Ashling Tara Hotel

Address: 50 Rosenhill, Sutton, Surrey, England, SM1 3EU, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 50 Rosenhill, Sutton, is near Triyoga, Juniper Hall Field Centre, Sutton Junior Tennis Club, and Little Holland House.
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    Travel Blogs from Sutton

    How to travel from Heathrow Airport to London

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Mar 11, 2015

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    ... been to the international capital city, then it will be pretty hard for you to understand how much big this city is. In fact every aspect about this city tends to look extremely large and
    grandiose. While visiting London, you will have to make your way towards exploring the busiest airport of Heathrow at some point. This extensively vast sized airport is mainly located on the outskirts of the western end of London. There are plenty ...


    A travel blog entry by bethany_ on Feb 03, 2015

    I dont think Id ever even be able to put into words the emotions I felt whilst on the aeroplane. Eventhough I left so abruptly, it felt so right as I really had just had enough by this point. Lack of money and friendships being challenged I just didnt see a point in being unhappy anymore when I really shouldve been having the time of my life, so it was the best decision to end this chapter for now and hopefully revisit the places I missed out ...

    Tower of London & Shopping

    A travel blog entry by kyliep on Nov 26, 2014

    After a bit of a sleep in this morning we took the underground to the Tower of London. Unfortunately today was a cold & foggy, you could hardly see the tops of the buildings. The Tower of London was first built in 1066 and has mainly been used as a prison and place of execution. We first went on a tour with one of the Yeoman Wardens who told us about the people who have been executed at the tower. It seems quite a few ...

    The British Museum and The London Eye

    A travel blog entry by levos on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... purchased our tickets. We were in 'bubble' number 18 with about 15 others. The view of the city all lit up was beautiful. We have really enjoyed our time in London.
    We headed home via M&M World in Leister Square, yes a world dedicated to all things M&Ms! I have to say the smell of chocolate inside on all 4 floors gave me a headache.

    Tomorrow is our last day in London but we have great things planned!

    Love and smiles

    Tower of London Day!

    A travel blog entry by u2shadow on Sep 02, 2014

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    ... to 4pm. We decided to go over to a store hubby loves to visit - Forbidden Planet - for all you fantasy and sci-fi geeks out there. I like it because across the road is Hotel Chocolat. I had to pick up a gift for my sister, who we were going to see the next day (a Nutella like hazelnut spread) and they have an amazing assortment of chocolate and it was 3.99 and if you bought more then 3 it was 3 GBP each. So I couldn't decide (I ...