Address: 69 Vauxhall Grove, London, England, SW8 1TA, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the London Southwest area of London, is near Tate Britain, Ascot Racecourse, New Covent Garden Market, and Museum of Garden History.
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    Travel Blogs from London

    ANZAC day

    A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Apr 25, 2015

    24 photos

    ... ceremony books on our seats and the organ started playing tunes at 11:45am. It was whilst reading the programme and looking at the tiles of VIP guests that I realised the Queen and Prince Phillip will attend!!

    As I sit watching the guests I start to realise how big of a deal this ceremony is. I watch Nick Clegg, David Cameron, Alexander Downer, Kevin Rudd and .... Walk in with their wives. There was also portent reps from NZ and ...

    The sceptre makes it to London

    A travel blog entry by bvrlymm on Apr 15, 2015

    5 comments, 36 photos

    ... fact that I was the one to pick up the wrong package, it is really Craig's fault for buying it in the first place.

    Nevertheless, the sceptre makes it to London. As do we.

    Although VERY different from Africa, London is a remarkable city and we are enjoying the energy, vibrancy and diversity. A wee bit expensive, so it is good that we are only here for 3 days.

    We spend an evening with our friends Donna & Ron and their ...

    Third day in London

    A travel blog entry by blanche.lea on Sep 29, 2014

    19 photos

    ... long enough to take some pictures of the kids in the fun chairs and then walked through the park which is huge.
    We came upon a playground which was built in honor of Lady Diana and is one of the nicest most interactive playgrounds I have ever been in. We spent quite a long time exploring and playing in there. They do not let you in unless you have ...

    A little day

    A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Aug 03, 2014

    5 photos

    ... together. The richness of the culture here added to our walks- women in traditional hijab played so or with their sons or daughters, Rastafarians swung in the parks with their children, groups of Englishmen crowded around iPhones and Buddhist monks walked the gardens. The kiwis and Aussies were blended in too, walking and running past after long hours in offices and those hot, crowded tube stations. We had a soup for tea and chatted to our ...

    A Last Look at London

    A travel blog entry by barbeisele on Jul 21, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... remember my cousin Bill Travers' absolute amazement at the transformation. Too bad we didn't take any photos as the modern buildings are stunningly beautiful. Once we arrived at Greenwich, we had quite a walk through the town and across the park to our destination, but it was certainly worth it. While I waited in line with all the other tourists to take pictures of us on the Prime Meridian, Bob and Josh toured the original observatory building that was designed ...