Bingham Hotel

61-63 Petersham Road, Richmond, Surrey, TW10 6UT, United Kingdom
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Looking for a place for Breakfast near Piccadilly Circus.

by LondonVisitor

Hey Guys,

Making my first trip to London soon and I have set out several places to try but I will need to be able to grab breakfast near Piccadilly one of my weekday mornings. Any suggestions?

Re: Looking for a place for Breakfast near Piccadilly Circus.

by qaminari

Whenever I go to London for exhibitions at the Royal Academy, I always time my arrival to allow for breakast across the road (Piccadilly) at Richoux, see
However, there are dozens of other possibilities in that area,it depends on what you want for breakfast, really!

Re: Looking for a place for Breakfast near Piccadilly Circus.

by jayhawk2000

Maison Bertaux (French patisserie) in Soho

and The Stockpot (English caff) come to mind

Travel Tips for London

Get a bus pass and ride all...

by slabeaume

Get a bus pass and ride all over London. It's not as hard as it sounds! The double decker busses are a great way to see the city. But don't forget to get off and wander around, too! This was a graduation present to my son. My daughter and sister also went. Having them all there made this a great trip---most of the time! It's a great place to visit with family. So much to do. Although we had only 3 nights there so did hardly anything---this time. But we now know the lay out for next time!

THis picture was taken in Hyde Park. That is my daughter trying to blend in with the statues. There are LOTS of statues in London. I read that if you could pay to have one put in, it was done---at least until they got so many that they changed that.

There are also lots of parks in London. It's a very pretty city.

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office - part 1

by alucas

If you get the chance to go inside this vast Government Office DO SO. I visited during Open House Weekend in September 2005, and it was quite amazing. I have too many pictures and too much text for one tip, so I am writing about the Grand Staircase separately.

The entrance to the FCO was down the side of the building from King Charles Street (see picture 4), into the Main Quadrangle. After queuing for only about five minutes for security checks, we entered via the entrance known as the Mails Entrance (because it leads to the Bag Room, where diplomatic bags for all over the world used to be dealt with). After passing down several typical drab institutional corridors we eventually reached the Durbar Conference room, overlooking the Durbar Court, where there were some displays about the FCO. I didn’t get a photo of the court – too many people and too much clutter.

We passed on past the Muses stair (picture 3) and into the Locarno Suite. This suite of three rooms was designed by George Gilbert Scott specifically for diplomatic dinners and receptions, and was obviously meant to impress. Having been used for other purposes for much of the 20th century, it was restored to its former glory in the early 1990’s and is now used as originally intended.

The Grand Staircase was next on the route, and is the subject of my next tip.

Go on the London Eye!

by JulesH

Great view across London and not extortionately expensive (about £10 per ticket). You should book for later the same day or a few days in advance in high season. The best time to go up is usually dusk as if it is too sunny the flare makes it difficult to see far, but London weather being what it is this shouldn't cause too much of a problem. If you are here for the winter, I doubt your ability to see very far at all, but in the rare event of a nice clear day, do take advantage. Call 0870 5000600 or visit the web-site at Summer days on Hampstead Heath...another good view across London. In the summer there are open air classical concerts at Kenwood Park on Hampstead Heath where there is a fixed concert dome in the middle of the lake.You have to pay for this but you can sit on the grass outside the concert enclosure for free. Although you can't see the orchestra you can hear perfectly well, there is a good atmosphere and there are fireworks displays on some nights. People often bring a picnic and lots of bottles of wine or champagne. Candles are lit and blankets and cushions make the night perfect! It does get cold on the hill once the sun has gone down though, so don't forget a jacket.

In England...

by manice

Do stand in line:
In England we like to form orderly queues (standing in line) and wait patiently for our turn eg. boarding a bus. 'Queue jumping' is frowned upon.

Do say "Excuse Me":
If someone is blocking your way and you would like them to move say excuse me and they will move out of your way.

Do Pay as you Go:
Pay for drinks as you order them in pubs and other types of bars.

Do say "Please" and "Thank-you":
It is very good manners to say "please" and "thank-you". It is considered rude if you don't

Do cover your Mouth:
When yawning or coughing always cover your mouth with your hand.

Do Shake Hands:
When you are first introduced to someone, shake their right hand with your own right hand.

Do Smile:
A smiling face is a welcoming face.
Do Drive on the left side of the road:
Do not greet people with a kiss:
We only kiss people who are close friends and relatives.

Do not talk loudly in public

Do not stare at anyone in public.
Privacy is highly regarded.

Do not pick your nose in public:
We are disgusted by this.

Do not do gestures such as backslapping and hugging

Dp not spit.
Spitting in the street is considered to be very bad mannered.

Do not pass wind in public:

Do not speak with your mouth full of food:

Do not ask personal or intimate questions:
We like our privacy. Please do not ask questions such as "How much money do you earn?" "How much do you weigh?" or "Why aren't you married?".

Do not eat off a knife when having a meal.

Money Exchange

by keeweechic

You can change cash and traveller's cheques at British Banks, Building Societies (these are similar to banks), larger Post Offices, larger Travel Agents, some larger Tourist Information Centres, American Express, and Bureaux de Change. Check the rate differences between them. Thomas Cook, make no charge for cashing sterling traveller's cheques issued by one of their own branches in another country.


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 Bingham Hotel

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Rodeway Inn Richmond
Bingham Hotel Richmond-upon-thames

Address: 61-63 Petersham Road, Richmond, Surrey, TW10 6UT, United Kingdom