Marlin Apartments Canary Wharf

Address: 11 Byng Street, Westferry Road, London, England, E14 8GG, United Kingdom | 4 star condo
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This 4 star condo, located in the London East area of London, is near Museum in Docklands, Hammersmith, Canada Place Mall, and Canary Wharf Tower.
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      A travel blog entry by abbacus.walsh on Dec 29, 2014

      ... on foot.

      I made tow pub stops-- one at the Bear and Spear (or something similar, wacky, and pub-like). I drank mulled hot cider and forced an English Man into conversing with me. It actually wasn't that difficult. He told me about his travels through China and Japan and the weird things he ate. Most notably, he described to me a night where he ordered seven different courses of puffer fish ...

      Is London the only city worth visiting in England

      A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Dec 01, 2014

      ... There are many cities in England other than London, which has a lot to offer to its tourists. If you are bored of busy city life and you have had enough of urban comfort and luxury, head towards some of the most mesmerizing cities in England, which are closer to the nature and will offer a more authentic experience. Tourists have realised it lately and are now keen on visiting these cities and the explore the treasure of beauty ...


      A travel blog entry by stedders on Oct 23, 2014

      4 comments, 3 photos

      ... Greg found odd as the other significant military engagements such as the Napoleonic, Crimean and Boer wars are significant military campaigns.

      We entered the museum and proceeded to the First World War gallery.

      I'm not sure if it was the aim of the curator but this gallery made me feel that I was in the trenches. Extremely narrow walkways between the exhibits caused bottlenecks and, for a horizontally challenged person, it was difficult to see ...

      The Jewel In My Crown

      A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Sep 21, 2014

      18 photos

      ... the next. The collection of crowns at the tower contains some that have been used by all royals, while others have been created for specific queen or kings. The most impressive display included crowns, orbs and specters organized in glass cases, with two moving walkways on each side to ensure that people don't cluster around the cases and everyone gets a chance to see the jewels. All the objects in the exhibit were adorned with diamond and other precious stones, ...

      London day 2 Buckingham Palace and London eye

      A travel blog entry by petedeb on Sep 04, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      We started the day with a trip to abbey road and a crixket match. We know as much about cricket now as we did before we watched. Toured Buckingham Palace but didn't see the queen or any princesses. Deb was with a prince so that had to be food enough. Then met tom and Russell for lunch at the red lion. After fish and chips with English beer we toured the government offices and saw Westminister abbey and parliament including big Ben. Lastly we rode the London eye and saw the city from up ...