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St. Pancras Renaissance (formerly, Midland Grand) Hotel, London

St. Pancras Renaissance (formerly, Midland Grand) Hotel, London

Tower Bridge—probably the most photographed London bridge—was  completed in 1894.

Tower Bridge—probably the most photographed London bridge—was completed in 1894.

HOTEL|ハンガリー・ブダペストのホテル>1906年築のホテル>フォーシーズンズ ホテル グレシャム パレス ブダペスト(Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest)

HOTEL|ハンガリー>ブダペストのホテル>1906年築のホテル>フォーシーズンズ ホテル グレシャム パレス ブダペスト(Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest)

HOTEL|ハンガリー・ブダペストのホテル>1906年築のホテル>フォーシーズンズ ホテル グレシャム パレス ブダペスト(Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest)

Staircases in St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London, England

Staircases in St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London, England

Palace of Westminster, London, England

Palace of Westminster, London, England

Buckingham Palace - Changing of the guard is daily at 11:30am in June, but get there early for good visibility

Buckingham Palace - Changing of the guard is daily at 11:30am in June, but get there early for good visibility

Victoria Park London

Victoria Park London

Christchurch, New Zealand http://media-cache3.pinterest.com/upload/202662051951206514_2YhhUWNH_f.jpg louisemay places i ve visited

Christchurch, New Zealand http://media-cache3.pinterest.com/upload/202662051951206514_2YhhUWNH_f.jpg louisemay places i ve visited

London Seven Dials 1700s Huguenots silversmiths lived in the neighborhood, concentrated around Soho in the West End. Francis Harrache, John Derussat I and John Derussat III lived and worked in very narrow area around Seventh Dial near Covent Garden (William Hodges draw the place in 1780). Abraham Harache (1661-1722), the father of Francis Harrache, emigrated and settled at Compton Street in 1686 as a smallworker goldsmith (producing mostly spoons and snuff boxes)

London Seven Dials 1700s Huguenots silversmiths lived in the neighborhood, concentrated around Soho in the West End. Francis Harrache, John Derussat I and John Derussat III lived and worked in very narrow area around Seventh Dial near Covent Garden (William Hodges draw the place in 1780). Abraham Harache (1661-1722), the father of Francis Harrache, emigrated and settled at Compton Street in 1686 as a smallworker goldsmith (producing mostly spoons and snuff boxes)

Stone Gallery, Saint Paul’s Cathedral, London,... | Creative Travel Spot

Stone Gallery, Saint Paul’s Cathedral, London,... | Creative Travel Spot

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