The Bed and Breakfast Club

Address: Suite 192, London, England, SW10 0BB, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Westminster/Belgravia area of London, is near Carlyle's House, Bluebird-The King's Road Gastrodrome, Rococo, and Steinberg & Tolkien.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Bed and Breakfast Club London

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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Living in London Part 1

A travel blog entry by fwyatt on Apr 06, 2015

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... and a number, just waltz into vodafone and you'll be out in no time... 5 hours later and 2 phones and 2 separate numbers, I can finally get on tinder. Now for work. that's a story in itself, lets just say the schools are different, the kids are different and the teaching is MUCH different. But hey, its all about the learning experience and the journey isn't it? Except when you get paper thrown at you by 12 year olds and are crying on the way home on ...

Day 20 - Bath to London

A travel blog entry by adamis on Feb 20, 2015

... Paddington station.

I'm staying right next to Paddington station as well, as my flight back to Australia leaves at 0915 on Sunday morning, which means I'd have to be at the airport before the tube starts running! Luckily for me there's trains that run from Paddington to Heathrow that start earlier in the day. Also luckily for me, I not only got upgraded to a double room, but it was ready for me when I got there, about two ...

Dealing With Rain on Long Distance Cycling Trip

A travel blog entry by stuartclock on Jan 07, 2015

... be an advantage, as it will give you increased grip on the road.

Ride Defensively and Brake Carefully

One of the most dangerous situations when riding a bike in the rain, whether on short trips or long distance charity challenges, is if you have to break suddenly. This is when you will be more likely to lose your grip on the road and skid. In order to avoid having to break suddenly you ...

Getting Stuffed

A travel blog entry by cpb18 on Nov 19, 2014

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... was male, when I was scraping his balls off his skin with my thumb nail!

Thus ended the first half of the evening, just wash the skin in soapy water, pin it on a drying rack and let someone blow dry them whilst I enjoyed a rum and coke. A quick dip in borax and other chemicals and powders and wet work was done.

The remainder of the evening would be the stuffing. Taking the longest of the 5 pieces of wire we had been given we wrapped cotton wool around it to the ...

We made it

A travel blog entry by sleepydwarf on Sep 22, 2014

5 comments, 6 photos

... them to ones back home. The housing rows just out of the airport were really interesting and I don't remember ever seeing anything like them in Tasmania. They looked typically English. Luckily our hotel room was ready when we got there - this was worth the phone call before we left. A blissful shower was my first priority. I'd thought about having a shower in one of the transit airports, but once we were in the airports, it seemed like it was going to ...