House of Weardowney Guesthouse

9a Ashbridge Street, London, England, NW8 8DH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from London

Last full day in an English speaking country

A travel blog entry by abryan124

10

... it has been destroyed twice and heavily damaged 3 times. We climbed to the third level of the cathedral and saw the city skyline! We climbed Over 300 stairs and we practically ran up them. We saw magnificent views of the city but it was cloudy (no surprise) and very cold. After St Paul's, we were browsing an outdoor store while we figured out where to eat. I know this is common sense, but when you are walking around a lot, you need comfy clothes and socks. My feet have been ...

London - A week of hunting

A travel blog entry by rachbritton

44

... to get in and order. I bought a red velvet cupcake and a carrot cake cupcake. They tasted just beautiful! Were heavy and moist and disappeared in flash L Journey in progress: 2 markets down! Our 10 pound shopping list This week Lottie and I cooked most of the recipes on our 10 pound shopping list guide from last week. Most of the meals were fairly tasty,although a lot were cooked in tinned tomoates, and there was little meat and fresh or mixed vegetables. But it ...

Tube Strike and rainy day

A travel blog entry by mrduby

2

... by sitting at the top floor cafe overlooking the Thames. We walked along the bank, and next stop is National Film Theatre. Nice place, and we had light food (self prepared) at the Festival Hall. I took a nap there. Just too tired to hang on, jet lag. The first few days were a constant struggle, difficult to get quality sleep.

My personal feeling about London is that it's quite similar to Melbourne, a city that I visited in 2011.After ...

Galleries and crime

A travel blog entry by sindlen

Today we headed to the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery. First stop, the cloak room and then a stop for a warming cup of tea (it was raining outside). We started with the Sainsbury Wing and followed the order of the rooms, and then made our way over to the older part of the gallery, where another sustaining cup of tea was called for. It is an amazing collection and interesting to follow in date order so you can ...

Day 4: The One With the Boys in Blue

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv

15

... wasn't running at all today.) We stopped for groceries at Sainsbury's again, and admired the number, variety, and great names of the many pubs along the way. We almost stopped at every one of them--The Goose, The Clarence, The Cumberland Arms, The Three Kings, The Live and Let Live, The Hand and Flower--but decided to get pizza and bring it home instead. It was far cheaper--2.40 for a small Sloppy Giuseppe, which was not as filling as we'd have liked ...

Location

This hotel, located in the Northwest/Regent Park area of London, is near Vinopolis, Alfies Antiques Market, Alfie's Antique Market, and Landmark London Health Club.
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