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Super

AdvantagesInteresting and unusual exhibits and history

DisadvantagesA little pricey

...from the walls. I thought this was an interesting way to make use of the limited space available at the time, and was looking forward to seeing the palace in all its glory post-refurbishment. ***Location and Travel*** Kensington Palace is in Kensington Gardens; the nearest Underground stations are High Street Kensington (District & Circle lines) and Queensway (Central line). There are also buses...

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Super

AdvantagesInteresting and varied menu. Very good food. Staff are great with kids.

DisadvantagesA little too noisy and busy at lunch to linger and relax.

...in and around London: Walton-on-Thames, Richmond, Canary Wharf, The West End, Kingston-upon-Thames, Reading and Putney. ABOUT CARLUCCIO Antonio Carluccio is an accomplished Italian chef who has had his own cookery series on the BBC as well as authoring several cookery books. He opened the first of his ?Caffe?s? in 1999, with the idea of combining bistro style food with an integrated food...

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Good

AdvantagesBeautiful gardens and an insight into the early home of Queen Victoria.

DisadvantagesPoor thought out displays that look cheap and tacky.

...Kensington Palace. Kensington palace is one of the great Royal Palaces to the West of London built originally in the 1600?s for the Earl of Nottingham it was known as Nottingham House and only became a palace when King William III decided he needed a house nearer to London than Hampton Court to escape the Smokey atmosphere of London. A private road was built from the Palace all the way to...

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