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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Peckham Lodge London
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... search of a coffee shop to have a sandwich. I didn't have to search too far and I sit down and order a coffee and sandwich. I check my Facebook, text David that I broke the budget shopping at Liberty, finish my meal and stroll along Regent Street soaking London in until my feet hurt. It's back to Oxford Circus to hop on the tube to Vauxhall, change to the overground to Putney, a short stroll and I'm back at Norroy Rd.
... of paper that also said entirely different things.
"Where do I go to catch this train." That period there is on purpose. I was too angry to ask questions. I was all demands now.
He told me what to do and I turned around and left. No "thank you" for that guy. He didn't deserve it. As I hurried toward the platform I was supposed to get on I dropped one of the million ticket stubs I'd been given. Someone caught my attention and pointed to it on the ...
... become accustomed – a fun little change in scenery! And after a full day of
roaming around, I settled back into my hotel room and around midnight there was
an exciting knock at my door – my parents had arrived!!! It was so exciting to
see them after having been in different continents for the past month! Having
all had very short night sleeps on our respective mode of transportation, we
called it a day, ready for our first real day in the great city of London. ...
We awoke to a wet London morning and set out for the Tower of London. The dreary weather set the atmosphere for the tales of imprisonment and execution at the historic castle which dates back to 1066. The peak period of the castle's use as a prison was the 16th and 17th centuries but it was actually a grand palace early in its history, serving as a royal residence. It doesn't have cells or dungeons but because it was so secure ...
... This station is a short walk up to Trafalgar Square where the National Gallery is located. There are crowds everywhere and roads blocked off. What is happening here ??? There are massive amounts of people gathered in Trafalgar Square .. there are helicopters flying over head. There is a huge screen .. showing the Tour de France... which is going straight through London at this very moment. Very cool. We head up through the crowd to the National Gallery. It's ...