Sanderson at the Langham Hotel | Actonbooks

The Civil War was a memory. In the first five years after the war’s end, many of the carpetbaggers and scalawags had been found out by resentful losers reposed in the Southern States and so some of thos…

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2 thoughts on “Sanderson at the Langham Hotel | Actonbooks

  1. I used to walk past this hotel almost every day, on my way home from work. As you know, it is directly opposite the BBC building, and All Souls Church. It was refurbished extensively less than twenty years ago, and is now owned by a Chinese company. Prices are very high there, with the cheapest room commanding some £400 a night, and the afternoon High Tea costing £50 per person.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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