Think of London and you think of a great cosmopolitan city with over 2000 years of history that is a favourite with visitors from all over the world. Big Ben, The Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Madam Tussaud’s, the Tower of London, all of the attractions of Britain’s capital city, as well as Canary Wharf, the London Arena and the Thames Barrier are all within easy reach by public transport.
London is the largest urban area in, and the capital of, England and the United Kingdom. London is the current Olympic City and will soon be hosting the 2012 Summer Olympics. The centre of London, one of the liveliest and most cosmopolitan cities in the world, with exceptional cultural and social facilities, is just a short journey away from our Roehampton PLUS centre. Roehampton is a friendly, modern, lively community with a village feeling, despite being a short distance from the centre of London.
The PLUS Village located in the south-west part of London is surrounded by beautiful parkland and open spaces close to Richmond Park. The Campus was founded by the Methodist Church (www.methodist.org.uk) in 1872. This beautiful and historic campus provides a stimulating environment in which to pursue studies with high quality modern on-campus accomodation and a pond near by to relax at. Students may be accommodated in en-suite single rooms and/or in standard single bed rooms. A small kitchen is available on each floor.
In addition to the modern student residences and a well equipped refectory, this secluded campus, opened in 1997, boasts good teaching and conference facilities, spacious lounges and a nice chapel. Social facilities include a restaurant and a cafeteria with a decked terrace and wonderful views.
The College is normally home to almost 300 residential students and over 1200 non residental. It houses the University’s School of Business and Social Sciences together with the Music section of the School of Arts and other staff from the Schools of Arts and Education. The nearest underground station is Putney Bridge, and the nearest rail station is Barnes. The local shops are within walking distance from the college. Richmond Park, Wimbledon Common and Kew Gardens are all close by.
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The Thistle Westminster Hotel, with LateRooms.com Centrally located in Victoria, close to Buckingham Palace, the Royal Mews and St James Park - the Thistle Westminster is ideal for business and leisure guests and is a perfect option for families. It is easily accessible by road, rail, coach and underground and within walking distance of Trafalgar Square, the Houses of Parliament, theatres and the West End shopping areas.
Rochester Hotel, with LateRooms.com Overlooking the leafy expanse of Westminster's Vincent Square the distinguished Rochester Hotel is a model of restraint. The Rochester welcomes the discerning travellers with the charm and elegance of a traditional private club an oasis of calm yet just moments from Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament and London's world renowned shops, theatres and parks
Captured on camera on buckingham palace garden....It remind us of the rule of the jungle.....SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST
Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, hosts a reception for the various world leaders and dignitaries from the G-20 at Buckingham Palace; seen as an opportunity to further discuss the issues away from the negotiating tables.
Michelle Obama touches the Queen of England today in what some are describing as the biggest event at Buckingham Palace since Harry and William graduated.
Another adventure in London kicking off with a quick walk to Kensington gardens followed by a night tour of East London and tracing the steps of the worlds first serial killer in Jack The Ripper.. Then a fun night drive around Buckingham Palace with Johny Webb and the boys.
She really surprised all of them when she went on to that stage and sang that song and we have all fallen in love with her voice silly people of engalnd if they had gave her lots of votes she would have won the competion didnt become ill and gone to sing to the Queen in Buckingham Palace but now she is in hospital in second place. I have become her fan of her voice
Sidney Hotel London - Victoria is one of the budget hotels in Central London, UK. As we are near to the London attractions such as Buckingham Palace, Royal Albert Hall, Victoria station, London Eye and Harrods, you can visit these attractions easily.
Visit London recreates 17th century royal game that gave Pall Mall its name. Today for the first time in four hundred years, a game of “Paille Maille” will be played in the area that eventually led to the naming of the world famous Pall Mall in central London. Taking place in the shadow of Buckingham Palace, the recreation event will be open to Londoners and visitors who will have a chance to play this historic game, enjoyed centuries ago by King Charles II when central London was still green fields.
An historic exhibition celebrating the Queen and the Commonwealth- and highlighting the royal tours undertaken by Her Majesty over the past 50 years- has opened at the most appropriate location: Buckingham Palace.
Anjem Choudary, the man behind Islam4uk, wants to turn Buckingham Palace into a mosque, impose sharia law in the UK, and destroy Britain’s porn industry. We took him for a milkshake (his favourite is chocolate). Click through to watch a movie of our date.
Located in central London closed to Buckingham palace and near Victoria Station within walking distance.Bar, Wi-Fi internet connection available in the hotel. Visit - http://www.sidneyhotel.com/
Original ideas for a first date from lovestruck.com . From Holland Park, to the National Art Gallery to St. James Park and Buckingham Palace.
British actor Patrick Stewart was knighted by Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace yesterday.