured include those famously set in London; Notting Hill, Love Actually, Patriot Games, Alfie, Basic Instinct 2, as well as those that contained seminal scenes set in the capital. The book is meticulously researched and offers delights for both film buffs and London enthusiasts. London Film Location Guide.
Out" London Shopping Guide
London England. This guide carries more than 1000 reviews and
2500 listings to help the London shopper. From designer to bargain
clothing, junk shops to antiques, arts, crafts, health and beauty
to interiors, food and music.
Palace: The Official Illustrated History
Tour London. Kew
Palace is Britain's smallest royal palace, and stands in
the Royal Botanic Gardens, South-West London. Built in 1631
as a merchant's house, it later became the home of George III
and a place for the 'mad' king to recuperate. The grounds are
a centre for botanical study shaped among others by 'Capabitility
Out" London Eating and Drinking Guide
London England. This guide to a huge range of places to eat
in London is completely revised and updated annually. It has
420 pages and is illustrated and indexed and includes maps of
London England. A revised and updated reference book, comprised
of 5000 entries, organized alphabetically and cross-referenced.
Everything that is important in the history and culture of London
is documented, from its first settlement to the present day.
For a bird's-eye view of London, take a spin on the London Eye, the Ferris wheel overlooking the Thames. Don't miss landmarks like Big Ben, the Tower of London, St. Paul's Cathedral and the Globe Theatre. Spend a day at the Tate Modern or shopping along Portobello Road in Notting Hill. See the Cabinet War Rooms that housed Winston Churchill's WWII bunker and watch the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace. Need a break? Have a pint in a pub or visit a famous London tea room.
Modern: The Handbook
London England. Celebrating the opening of the new Tate
at Bankside, London, this book introduces readers to the building,
the collection and the new approach to modern and contemporary
art. The gallery presents 20th century art through four classic
themes: the nude, landscape, still life and history painting.
by London: The Insider's Guide (2nd Edition)
London England. London by London: The Insiders' Guide is the
ultimate guide to London, representing the collected knowledge
of thousands of Londoners on hundreds of subjects. Forget traditional
guidebooks which are aimed squarely at tourists, London by London
is designed to appeal equally to lifelong Londoners and visitors
alike with inside information on the best bars and restaurants
in the capital sitting alongside stories about some of London's
oddest buskers and most talented graffiti artists.
Out" Cheap Eats in London 2005/6
With more than 700 reviews of the best value restaurants, caf-s
and pubs in town, Time Out's Cheap Eats in London is the city's
essential guide to eating out on a budget. This completely updated
third edition, complied by the publishers of London's most extensive
and highly regarded guide to restaurants, contains even more
ideas for low-cost meals, ranging across the spectacular diversity
of cuisines found in this most cosmopolitan metropolis. Detailed
maps, copious colour photos, and a menu of dish-explanations.
London England. Everyone knows about the Houses of Parliament,
St Paul's Cathedral and the Tower, but Eccentric London focuses
on the capital's less conventional history. This beautifully
illustrated book takes the reader around the capital district
by district, stopping at a range of unusual locations including
the hatters Lock & Co., patronized by Napoleon and little
changed since the early 18th century; Highgate Cemetery, with
chains leading up through gravestones to tiny bells as an insurance
policy should someone be buried alive; and Britain's smallest
prison in Trafalgar Square. Eccentric London is an exploration
of the hallmarks of London's long and chequered history.
London Compendium: A Street-by-street Exploration of the Hidden
London England. The streets of London resonate with secret stories,
from East End lore to Cold War espionage, from tales of riots,
rakes, brothers, anarchy and grisly murders, to Rolling Stones
gigs, gangland drinking dens, Orwell's Fitzrovia and Lenin's
haunts. Ed Glinert has walked the city from Limehouse to Lambeth,
Whitehall to Whitechapel, unravelling its mysteries along the
way. This is London as you have never seen it before.
Guide to London's Retro Shops
London England. Part shopping guide, part lifestyle handbook,
'The Essential Guide to London's Retro Shops' is a timely and
colourful celebration of the growing demand for all things vintage.
Whether it's sixties scooters, vintage clothes, or original
furniture classics, the passion for the recent past is causing
a stir worldwide, and nowhere more so than in London. Appealing
to locals and tourists alike, this guide covers a huge variety
of retro shops sorted into five main types: furniture and design
(Pad), clothing and accessories (Threads), music (Tunes), cars,
scooters and bikes (Wheels), and cafes and bars (Nosh). The
book is divided into five London regions, each with its own
detailed map. All the entries include an engaging description
of what the shop or venue has to offer, together with contact
information and opening times. The shops and their goods are
illustrated with the author's own high-quality photographs.
This unique book, impeccably researched and written by an expert
in the field, will be a welcome addition to the choice of shopping
guides to London.
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