Elephant and Castle Guest House

Address: 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, Maida Vale, Cuming Museum, and Kilburn.
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    Travel Blogs from London

    Blake's UK Milestones

    A travel blog entry by sarahcorkill on Aug 01, 2015

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... his eyes 7 weeks - Traveled to the UK Drank from a bottle Sucked a dummy & keeps it in Arms out to sleep Self-settling to sleep Sleeping in a cot rather than bassinet 8 weeks - Attempting to suck his thumb / hand (practices multiple times everyday) Holding head up more easily Smile/talks back when being communicated with ...

    And so it begins...

    A travel blog entry by niknak21 on Jul 02, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... to close. Phew!! Can't say I enjoyed being a last minute airport passenger. We went to get the next lot of assistance to get us through security quickly, but after the lady explaining she didn't know when someone wouldn't be free to take us and "they shouldn't be long" we gave up and just took the wheelchair ourselves, Lynne had the pleasure of pushing it! Having the wheelchair still got us through security slightly quicker (thankfully) and after a body scan and a ...

    Finally we made it to London!

    A travel blog entry by meganholley on May 26, 2015

    45 photos

    ... to a crowd and realized we were at the changing of the guards. Mya loudly exclaimed "This is a palace? it looks like an old apartment building" Then off we wandered to Big Ben, part of Westminster Abby and the Parliament Buildings. Such amazing old buildings! By then Richard had had enough and him and Mya went back while we continued to shop and look around Regent and Oxford St area. We were happy ...

    Settling in and Battersea Park

    A travel blog entry by emily.picardi on May 02, 2015

    3 photos

    ... I was there. How was I supposed to know, they had stairs on four sides!

    The most wonderful place in Battersea Park took me a while to find. It's called the Old English garden, and it's tucked away in a woodsy area all the way at the other side of the park from where I come in. The garden is gorgeous, laid out just like an old english garden, with little pathways throughout flower beds, and tall, perfectly trimmed hedges. There's a big fountain in the middle, and benches ...

    Justin Miller London Day 6

    A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 18, 2015

    3 photos

    ... given in the first four minutes. As the game proceeded onward, Arsenal was winning every header, touch and were pushing the ball well on the City defenders. About 20 minutes had gone by when Arsenal was pushing the ball into the City box and got fouled resulting in a penalty kick of Cazorlla. He sank the shot and the fans erupted with cheers. Later in the game, the Arsenal team was timid resulting in a few City shots that ...