Elizabeth House B&B

118 - 120 Warwick Way, Victoria, London, England, SW1V 1JB, United Kingdom | B&B
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London Eye, Buckingham Palace & Westminster Ab

A travel blog entry by 5plimmers


... wait till my speech. We got on the Eye with it taking 30 mins for one round and it moves 26cm per second. We saw some amazing views like the Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and Wembley Stadium in the distance. We sadly had to get off after I finished my speech - I wanted to go around again! My mum then rushed us to see the changing of guards at St James Park. When we finally got there we sat down and nothing ...

Farewell to old England...

A travel blog entry by karlya

... fancies, I was already starting to get a feel for this place! Outside, I was greeted by my host from the guesthouse, to take me to my night's accommodation in Durban. On the way, we had a chat about what I was doing, I mentioned that I would be in South Africa for four weeks, and he responded "Wow, I can't imagine spending that long away from my family". I think this pretty much sums up the attitude ...

Lovely, Lovely Sunday

A travel blog entry by traveling_light


... Pond, and the sweet Duck Pond Cottage.

The War Rooms were great; the bunker where Churchill and his Cabinet lived and worked during the bombings. I know we do what we have to in this life, but the British went through so much more than I ever hope to imagine in both World Wars.

When I came out of the museum and was retracing my steps--EUREKA! I could see at the Horse Guards Parades and there were two groups of guards and a whole bunch of tourists and ...

All will be revealed

A travel blog entry by ktmason


... br> Westminster itself is an amazing building, a real feat of architecture. It's big, it's huge, it's large and amazing. The whole inside is filled with carvings and graves and shrines to some of the most famous people ever. We saw the tomb of Elizabeth 1 & her sister Mary, we saw Isaac Newton and Oliver Cromwell and Henry V11 and Geoffrey Chaucer. In an area called poets corner we found memorials to Shakespeare, The Bronte Sisters, Jane Austen, George Elliot and even ...

Whatever Yanks do in Jolly Ol' - aka, London Day!

A travel blog entry by adamel


... I had two hours of free time. Everyone else went to have thai food for dinner, but as I explained to them, I can get take-out at home. I want to see LONDON! So I tried stopping by the Churchill War Rooms, but the line was super long to get in. So then I decided to make a try for Westminster Abbey. I have tried on two different occasions over the last three years to get in to Westminster Abbey, and each time I was turned away for ...

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This B&B, located in the Westminster/Belgravia area of London, is near Jack the Ripper Walking Tour with Golden Tours, London Tourist Board, Southwark, and Queen Mother Sports Centre.
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