Rose and Crown Stoke Newington

199 Stoke Newington Church St, London, England, N16 9ES, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Day 1!

A travel blog entry by sharnielizabeth

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... with friends after we arrived so Lucy and I walked the streets of Bethal Green and a town called Shortage. Very much like Brunswick. The streets have some amazing artwork on the brick walls, very talented. Was glad to get back to Lucy's to call it a night. Had been a very long 30 hours of traveling and was bound to sleep like a baby. Until tomorrow for another amazing day in ...

London day 4

A travel blog entry by susansantiago

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4

... culture-ish, spare, dreamy, sexualized, disturbing... I didn't understand most of it nor did I want to. Too much war and post war angst or dreamlike melting or response to industrial evolution. I liked Picasso's work but not the cubism or minimalism pieces generally. The photographs were most appealing to me, but I wonder why one photographer becomes famous for pictures of everyday cityscapes, and my pictures stay in my camera ...

A squirrel

A travel blog entry by dm.simpson

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... city to see the London eye and Big Ben.

All in all it was a super fun day which we ended by having dinner at a nice Thai restaurant that was open until midnight!

The rest of our stay in London was great. We did a walking tour of
London and got to see the changing of the guard, Buckingham palace,
Westminster Abbey, and loads of other things. Didn't make it to Stonehenge this time but maybe next time ;)
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Semester Break in London!

A travel blog entry by janined22

... History museum and spent an awesome time checking out the dinosaurs. Just to reiterate - Jurassic Park took some licence with the T-rexes by suggesting they couldn't see very well. Yes, they could. Their eyes were in the front of their heads - like ours, giving them vision like ours. Therefore, they could see very well. Lucky for those characters in JP - otherwise they wouldn't have made it past the first 1/2 of the film!! ...

London calling

A travel blog entry by travelthedream

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... bars and restaurants in this neighbourhood, which is right up our ally. ;-) We had delicious tapas and cocktails at Revolution for lunch.

In the afternoon we went shopping on Oxford Street. The streets in London are decorated for the Christmas season. The decorations are very festive and at night when they all light up, it's a wonderful sight. It just adds a little extra to your shopping experience. You have to keep ...

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This hotel, located in the Stoke Newington area of London, is near La Seigneurie, Queen's House, Clissold Park, and Arcola Theatre.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Rose and Crown Stoke Newington London

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding