Manna Ash House

8-20 Pocock Street, London, England, SE1 0BW, United Kingdom | Condo
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This condo, located on 8-20 Pocock Street, London, is near Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Jack the Ripper Walking Tour with London Walks, and Lakeside Shopping Center.
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Travel Blogs from London

Free Day in London

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Jul 22, 2014

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... the river to the Bateaux London at Embankment Pier and boarded the Symphony. It was very posh! We started with wine, then a prestarter of pureed peas and shrimp on toast. We had choices for the starter (appetizer), main entree and dessert. I got asparagus with goat cheese, hake (white fish) with pak choi, mussels and capers, and triple chocolate something for dessert. Larry got a salmon and caviar starter, with pork entree and apple ...

Let the Adventure begin

A travel blog entry by munya on Jun 13, 2014


... shirts, shorts, an England flag, England flip flops. Then I went to Asda, I did not find anything here so I went to Aldi. Once again I was amazed with what I saw. I bought, T-shirts, Polo shirts and shorts. I went past Sports Direct to look for some England Shirts but the latest Nike shirt was still expensive. Just out of principle I was not going to part with my hard cash for the privilege of wearing the match shirt. I then went ...

And here's one for for all our Ozzie Mates!

A travel blog entry by bonneybombach on May 27, 2014


Sent to me today with pictures which I'm can't seem to attach which made it even funnier, thanks darling MB

God save Australia……Tony Abbott asks the Queen, "Your Majesty, how do you run such an efficient government? Are there any tips you can give me?""Well," said the Queen, "The most important thing is to surround yourself with intelligent people."Abbott then asked, "But how ...

Days 13-14: Bath and Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by sdsupharm14 on Apr 15, 2014

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... to the difference in temperature. Here, the rich would bring their servents to give them massages with fine oils. Then they would go into a series of baths, each of different temperatures, before they entered the large main bath which was the warmest and had the most sociable setting. While exploring the baths, we were able to see what a lavish experience the whole process would have been! In addition to the Roman Baths, we also had the chance to explore ...

FCO Fundraiser

A travel blog entry by nepal2014 on Feb 27, 2014

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... a quick tour of the FCO – something which everyone appreciated! This included a quick look at Downing Street!

Overall the evening was a great success with everyone having a good time and getting to know one another. Along with the raffle which was held at the end of the evening, we have ensured that enough emergency funds money has been raised for our trip which is now less than 2 weeks ...