Think SE1 Apartments
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Think SE1 Apartments London
Travel Blogs from London
... Fraser Suites) and stayed a bit further away in a different area called, Kensington. So as we waited for check in time we had to go and drop our camera into a camera store for a quote on fixing it or figuring out why it’s not working. So we go straight towards a camera store that we had researched, realise they complete free quote’s so why not? We put our camera in, explained what happened, ...
... were being able to see my oh so lovely girlfriend for a few hours, and being three hours closer to Boston.
Tuesday,I had to say my see you later to aforementioned lovely girlfriend, but I get to see her in a few short weeks, which is less time than I had to wait all summer,and then we headed three hours East to Boston. After many struggles with overweight suitcases, my suitcase only weighed a little over 19 kg (max weight= 23 kg)! Success number one! I ...
... and I waited until we left to get our drink – orange juice and curry?? Yuk.
Next it was off for a round of ten pin bowling with the end result being Spencer on top, Toni a very firm second, Lil coming in for the bronze and Lyndon coming a very respectable fourth, more commonly called last!!!! Spencer was VERY excited with his win.
On the way home we called into Wellington Arch, a monument built to commemorate Britain’s ...
... The show is perfect for me because Brian is the lead but for a lot of other reasons as well. If you haven’t seen it, you’re missing something special. If you get to see it with Brian, well, all the better.
This evening is the perfect icing on the cake that this trip has been. B4 and I cab it back to our Airbnb (taxi cabs here are SO civilized) and ready to pack and sleep and get up and fly home. We’re truly ...
Up at 3am and left the flat at 3:30am to catch a bus to the Anzac Day Dawn Service by the Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner. Joined the queue at 4am. Everyone entering the area had to pass through a body scanner and they were doing bag searches. Finally done with queuing by 4:50am just in time to grab a possie for 5am start. Thousands of others there and ended up standing next to the only person I "knew" there - Zinzan Brooke.