Hare & Hounds Campsite

278 Lea Bridge Road, London, England, E107LD, United Kingdom | Campground
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Travel Blogs from London

Day 4: The One With the Boys in Blue

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv


... also polished off a bag of stroopwafels and shortbread while watching "classic" US television (which, for whatever reason, the English believe consists solely of reruns of "How I Met Your Mother") for the rest of the evening.

We never did watch Death Comes to Pemberley. Lindsay "took a nap" at 7:15PM and Aidan joined up at 8 or so, which means that currently it's 1:45AM and neither one of us is able to go back to sleep.

Wish us luck...

London First Contact

A travel blog entry by kaitlynwaldie

... From here i had a wander around the local shops as i had some time to kill before checking in to my backpackers, by this time was starting to realize how insanely tired i was, 27 hours of travelling with minimal sleep was taking its toll. I made my way into Kennington and found the backpackers where i was booked in, unfortunately they told me i was still 2 hours away from being able to check in. I wandered to a local park, where i was surprised to find instead of goals or ...

"Except for that, Mrs. Lincoln, how was the play?"

A travel blog entry by traveling_light


... a path all written down to follow from a wonderful *London Walks* set, but wandered off while I was trying to find the Diana Memorial Fountain...never really lost, but *surprised* to find myself on Kensington High St, so decided I need to knock off the Albert Memorial while I was in the area.

I fell in love with the monarchy during the Charles-Diana days and the first time I came to London wandered all over Hyde Park (it's big and I was huge, thought I would ...

Day one 20/09/13 heathrow

A travel blog entry by zoegilbert1990

Woke up early hours in the morning,not feeling much in any way of worry,had a good journey to the airport with no major delays atal..I had already said my goodbyes from home which was sad but I had no doubts in knowing that this was what I wanted to do. We arrived at heathrow airport at approximately 10am where I said my final 'see you soon' to my dad which was horrible but I felt empowered at the same ...

London: Part II

A travel blog entry by robchurch


... Spiritual are composed of the senior bishops of the Church of England. The House of Commons are all elected by the people. The monarch is advised by the outgoing Prime Minister as to whom she should offer the position next.

Some quirky things that we learned about include their voting practices. First, if an issue requires a vote, the speaker calls upon all those in favor who yell "content!" or "not content!" Then, if a distinguishable difference is ...


This campground, located on 278 Lea Bridge Road, London, is near Walthamstow Market, Victoria Park, Hackney Empire, and Sutton House.
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