Ossian Guest House

20 Ossian Road, London, England, N4 4EA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Departure looms...

A travel blog entry by monroefischer

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... interested in was a blackwork shift. A shift is the undergarment/slip which is worn under the kirtle and then gown. The neckline always shows a little, and often the sleeves do as well, so during that period they are elaborately decorated, amazing as most of it is not seen. Blackwork, using black silk for embroidery, was the most popular, but certainly other colours were used. I am currently working on embroidering a shift for an outfit of this period, so this ...

Going

A travel blog entry by asht

I didn't really want to jump on this bandwagon, but I'm writing this on request from some family members because apparently I'm not so good at keeping contact. Plus everyone got bored really fast of hearing the same war stories last time I was working away.

I doubt ...

The friendly skies

A travel blog entry by travelgal81

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... to business class because that is quite full too. They offer her an entire row in the back to herself. My favorite part has to be when the quite British attendant came up to her and said, "Would you like some tea? That usually helps very much in these situations." I thought it was really sweet. Finally she settled down and the flight attendants plied her with 3 vodka tonics and two glass of cabernet (all for free, I may add). And now she is ...

Old London Town

A travel blog entry by rose60

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... gates and inside we saw the guards strutting around looking very important. These young cavalry guards are also very patient and tolerant of tourists taking their photos and posing with tourists for photo shoots.  A stroll through St Jame's Park, another one of London's beautiful parks and saw more of their cute litttle squirrels. One lady gave him a nut of some kind and he ran all around trying to find a spot where he could nibble on it without competition. He ...

A tale of two cities

A travel blog entry by allangraham

... the GPS was past Kings Cross, Euston road, Old Holborn, Shaftesbury Avenue, Whitehall, Westminster Abbey, Downing Street, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace Road, Chelsea Bridge and Battersea Power Station to name a few spots. The worst part was going past the bus / train bus stations as there were hundreds of buses and cabs there all trying to get to the kerb and dislodge passengers / gear while we were trying to get past and stay safe. At one point a cab driver was ...

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This hotel, located in the Hornsey area of London, is near Emirates Stadium, Alexandra Palace Ice Rink, Queen's House, and Clissold Park.
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