The Coach House

Address: 2 Tunley Road, London, England, SW17 7QJ, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Westminster/Belgravia area of London, is near The O2, Royal Mews, Docklands Light Railway, and The Place.
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        Spending time in Greenwich

        A travel blog entry by jacquidaly on Oct 11, 2015

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        ... Square but got waylaid by a demonstration, which was a bit scary. A passionate ( but peaceful) crowd, angry chanting which I couldn't understand because I forgot to brush up on my Turkish before I left, and lots of police presence. We decided to divert and go have a Sunday roast instead *shrugs* what else do you do. After our Tunch ( cross between lunch and tea) we wandered over to Buck Palace to pay our respects to ...

        Day 5

        A travel blog entry by harryjl on Aug 27, 2015

        5 photos

        ... of its towers has so much detail put in to it. We hoped off the boat and went on to Buckingham Palace.
        It is so big it has 175 rooms that is like 20 rooms for everyone in the royal family plus offices. There are guards guarding every gate and police at the gates with big rifles and machine guns.
        We eventually we caught a bus and went home for dinner and had spaghetti carbonara I loved it. ...

        In the Countryside

        A travel blog entry by jwert02 on Jun 26, 2015

        13 photos

        So on Friday we took a National Premier Tour out into County Kent and took in a number of sites. The Bus Station was absolutely huge and unbelievably busy. It didn't help we misunderstood the directions and sent to King's Cross. After a quick panic, we sped out to Victoria Station and then walked to the Victoria Coach Station. From there it was a piece of cake and Premier Tours was awesome. Our guide Dan was quite funny and gave us many good tales of ...

        Advice on Individual Rights in Europe

        A travel blog entry by sean_emily on May 30, 2015

        2 photos

        ... br>
        When Audrey arrived we submitted our letter of introduction, and our two passports (United States and Canada respectively, this earned us a quizzical glance from the guard). From there we went into another room where we had to empty our pockets, unroll our sleeves, walk through a metal detector and have our bodies patted down. Everything we carried went in a locker, other than pen and paper. “Room three,” the guard murmured, and “Ms. Your hand ...

        Off to get a visa

        A travel blog entry by derrick241 on May 27, 2015

        10 comments, 17 photos

        ... its going to take some time until we actually get there, plus its been a long time since I have been into London, especially SW7 area

        After a very boring underground journey (amazing how quiet it was, people either had earphones in or played games on phones, ipods or tablets, no one spoke)

        Things have really changed in Notting Hill since I last went there, lots of antique shops, comic and book shops, lots of very up market shops, even sushi restaurants, I ...