Boasting more than a few London landmarks, Westminster is a distinct political and cultural epicenter. Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace (God Save the Queen), and the United Kingdom’s House of Parliament all share the cobblestoned lanes under Big Ben’s timely shadow. Perched along the north bank of the River Thames, Westminster hosts a constant influx of briefcase-carrying policymakers and camera-wielding pedestrians along its endlessly busy-by-day corridors.See 89 places to stay Save this neighborhood
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Once you get here you can pretty much walk everywhere! The Thames, Tate Britain, Michelin starred restaurants, Belgravia, Chelsea, Hyde Park, St James Park and the West End are all within easy walking distance. There are great local restaurants and cute pubs close by too."
A Royal Neighbor
For exercise-lovers, you are three minutes jog from the contiguous green areas of St. James' Park, Green Park and Hyde Park with great 5, 10, 20 k circuits."
Westminster from the Sky
Business As Usual
The Quiet Side of Westminster
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After living his first twenty something years in the great land of Michigan, Tec Petaja traveled throughout central Asia, lived in Indiana and Hawaii, and finally found a home in Nashville, Tennessee where he currently resides with his wife.