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Kensington, London, where Eliza and Wellington investigated in the Janus Affair

South Kensington (A Fashionista's Guide)

South Kensington (A Fashionista's Guide)

Dream Homes . Georgetown in Washington DC has homes w this look. Love the look of all the row homes!

Hyde Park London, one of the best spots to visit in London and Kensington. Click through for a full list of the best spots to visit in Kensington!

top ten cities for 2017 Hyde Park London, one of the best spots to visit in London and Kensington. Click through for a full list of the best spots to visit in Kensington!

The Churchill Arms

Churchill Arms, famous pub in Kensington, London, England. Built in You would never guess this place is also an amazing Thai restaurant! Some of the best pad thai in London

Lovely colorful houses in Cranley Mews in South Kensington, London

Lovely colorful houses in Cranley Mews in South Kensington, London

From the Kensington mews to the cobbled lanes in Hampstead, these are the prettiest streets in London.

Prettiest Streets in London - 7 You Have to Explore

From the Kensington mews to the cobbled lanes in Hampstead, I love the city& quiet corners. Today I bring you my guide to the prettiest streets in London.

Canning Place Mews, Kensington, London

Self-Guided Walk in Kensington - A Lovely London Walk

This self-guided walk in Kensington will take you through the best of the area's back streets and mews. It shows this London neighborhood at its loveliest.

The Natural History Museum in South Kensington, London is a special place and taking a wander – even on a busy weekend day – was a walk down memory lane. I was intrigued to learn that the Museum first opened its doors on 18 April 1881, but its origins stretch back to 1753 and the generous offer of a renowned doctor, Sir Hans Sloane.

The Natural History Museum, London: A Walk Through Time

The Natural History Museum in South Kensington, London is a special place and taking a wander – even on a busy weekend day – was a walk down memory lane. I was intrigued to learn that the Museum first opened its doors on 18 April 1881, but its origins stretch back to 1753 and the generous offer of a renowned doctor, Sir Hans Sloane.

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