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Hotel Name : Paddington Basin
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Type : See
Coordinates : 51.518581,-0.172894
Content : The rolling bridge is both a pedestrian walkway and work of art. Every Friday at noon, the 40-ft bridge curls up into an octagonal sculpture to allow boats to pass through the inlet. Designed by English designer Thomas Heatherwick, it’s believed to be the only bridge in the world that retracts in this manner. Don't be standing on it when it starts to curl!
Hotel Name : Little Venice
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Type : See
Coordinates : 51.521030,-0.182427
Content : It's easy to see why local resident and poet Robert Browning named this area north of Paddington. Little Venice is lined with weeping willows and beautiful Regency houses, while the water is dotted with colorful houseboats and birdlife. Enjoy the views from a waterbus or simply stroll along the 2.5-mile path, stopping at cafes, restaurants and pubs along the way.
Hotel Name : Artisan du Chocolat
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Type : See
Coordinates : 51.515244,-0.192361
Content : English sparkling wine truffles are just one of the reasons why you’ll want to stop by Artisan du Chocolat in Notting Hill. This small family business, led by an Irish chef who was trained as a chocolatier in Belgium, is dedicated to crafting high-quality treats that will have you hooked. And they have an online store so you can still get them once you leave!
Hotel Name : St. Mary’s Hospital
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Type : See
Coordinates : 51.517179,-0.173901
Content : Step back in time as you enter the small, cluttered laboratory within St. Mary’s Hospital, and stand in the very spot where Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin. The cramped quarters have been reconstructed to their 1928 conditions, and museum guides are on hand to help you relive the moment when Fleming accidently discovered the life-saving drug.
Hotel Name : Speaker’s Corner
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Type : Hear
Coordinates : 51.511917,-0.159377
Content : Every Sunday, in the corner of Hyde Park close to Marble Arch, you can hear people from all over the world discussing and debating life’s big ideas at Speaker’s Corner. This unique assembly makes a fascinating afternoon’s entertainment and a chance to hear what Londoners really think of the topics of the day.
Hotel Name : Frontline Club
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Type : Taste
Coordinates : 51.516947,-0.172498
Content : Set up by a former British news journalist, this bar and restaurant is a popular hangout for war correspondents, photographers and camera personnel. The restaurant itself is unpretentious and buzzy, with black and white prints decorating the walls. Locally sourced ingredients are used to create traditional local dishes, such as bubble and squeak and roast grouse.
Hotel Name : Monkey Puzzle Club
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Type : Taste
Coordinates : 51.516365,-0.169742
Content : Part of the charm of our boutique hotel in London is feeling like you’re part of the local community, so when you want to enjoy the quintessential British pub experience, we say head to the nearby Monkey Puzzle Pub. Enjoy a traditional classic with a quality ale or cider as you relax in the heated beer garden, or indoors amid stained glass and cozy nooks.