Think SE1 Apartments

Address: 169 Tower Bridge Road, London, England, SE1 3NA, United Kingdom | 4 star condo
 
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This 4 star condo, located in the South Bank/Bankside area of London, is near Tower Bridge, HMS Belfast, Winston Churchill's Britain at War Museum, and Fashion & Textile Museum.
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    Big Red Bus

    A travel blog entry by brown_family on Mar 22, 2015

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    ... hanging out, people watching, and of course taking pictures. We went back to a pub by Piccadilly Circus for lunch (which ended up not being very good but looked cool) and then grabbed the bus for more touring. We stayed on for a route throughout the city hitting all the main sites and crossing over the Tower bridge and back. The only hard thing about the tour bus is that it takes a long time. When, after about 2 ish hours, we circled back to the Buckingham gardens (where we had ...

    London Dungeon - The attraction to visit this yea

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Jan 28, 2015

    ... adjacent to the London Sea Life Aquarium (in case you fancy something more light-hearted after your experience!) A visit to the London Dungeon takes, on average, 90 minutes and passes you through 1,000 years of London's gory history. There are 360 different sets, 18 interactive shows, 20 live actors as well as numerous special effects and plenty of opportunity to scream, or laugh yourself silly. The ...

    Visas 'R Us

    A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Jan 26, 2015

    ... br> I will then be spending my days at the Thai, Cambodian and Vietnam Embassies. Fingers crossed they don't get iffy with letters in boxes. You don't normally need to get a Thai visa in advance with a British Passport, but because we're spending most of March in Northern Thailand and then coming back and spending most of May in Southern Thailand, we have to apply for 2 entries otherwise we only get 15 days the second time and we need a month. Luckily Thai visa's take 24 hours ...

    India... Incredible India... :-)

    A travel blog entry by elliottjulia on Jan 11, 2015

    ... life... On my way to the airport, I was reflecting on my experiences in India and comparing them with my expectations. I was also comparing it with my trip to China which was another culture shock country I've visited. Whilst China experience was "great to see what this beast is about, but would prefer to never go there again", India was more like "it was amazing and distressing at times, but i would love to see more and experience more of India again at some ...

    The Tower of London!!

    A travel blog entry by ourbigadventure on Oct 01, 2014

    ... again to be loaded later) and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The Beefeaters still wander the grounds in their traditional garb which look great. The sculpture to Anne Boleyn's and other beheading is slightly weird looking (looks like a glass cushion - fyi: apparently AB was beheaded using a sword and not the traditional axe as a sign of her previous importance to the King). The boys found the various torture devices a bit ...