The Grainstore Apartments

Address: 4 Western Gateway, London, England, E16 1BA, United Kingdom | Condo
 
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This condo, located in the London East area of London, is near Excel Centre, Thames Barrier Visitor Centre, Kensington High Street, and Bankside.
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      London calls for an inviting stay to cheer you up

      A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Dec 26, 2014

      1 photo

      ... relaxed or cycling or just idling with friends.

      Regent Park: Designed in 1811 and is a 166 hectares land. Facilities of playing football, softball, outdoor James are available. Wild bird species like water fowl are found here. We also find the famous Open air theatre here.

      Richmond Park: this is the royal park and a home to free roaming deer's. There are about 650 free roaming deer’s in the park, two golf courses and also ...

      Third day in London

      A travel blog entry by joannewolfe on Nov 19, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... above.  After that Tracey and I did a guided tour with a most lovely (but dithery) elderly gentleman, who took about twice as long to say anything as you would think.  Lunch in the crypt - I still feel strange eating where there are so many tombs but the meal was nice and the surrounds cry atmospheric. Next we headed across the wobbly bridge to the Globe Theatre - recreated as faithfully as possible in the 1990's by Sam Wanamaker.  Our ...

      It was a Nelson day

      A travel blog entry by stedders on Oct 16, 2014

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... price of admission to board the ship. Anyway, we bypassed the ship and continued to the Maritime Museum adjacent to the Cutty Sark. The museum contained a random (Greg’s word) collection of maritime objects with some object connected to Nelson thrown into every display case. The hypocrisy of Nelson’s own pocket watch crudely mounted in a French carriage clock case seem lost on the Museum. Nevertheless the day was superb and the Greenwich gardens surrounding ...

      Wandering around London.

      A travel blog entry by u2shadow on Sep 01, 2014

      18 photos

      ... Drake navigated the globe in during the 16th century. We had about 30 min until the guided tour, so we decided to just wander the area and enjoy the views across the Thames to the Tower of London, and the amazing architecture of the new buildings being built. That is one thing we enjoy about London - the mix of old historical buildings and the new cutting edge and interesting architecture alongside...the ...

      Arrival in London

      A travel blog entry by markazz on Aug 02, 2014

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      ... magnificent & it's understandable why it's so expensive to study there. Such a beautiful place in general. Our tour finished back in London at 7pm, a long day but very enjoyable. We have really mastered the tube & bus transport. 8th August Today was spent going backwards & forwards between Hammersmith & Shephards Bush looking for a locksmith. We found it not as easy as first planned as the key was a privacy key which has to be specially cut. ...