City View Hotel London

Address: 287 Cambridge Heath Road, London, England, E2 0EL , United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Bethnal Green area of London, is near Brick Lane, Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood, Whitechapel Bell Foundry, and York Hall Leisure Centre.
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    Match Day

    A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Feb 22, 2015


    ... chanting Chelsea songs on the train.

    I've never bought drugs on the street before (or anywhere else, for that matter), though I imagine that how you buy tickets in England off of scalpers has many similarities. Muffled tones, pulling people aside, out of view of police officers on horseback everywhere, subtle exchanges of tickets, season ticket cards, and bank notes bearing images of Darwin and the queen. Declined a few offers but finally got a ticket for ...

    Adrian, food, and history lessons

    A travel blog entry by jessica.schiesl on Dec 04, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... pops back out. As we stared down at our cart filled with sacks of potatoes, gallons of milk, and even a frozen turkey (plus a ton more of ingredients) I looked at her and said "we're taking this cart to your house". Sure enough, after we made it through the check out lanes we began to push the cart uphill towards Kathryn's house. She was making it seem like we were committing a hilarious felony but I promised I would push it back on my way to the bus stop. Adrian gave me ...

    Overland and Alone

    A travel blog entry by melanie1989 on Nov 05, 2014

    1 photo

    ... of nowhere in the pitch black surrounded by a group of rather shifty looking Colombian military with no weapon of defence other than my broken torch! first thoughts were "this would go down well with the family!" Through a fast paced half hour of trying to pretend I understood them through my very broken Spanish I seen a bright light shining above me before realising they had walked me right to the door of my hostel! At which point getting very freaked out how ...

    King Alfred's School

    A travel blog entry by ableak10 on Oct 10, 2014

    16 photos

    ... li>Tony installed a forge out the back of the D&T department. The forge is used for certain year groups and for choice activities. There is a balcksmith in residence also due to the popularity of the program.

  • The forge is used in a lot of instances for value added projects. For example in an English text there was reference to a character going to the forge to build an object. The class then attended the forge for the afternoon to build the object with ...

  • London Calling

    A travel blog entry by lorybelle on Sep 22, 2014

    4 photos

    ... moment, it's a feeling. I keep thinking "I know this feeling. I have felt it before." Because I remember it from study abroad. The feeling of a new, great adventure is bubbling up each time I turn a new corner. I am a stranger in a new place and though the language isn't really a barrier, it sort of is. I can't wait to see all the things, do visit all the places, to breathe the air of a new city over and over for the next two months.

    Love you all,