Fraser Residence Blackfriars

Address: 1 Church Entry, London, England, EC4V 5EU, United Kingdom | Condo
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This condo, located in the Fleet Street/Old Bailey area of London, is near St. Paul's Cathedral, Old Bailey, Blackfriars, and American Memorial Chapel.
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    We're worn out

    A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Jun 23, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    Up at six, we prepare for our departure and, Joanne take
    note, B4,even with hair washing, is early. She despairs over curly
    locks when drying is shortened or when humidity is high but I like them.

    We have consolidated baggage so that, when we arrive at
    Heathrow, we can store two and schlep only one (plus two backpacks and B4's
    book bag). B4 has a nifty trick of stuffing her purse into the
    book bag to ...

    Big Red Bus

    A travel blog entry by brown_family on Mar 22, 2015

    43 photos

    We decided to take advantage of our 2 day pass for the double decker bus and jump on for a tour. We grabbed coffee and were on the bus. It went on a route past the beautiful Hyde park and we got off at the Marble Arch where Nolan chased a group of pigeons and we snapped a few pics. Oxford St is one of the most popular shopping streets in the city so we decided to check it out and make our way to Piccadilly Circus. Every store imaginable was on that street. We were there a little ...

    Some Jewels and Greenwich time

    A travel blog entry by on Dec 30, 2014

    5 photos

    The plan was to arrive at the Tower of London before 10AM and avoid the crowds. But we had to stop at Kings Cross station on the way past to visit the Harry Potter shop again. The two older girls wanted to buy a Griffindor Quidditch jersey - but only Amy purchased one.

    At the Tower of London it was a 20 minute wait for tickets and then another 15 minutes to get through the entry and then another 20 minutes to see ...

    Old Stones

    A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Oct 27, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... and some histories we had a little spare time so I wandered the streets absorbing the ambiance and the architecture. Then it was back on the bus and a long ride home.

    Back in London I walked back to the hostel where I had a lot of juice (Free from the machine) and game myself a long foot massage as I put my camera on charge. (It almost died) After having a quick plan of what to do tomorrow I retired to my room to enjoy not walking anywhere for the next 8 ...

    Borough markets, rainfall and pub quizzes

    A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Aug 18, 2014

    1 comment

    ... of Mick the quiz master though, who read our low scores out with barely concealed delight and offered us double points for the last round. His strong south English accent got steadily stronger as the beer flowed through the night and perhaps we could blame that on our very low scores, but I doubt it. We went to the greasy spoon for a traditional end of night chip meal. Sufficient grease left us feeling slightly ill and we walked home slower than usual. Which was ...