Southbourne Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... close by so I ended up having lunch and a couple of wines there to fill in the 3.5 hours before I can return. The sun is out and it is very nice sitting and reading while drinking a couple of glasses of Prosecco and eating a vege burger. Luckily for me the waiter could speak English as everything is in German! Stopped by a supermarket - Lidi - very similar set up to Aldi and bought some supplies for ...
... to get a great view - especially if they sit in the top section of the bus:
Tower Bridge was designed in 1884 and took eight years to build. When it was built, Tower Bridge was the largest and most sophisticated bascule bridge ever completed (a bascule bridge has "arms" that rise to let big boats through). Two massive piers were sunk into the river bed to support the ...
... of, have great prices (£50 for yellow fever) and best of all its a walk in clinic so no need to wait for an appointment.
Also if your going to bring an iPhone travelling and you want to use it with an international sim, contact your network at least 20 days before you fly out to unlock your phone! It is a pain trying to sort it out when you've already left as I've just found out!
I'll end this entry by letting my friends ...
... site is also in another market (Borough Market) that is very busy on Friday nights as well as there are bars, shops and restaurants there too. There is also a market that happens on the weekend with lots of vegetables and other items. Also on the tour, the bridge where the ghost bus squeezes between the two red double decker buses. This happens on Lambeth Bridge across the River Thames. The other bridge used in the movie, the one destroyed by the ...
... in 1968. It was here that John and Yoko photographed their Two Virgins album cover and where they were arrested for marijuana possession by the infamous Sgt. Pilcher); Marylebone Station (from which The Beatles' train departed in the beginning of A Hard Day's Night); and adjacent Boston Place (where the chase scenes that opened A Hard Day's Night were filmed.) It was quite a whirlwind trip, made entirely possible by Aidan ...