The Mitre in Greenwich

Address: 291 Greenwich High Road, London, England, SE10 8NA, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the South Bank/Bankside area of London, is near Peter Harrison Planetarium, King's Cross, Bayswater, and Guildhall.
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      First day in London

      A travel blog entry by joannewolfe on Nov 18, 2014

      2 comments, 14 photos

      ... of the significance of the rooster - maybe it's a piece of modern irony). We bought tickets for a hop on hop off bus and started on a tour around London to get our bearings. So many places that I've heard of, read about or seen in movies, TV shows and documentaries and now I'm looking at them for real. We've worked out what things we want to go to back for a better look. At the Tower of London I officially 'lost my s**t' for the first time - poor ...

      Visiting Trafalgar Square

      A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Oct 17, 2014

      ... in the city’s history or simply want to learn more about some of the best known buildings located here. You don’t need to pay to enter the attractions to be able to enjoy them, simply standing outside and appreciating the architecture on a clear day can be enough. In addition, it is certainly a great place for anyone who enjoys military history to visit, and should be a prominent feature on your itinerary if this is the ...

      Hello, May I Speak to the Queen of England?

      A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Sep 20, 2014

      22 photos

      ... printed map. Anyway, armed with all that information, I set out to conquer London.

      My first stop was Borough Market, which was touted as a foodie heaven. It is one of the largest and oldest markets in London - this year, it celebrates 1000 years since it has opened. I kinda wished I hadn't had breakfast already when I got there, although that didn't keep me from sampling! You can buy everything you could think of here - meat that's being butchered on the sport, ...

      The Tourist is let loose

      A travel blog entry by hailesr on Aug 25, 2014

      4 photos

      ... kept children's clothing and amazing toys that in many cases had been gifts from different countries. A children's size replica of a caravan, lovely rocking horses and even a fully constructed child size house constructed in the grounds, which the people of Wales, gave to Princess Elizabeth , for her sixth birthday. Videos showing many of the Royal's playing, both children and parents. Then I headed back home to get dry. A big day of walking for over 8 ...

      Day 5 - London

      A travel blog entry by jessemulholland on Jul 19, 2014

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      I woke up this morning early to catch the train to Paris to go sightseeing. I was very excited to travel the underground on this new rail line. I had breakfast at the Hotel again which was waffles and a coffee.

      I had to catch the subway from Mayfair to catch the connecting train. It was a very busy morning with people going to their work. it only took about an hour and 15 ...