69thegrove

69 Vauxhall Grove, London, England, SW8 1TA, United Kingdom | B&B
Prices starting from $140.00
 

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A sunny day back in London

A travel blog entry by anne.nathan

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... unless we do an interesting side trip - like to Ireland or Shropshire. Or a day trip - like to Great Brington!

I love traveling by rail and I'd use Eurail again. I think next time we'll go at a slower pace. Not a continuous pass maybe (or a longer one if we do, so we can spend longer in one town without thinking we're not getting our money's worth! lol). Or even a restricted country pass - and base ourselves at one place for say 5 days at a time. Who knows.
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Racing Achievements

A travel blog entry by mccloskey

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I have seen and done so much since getting back from Wales and time has just flown by because of it (dear god, I sound so old).

To start, I went to both Covent Garden market and Borough Market for solo-exploring on Saturday morning. I also went and checked out a couple more cafés from my never ending list and had an excellent espresso that I will definitely return for (that is saying something here in London!) On Sunday, I woke up early to go ...

Within wandering of the apartment

A travel blog entry by teambargey

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... than the Crown Jewels. On the way out, the Gift Shop was pulling on Juls' sense of monarchist.  Plates, cups, teapots, jewelry, books, cushions and more seemed to be singing some siren song to her, "take me home, I want to come with you...take me home, I want to be yours."  A few small items did jump into her bag, but she also noted the website where she can stare to her heart's content (as well as my wallet). The walk to V&A was going to be about 20 mins, but ...

The Monument

A travel blog entry by terry-christina

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... then walked across to Carnaby Street. It is also a shadow of its former self, quite disappointing.

But, fortuitously, that most gorgeous of all London stores, Liberty, is on the corner of Carnaby Street, so we ogled at its Tudor Revival exterior and its luxury goods inside. I didn't buy anything.

We came home by Tube and bus, and finished the day by sharing a slice of pineapple and fresh cream sponge cake from Brick Lane. Then I made a fruit salad for ...

Didn't see the Queen

A travel blog entry by leighroy

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... intervention, some weird sort of Darwinian selection, an innate survival mechanism, luck?

In contrast #1d’s world of order - methodical, organised and a fine navigator. Makes you muse about nature & nurture or just plain irrelevance.

Uas is of course the epitome of cool organisation and cultural sensitivity in all things. (Lost camera on London tube, look of bemused confusion on the face of a waiter in ...

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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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