Morgan Guest House

Address: 120 Ebury Street, London, England, SW1W 9QU, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Westminster/Belgravia area of London, is near Saatchi Gallery, London Tourist Board, Royal Court Theatre, and Southwark.
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One Final Day in London

A travel blog entry by rickandluann on May 06, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

London, England - May 6th
Morgan House B&B

After a wonderful stroll down memory lane in Bury St. Edmunds it was time to get back to London, if only for just one more day.

Having failed twice before, we're determined to get into Westminster Abbey. The plan is to be in line before the Abbey opens this morning. That was …

A Taste of London

A travel blog entry by bron.masterman on Jul 30, 2014

Today I had an amazing taste of what London has to offer for tourists of any age. This city truly is an amazing place! After a leisurely buffet breakfast in the hotel's restaurant, I took the London Underground (the train) to Madame Tussauds (a very famous wax museum).

Many millions of people have flocked through the doors of Madame Tussauds since it first opened in London over ...

Tourists in London.

A travel blog entry by lisastellwagen on Jun 04, 2014

4 photos

We had a great rest last nite and slept off the jet lag, then up early to sightsee. We went to the British museum which is almost next door. Free too. They have massive amounts of materials but a valuable historical room that is well annotated. So we saw, in one room, the Magna Carta (1215), musical compositions in their own hand, Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin. Amazing. A Gutenberg bible, galileos first book, captain cooks log book, a 4th century bible with corrections in ...

The Journey

A travel blog entry by rachelgerrish on Apr 06, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... Rotarian), Jane Gardener (head teacher of Carrington school) Matthew Selsdon (Bardwell special needs school teacher) Paul Dendy (works for the military/Jan's husband) Jan Dendy (mentor at Carrington) Amelia and Karli Dendy (Jan and Paul's daughters) Myself (Rotoract) Carrie Anne Holmes (Rotoract) Emily Cubitt (Rotoract) Rhian Comley (Rotoract) Brandon McDonnell (interact) Ben singleton (interact) Ryan Todd (interact) Michael Thridgould ...

Day 7: The One With the Broken Foot

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Dec 29, 2013

19 photos

... to experience--especially at Christmas, when the lights get strung up above the street and the whole place takes on such a festive feel.

We weaved back and forth across Oxford Street a half dozen times, giving us lots of opportunities for photos before heading south again down Regent Street to see their lights on the way to The Strand, which ferried us along the Thames until it was time to actually cross over the river via ...