Aaron House

17 Courtfield Gardens, London, England, SW5, United Kingdom | Hotel
Prices starting from $50.00

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Long Day's Journey....July 1-3, 2014

A travel blog entry by barbeisele

... see Chris and Paddy. After tea and sandwiches in the garden (and a much needed nap), we were off to take Paddy for a run on lovely Wimbledon Common. Golfers must wear red to distinguish them from those who are walking, strolling, or hiking. Dog owners drive from miles around to this park. The golf course is surrounded by forested land through ...

Bustling, Dancing and Meditating with the City

A travel blog entry by hilarylake


... rather than super disciplined and clean. I will smoke a cigarette once in a while, I will eat fish and some meat once in a while, I will have dairy when it makes sense and I’ll certainly eat a lot of greens and fruits and nuts and seeds all that good stuff that is ideally organic and even better local too. That said, who knows what I’ll be eating the rest of this trip. Stay tuned to find out!

So the rest of the day Paz and I headed out ...

Learning How to Ride the Tube

A travel blog entry by coe


... all 44 of us) and then we split us into our groups. Mine were called Coe 1 and Coe 2. Kelly had Smith 1, Smith 2, and Smith 3. I know, super clever right? It was our system which allowed us to quickly count students to make sure we hadn't lost anyone. It worked very well. Anyways, my group got to the station first and I felt confident so as soon as we turned the corner we saw an open car and we all jumped on. Keep in mind, I am now with 8 teenagers who ...

Rocks, Oyster Shells, Bricks and Bones!

A travel blog entry by suerussdrury


... in it awhile ago and he thought it could date back to Tudor Times.

We asked him about all the bones, he thought they were rubbish thrown out from the palace of Henry VIII, when the palace was there.

Russ and I ...

When a Man is Tired of London, He is Tired of Life

A travel blog entry by molliecura


... out there reminded me of driving around New England (aside from the whole ¨wrong side of the road¨ thing)- the houses, pubs, small towns. I kept saying to James, "This is just like New England!" He'd dryly reply, "What a coincidence..."

Our Getaway to the English Countryside
And speaking of Blackham, the few days we spent there were a major highlight of the trip. Barcelona lacks parks and greenery and in this weather ...


This hotel, located in the Knightsbridge/Earl's Court/Kensington area of London, is near Seven Dials, Baden-Powell House, Queen Elizabeth II Great Court, and La Vigneronne.
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