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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      Wax, walking and Matilda

      A travel blog entry by lahra on Sep 23, 2014

      1 comment, 24 photos

      ... the Manchester United t-shirt he wanted.

      Bond St is much fancier and was a lovely stroll past beautifully presented merchandise.

      We then headed for Fortum & Mason where Kate Rae was waiting for us to share High Tea. It was really a lovely atmosphere and we all had such a great time. It's the second high tea this trip, and once again this experience represented lunch and dinner. Everything was so beautifully presented - ...

      The South Bank!

      A travel blog entry by clos485 on Sep 17, 2014

      7 photos

      ... I was off to the Southwark Cathedral, on the walk down I was able to see the very modern city hall as well as the HMS Belfast. The cathedral was stunning on the inside, I wish I was able to take pictures, but they required a donation of 2 pounds, and I really didn't feel like paying it to just photograph the inside. Two of the most interesting things about the cathedral was the Harvard chapel in which the founder of Harvard was baptized in 1608, the ...

      The Tower of London

      A travel blog entry by levos on Sep 15, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... crown. One does not always like to wear the heavy crown does one! We also saw the Sovereign's Sceptre with the 530.2 carat Great Star of Africa diamond at its top. This diamond remains the largest colourless cut diamond in the world. Zoe and I both fancied one! The gift shop didn't sell them unfortunately!

      We joined a Yeomen Guard (beefeater) tour all around the tower, it was highly amusing and informative. After the 1 hour tour ...

      LONDON DAY 1

      A travel blog entry by titho on Jul 12, 2014

      Woke to a cool morning around 20deg with a full days sight-seeing planned. A great breakfast to start the day off at The Pompidou Cafe - run by 3 Algerian brothers (eve of the World Cup) who cooked a tasty brekky of ham and eggs and all the trimmings. For around £6ea. Including coffee, this was our morning ritual before heading off for the day. Purchased our £ 32 all-day ...

      The adventure ends here....our final blog entry!

      A travel blog entry by bridgetluke on May 12, 2014

      1 photo

      ... The Omelette man - Cheap everything - Different clothes to buy - Kids playing outside - Chipmunks and Monkeys swinging through the trees - The most amazing beaches - Not having to set an alarm most days - Getting new stamps in our passport - Music blaring out on the Indian and Sri Lankan buses Things we won't miss; - Mozzie and sand fly bites! - Constant sweating - People spitting and using the street as a toilet - Uncomfy ...