56 Links View Road, London, England, CR0 8NX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 56 Links View Road, London, is near Thames Clippers, South Kensington, Brixton Arts & Crafts Market, and Cine Lumiere.
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C and C, or How we spent our summer in Europe

A travel blog entry by pratthor on Jun 06, 2014

2 comments, 22 photos

... at the top we regrouped over refreshments and then finished the ride along the ridge line, with a few more short climbs and then zipped back down to sea level to the town of Hvar. We pedaled 12.6 miles in all - shorter than the morning ride but an intense climb and speedy descent. We arrived to quayside just as our ship did. Dennis and I joined two guys from New Zealand for a beer on the riva. They were quite fast on the ride because they were on e-bikes. We showered, dressed ...


A travel blog entry by bellawood on Apr 24, 2014

24 photos

... does not exist in Europe. We were then delayed and hour on the tarmac, adding and hour to our 13.5 hour flight.
My dad and I had a flight out Ezeiza Terminal A to Cordoba and we were scheduled to arrive from London in Terminal C (almost a mile away from Terminal A), one and a half hours before our flight to Cordoba was scheduled to leave. We were cutting it close you could say. After our delay in London we had kind of accepted the fact that we were were going ...

My First Ever Marathon

A travel blog entry by hstephens123 on Apr 13, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... so, and a couple of goo stops and lucozade along the way. Things were going well.

Things were going well, that is, until about mile 17. Mile 17 was another Linzi-meetup spot, but again we missed each other. By the end of mile 17 and beginning of 18 I was hitting my wall. I was slowing down, I was mentally doubting myself, and quite frankly, I hurt. It was hot and sunny, the top of my left foot felt bruised, my hips were unhappy, my stomach was queasy, and I finished mile 18 ...

Summary of Ghandruk

A travel blog entry by hebejean on Mar 29, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... extremely welcome!)

I was always absolutely shattered by the end of the day, but each individual day flew by. Before I knew it my period of volunteering in Ghandruk had finished. We slept so well at the altitude also (2000m or so).

I am going to do some individual blogs about the different things that we did when I can, but I hope this quick summary gives you a little idea of what I was getting up to! Thanks for reading x

Mr. Schwartz and Mr. Schwartz

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Feb 24, 2014

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... 18th and 19th century. The Maritime Museum also holds a permanent exhibition on the British East India Company, and one on the Atlantic, which includes the colonization of the Americas and the Slave Trade. The exhibit conveniently skipped over the American Revolution - I guess it's still a bit of a sore spot.

For lunch, dad and I had some traditional British meat pies with mash and mushy peas. It's the kind of meal that fills you up for days afterwards. After a bit ...

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