Best Western Bromley Court Hotel

Bromley Hill, London, BR1 4JD, United Kingdom
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86%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
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80
Average
27%
56
Poor
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17
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London Photo Treasure Hunt

by thegirlfromnewy

Does anyone know of any DIY London specific photo treasure hunts. I thought this would be a great way of seeing London on my first visit.

Re: London Photo Treasure Hunt

by planxty

Crystal,

I am not quite sure what you mean by a photo treasure hunt. It is not a term I have heard before.

Last year, I helped to organise a conventional treasure hunt for VT members in the East End of London. I will happily send you the clues for that if it helps. There are some old treasure hunts on the Time Out (listings magazine) website. Here is a link.

http://www.timeout.com/london/features/4437/The_great_London_treasure_hunt_2008.html?cpage=5&ccat=5

Feel free to send me a VT mailk if you have any further questions.

Hope this assists,

fergy.

Re: London Photo Treasure Hunt

by georgiak

I m not sure if this is what you are looking for but check the first review

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Greater_London/London-309228/Things_To_Do-London-Walking_and_Walking_Tours-BR-1.html

Re: London Photo Treasure Hunt

by thegirlfromnewy

Thank you both very much!!

Travel Tips for London

Heathrow to Victoria via

by lvp

The Heathrow Express is an overland train, not an underground one so there should be enough room for your luggae. As already stated, it stops at Paddington, not Victoria so to get to Victoria you'd need to get a tube on the Circle or District line (if you get the District tube make sure it's the one that goes to Victoria) ... suitases could be a problem on the tube if it's rush hour or particularly busy. You could always get a taxi though - should cost between £10 and £15 depending on exact locations.

I haven't had any personal experience of it but the Park Plaza in Victoria has some decent reviews.

Enjoy your stay!

Do and see as much as you...

by webber

Do and see as much as you possibly can. Big Ben and Parliment, The Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, the London Eye, Trafalgar Square, and St. James Park are all tops on my personal list of things to see. Tea at The Ritz. The sheer elegance of this occasion brought me back to Victorian times. Tea at The Ritz is an institution in itself and is served in the spectacular Palm Court. A choice of seven varieties of tea, finely cut sandwiches, freshly baked scones, jam and clotted cream and a range of delicate pastries, combine to make for an unforgettable afternoon. I would recommend this to anyone.

St. Paul´s Cathedral

by pili

First built in 694 A.C., but destroyed by the Great Fire in 1666, the beautiful building that stands today was designed by Cristopher Wren and completed in 1710. St. Paul´s is famous for being the site of many significant ocassions in British history, including the funeral of Sir Winston Churchill in 1965 and the wedding of Prince Charles and lady Diana Spencer in 1981.-
It´s forbidden to take pictures inside the church.-
Paternoster Square, EC4
website: www.stpauls.co.uk
Admision: £6 (cathedral, galleries and crypt)

La primera fue construída en el año 694 DC, pero fue destruída por el Gran Incendio del año 1666. El bello edificio que se erige actualmente fue diseñado por Cristopher Wren y completado en 1710. St. Paul´s es famosa por ser sede de significativos hechos de la historia británica, tales como el funeral de Sir Winston Churchill en 1965 y el casamiento del principe Carlos y Lady Diana Spencer en 1981.
Está prohibido sacar fotos adentro de la iglesia

The Monument

by Ash59

The Monument was designed by Christopher Wren to commemorate the Great Fire of London on the 2nd of September, 1666.

The fire burned for 3 days, consumed more than 13,000 houses, 89 churches and devastated 436 acres of the city. The Monument is 202ft (62mtr) high, which is the exact distance eatward of the Monument that the fire started.

The Monument took 6 years to construct and was finished in 1677. The closest underground station is Monument.. The Monument can be found at the junction of Monument Street and Fish Street.

Spitting, coughing, sneezing...

by JulesH

London succumbed to the Swine Flu pandemic in 2009 and during this time a publicity campaign educated people to be careful when coughing and sneezing in public and ensure that the nose and mouth are covered...especially on public transport where people are crammed into a tight space. Even now that the pandemic is no longer a risk it is still very good advice. If everyone on public transport were to take care not to spread their germs to others the common cold would be far less common!

Spitting in public is also not advisable as it can come across as aggressive behaviour. Put used chewing gum in the bin or wrap it in a tissue as removing chewing gum from pavements is a very costly task for authorities.

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Address: Bromley Hill, London, BR1 4JD, United Kingdom