Captain Bligh House

Address: 100 Lambeth Road, London, England, SE1 7PT, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the South Bank/Bankside area of London, is near Imperial War Museum, Florence Nightingale Museum, Fleet Street, and Lower Marsh South Bank Market.
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      A sad adieu

      A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 16, 2014


      We bid Wales - and the small town, high nature side of our trip goodbye today and are embracing the last 10 countdown days of our trip, based in London. We are staying in a lovely suite, 4 flights up, in a place called Captain Bligh House. It is run by a couple our age who are singers, actors, voice teacher and comedienne. We have a large living …

      St Pat, Reg, beautiful fabrics plus more....

      A travel blog entry by clakiwi on Mar 22, 2015

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      ... to deposit into UK bank account, only to have block placed on NZ card - again. Second time it has happened now and should have been well within the daily limit. Seemingly no other trigger reason they could think of. Card unblocked. Did another withdrawal a couple of days later and same thing happened - card blocked for the 3rd time. Now getting rather sick of this. Turns out daily limit for the UK has been reduced and staff at OneSmart have ...

      Best Summer Music Festivals in Europe

      A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Jan 28, 2015

      ... the way a festival should be, and all others have simply been following in its shadow ever since. Yes there will be queues to get in, yes there will probably be terrible weather and you may find yourself wallowing in mud, but that just adds to the atmosphere which you will find takes on a whole other level once you step through the entrance gate. This year the festival takes place on 24-28 June and the line up has yet to be released although judging by last ...

      My London London bridge wanna come down...

      A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Sep 14, 2014

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      ... home on the underground alone. I want so badly to know when I'll be able to see her again, she's going to be flat out the next few weeks, I hope she doesn't forget about me when she's surrounded by people and work and partying. I feel like I'm completely out of hyperbolic adjectives to fall back on in describing this girl, I laugh at the fact she thought I was perfect, right now it looks to me like she's the perfect one. I fall asleep, not wishing for lotto winnings, just wishing ...

      Day 2 - Morning

      A travel blog entry by the10s on Sep 07, 2014

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      It's a foggy day in London Town, good thing we aren't going to the British Museum. (Small joke for all you Sinatra and Buble' fans) After sleeping for almost 11 hours I woke to the soft ringing of Ben as he struck 7. What a perfect wake up call. I woke Justin and he headed up to swim before breakfast. Today should bring Monet, van Gogh, and many more at the National Gallery, then on to dinosaurs, butterflies at the Natural History Museum. ...