80 Bromfelde Road

Address: 80 Bromfelde Road, London, England, SW4 6PR, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the London Southwest area of London, is near The Exhibit, Floris, Decorative Antiques and Textile Fair, and Pearson Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from London

I saw London Bridge but it wasn't falling

A travel blog entry by brellowgirl on Feb 19, 2015

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Hello all! We've had an eventful past few days so I haven't had a chance to tell you about my trip to London but I'll try and fill you in quickly because I'm currently facetiming with my mum who is at Rutgers watching my brother David compete in the Mr. and Ms. RBS (Rutgers Business School) Pageant (the same one Rob and I won back in the day).

So Last weekend Rob had to be in the office for work so I thought it'd be nice to plan a weekend trip for myself somewhere on my ...

Remembering

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Nov 11, 2014

3 comments

I righted a wrong for me today.  I went to the 11/11 Remembrance Service at Trafalgar Square.  After how sad I got about the Sunday service, I am really glad I got to this one.  It was set up with a huge stand dedicated to the 'Live On' campaign...worth checking out if you get the chance.  There was lots of music from some incredible artists (such as Collabro) who brought me to tears.  But the thing ...

London's Calling

A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 10, 2014

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The evenings event was much anticipated, a generous engagement gift from Shaylee's colleagues meant that we went for dinner at Gordon Ramsey's Maze restaurant.

A glass of champagne to start the evening set the tone which was then followed by 5 impressive course delightfully matched with a selection of wines. Whilst the meal was amazing, getting stuck with the tax, tip and donation to Gordon Ramsey's charity at the end was on the ...

Every journey leads to home

A travel blog entry by shruts on Oct 19, 2014

... been so strict with my schedule. I knew where I would be for every day if my trip before the airplane left London. If I hadn't, the overfilling pockets of experiences and stories wouldn't have been possible. But with that came a serious amount of planning and daily management. I enjoy those aspects, but it was also quite tough. I did an amazing job.

One of the hardest parts of travelling alone was the meal times. I'll happily have breakfast on the go, ...

Abba and Witches and Lions - oh my!

A travel blog entry by broomy on Sep 26, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... toy". Seriously having an in depth conversation about this topic. I'm sure that I had similar conversations with my mates (similar not same... I definitely never considered using either term) but at least we had them in the dark at sleepovers at Fellon's house. The rocks were also fabulous and I loved the merchandise that had "Stonehenge rocks" on it... Love a good pun. Tan enjoyed conversing in Portugese with the lovely Portugese guide (seriously we've had an Aussie do our English ...