Acacia Hotel

Address: 14 Queensberry Place, London, England, SW7 2EA, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Knightsbridge/Earl's Court/Kensington area of London, is near Natural History Museum, South Bank, Seven Dials, and Baden-Powell House.
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    What time is it!?

    A travel blog entry by randbgrieve_co on Sep 23, 2015

    5 comments, 2 photos

    ... The Cutty Sark is a carefully restored clipper launched in 1869 as a tea carrier. We were intrigued by the size of the Cutty Sark and the harsh way of life the crew would endured to race across the Atlantic and Pacific oceans in the annual race to retrieve tea. The ship would carry 10000 boxes of tea across the ocean. That is enough tea to make 2 million cups of tea!
    Next we moved on to ...

    Back to London via Trevor

    A travel blog entry by mandcoverseas on Aug 16, 2015

    5 photos

    Our road trip back to London from North Wales was far from excellent, as both of us felt the effects of a big night our in Llanwrst.

    On the border of England and Wales is a tiny little town called Trevor, which is the gateway to the Pontcysylite Aqueduct, a massive structure which houses a canal about two metres wide, and a skinny little footpath. It was actually a really amazing structure, and walking over it was quite exhilarating ...

    Whoa what a day!

    A travel blog entry by brookemalcolm on Aug 08, 2015

    46 photos

    ... experience and toombs.... Sounds scary doesn't it? We got the tickets and headed for the entrance which was around the corner. And of course we got there and there was a line. At least the London Pass can get you in a faster line sometimes, but it was big too. Oh well. By this time it was after 5pm and most of the other attractions in the book would be closed for entry. Probably a good thing, because all the walking & standing around ...

    Today is sight seeing in London

    A travel blog entry by psidell on Jul 10, 2015

    2 photos

    ... way to learn about the many dark but fascinating faces of the likes of Jack the Ripper and Sweeney Todd and many others. True historical facts mixed with adult humor the exhibit is bookended with a somewhat wet log ride in the beginning and a free fall of 30 meters at the end. Back to the hotel for a nap and then a return visit to the burrito joint around the corner. Poor Alex couldn't even drag herself out of bed to eat ...

    Day 4: London, England

    A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Jun 08, 2015

    26 photos

    ... From there we had a nice river cruise down the Thames and got to see all of the following from the river front: - Center Marker for the 1 square mile of original London - London Eye - Globe Theater - Big Ben/House of Parliament - Cleopatra's Needle with backward Sphinx (3500+ years old) - London Bridge (Built in 50) - Tower Bridge (The beautiful bridge that most believe is the London Bridge) - The Shard (Tallest habitable building in Europe at 1,004 ...