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Description Royal London Alarm pocket watch in high-shine stainless steel. The silver dial features Roman numeral hour markers and high-visibility hands, and the piece comes with a Royal London presentation box. more

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Review of The Royal Harvester, London Hanwell

Good

Food is OK

slow and poor service

...rib eye steak last time and I really did not enjoy my chicken fajita ? probably the worst I?ve ever had. So even though the food was better on this occasion; the service is still poor and I really don?t have the patience to sit in a restaurant for 3 hours whilst the staff get to you in their own time, if ever at all! We won?t be going back. ~CONTACT/LOCATION~ The Royal London Boston Manor...

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Review of Travelodge London Central Kings Cross Royal Scot, London

Good

quite a central location, rooms clean, staff nice

More dated than some of the newer ones, beds aren't great

...Back at the start of May I went down to London to see Matt Cardle perform the final night of his unplugged tour and as such I needed a hotel. He was playing at Union Chapel in London and it seemed most fans were staying at the Travelodge at Kings Cross Royal Scot and so myself and the two girls that I was sharing a room with down there booked there too. I had actually stayed there before...

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Review of Buckingham Palace, London

Excellent

Magnificent building, with plenty to see inside

Advance booking advisable

...road on the same day. Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the monarchy, and has been almost ever since the then Buckingham House was purchased by King George III in 1761. King William IV disliked it and refused to live there during his seven-year reign, but Queen Victoria enjoyed it and was the first to live there regularly. The state rooms are open to the public for a limited...

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