Number 37

37 Burney St. , London, England, SE10 8EX, United Kingdom | B&B
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London - Waiting...

A travel blog entry by grant_julie


... feel like our trip has started until she is here with us. Myth Busting The British serve their beer warm and flat.... Fallacy.... sort of.... Larger are served cold and frosty. Jules has taken a liking to Fullers Honey Dew. Ales are served at room temperature as they are live ales and to chill them would kill them. They are not, generally, sparkling, but swirl them around and you can see the life in the fluid and they are very flavoursome. They do take a little getting used ...

Bumper People and Eerie Tube Stations

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

... the queue to go into the station is so thick that we decide we will just walk until we find another station or a cab, whichever comes first.

Unfortunately, we have to "swim upstream" against a very solid mass of shouting fans and drunken fans and theatre buffs. A policeman at one of the entrances tells us to walk up the street to find Tottenham Court Tube Station and we can get back to Waterloo from there. One would think that as we got a block ...


A travel blog entry by carpefeline

... glum, and sad. Yes, mangosteens are that good.

No plans to go into London for probably the next month or so. drat it all. I will ...

Merry Christmas

A travel blog entry by sindlen

... Jones' Diary with the festive picture on the front - they are very popular here, not so popular in a New Zealand summer Christmas). This one was home made and had poinsettia bits, tinsel, flashing lights and when he put his arms out baubles hung down from his arms. He showed all in the pub/boat. Ed enjoyed the fact that there were two pub/boat cats, and that turkey and stuffing flavour crisps were on offer! We ...

Visiting Greenwich with Ross

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw


... standing on it. But it also home to Royal Astronomers and has galleries of historical clocks and telescopes. We ventured around amazed at all the different forms of sundials, my favourite being a pair of dolphins who's overlapping tails tells the time. Inside one of the buildings was the museum of clocks, which were in time for a detailed lecture about the development of clocks and therefore navigation. Suprisingly it was the most fascinating talk I ...

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This B&B, located in the South Bank/Bankside area of London, is near Greenwich, Kew Bridge Steam Museum, Guildhall, and Langham Place.
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