Elephant and Castle Guest House

23 Oswin Street, London, England, SE11 4TF, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the South Bank/Bankside area of London, is near Imperial War Museum, Cuming Museum, Kilburn, and Tibetan Peace Garden.
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    Fun for all....

    A travel blog entry by ourbigadventure on Sep 29, 2014

    ... to be the absolute best day of our trip for me to date! I actually felt quite overwhelmed at times when I realised that the people sized tombstones/flagstones in front of me, behind me, beneath me, were those of some of the greatest literary/political/historical figures of our time. As someone who loves history, it was quite a momentous occasion to be standing on or near their final resting ground! The geniuses buried there are too numerous to mention and ...

    Birthday Surprises

    A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... br> What can I say... we got quite drunk... Aleks and Tim headed off home and the rest of us decided to bus into Clapham to go to a bar. When we got to Clapham the place was teeming with drunk people and it was looking like it was going to be difficult to get into a place. Therefore, Hayden, Jamie and Greer decided to call it a night and Carmie, Katie and I got into the line at Adventure Bar. After a bit of ...

    The Foxes of London

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... far from a just humanitarian war, and horrendous acts of violence were committed by both sides. It would be good to see all parties own up to their role. Arthur von Bolfras described it best when he said: "if war was once a chivalrous duel, it is now a dastardly slaughter".

    One thing I really liked about the exhibit was that it gave some attention to each of the fronts in the war. Generally in school, and in museums, most of the focus is on the western front - like the ...

    A beautiful day in London

    A travel blog entry by lisastellwagen on Jun 05, 2014

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    ... about the play but it was all American. LOL Marc and I then walked most of the way to Chelsea (didn't realize it was like 6 miles) to meet my college roommate Laurie and her husband for a great Indian meal. Note attached Momo pics. Jane and Jon have called our family the Momos for many years-behind our backs! - and we just found out about it a few years ago, hence the blog name. Today we found a bottle of wine and a cafe named after us! Off to Belgium tomorrow by train. Cheers! ...

    Week 15 was a whirlwind of emotion and fun.

    A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on May 22, 2014

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    ... heels with, those other cities aren't even in the same league to watch Romeo and Juliet, Leonardo DiCaprio style. Has to be one of the strangest films I've ever seen, but in some messed up way it works. Maybe it's just Leo that makes this film, watchable? None the less my bed won over Leo and his metaphorical phrases. Crazy to think that we woke in different country this morning, it show that even though the world is big it is still small. I saw quote today and it resonated with ...