Brooke Hall Hostel

17 Flodden Road, London, England, SE5 9LH, United Kingdom | Hostel
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Last full day in an English speaking country

A travel blog entry by abryan124


... in London but if you wanted to go out at night for a dinner and a place to hang out (ie: like Ireland), you really didn't want to leave because of the neighborhood. Normally, people don't want to literally run home late at night. After putting our luggage at our new hotel, we went to explore St Paul's Cathedral. My oh my, it was gorgeous. I liked it better than Westminster Abbey. The interior was just stunning. The church was built in 604 but has undergone some ...

London - A week of hunting

A travel blog entry by rachbritton


... rate anyway. Aside from the fact that it was in a movie, my other reason from trekking across town to these markets was to visit the flagship store of a bakery known as ‘the Hummingbird Bakery’. They serve American style cupcakes, cookies and slices. Mum had their cookbook at home, which tastes just divine when we make anything from it. There are __ Hummingbird bakeries in London, but this was the first. I waited 10-15 minutes in line, starting outside of ...

Tube Strike and rainy day

A travel blog entry by mrduby


... famous paintings. I just have no connection with paintings, preferring music more.
Lousy weather continued. We took Tube to Borough Market, walked to London Bridge without going over it. Took pictures amid the rain. My friend's shoes and socks were all wet. We dropped in Tate Modern museum to get a breath from the freezing rain. After walking for a day, I was not in the mood to stroll the art gallery. I took ...

Visiting the Crowns Jewels & Harrods

A travel blog entry by euro-turo-bek


... in memory of there success. The kids and Avni then put on back pack that weighed 20+kilos which was a quarter of what they would carry on their back when deployed for war. In the next building we saw all of their metal armour that their horses and them selves would wear. The Kings armour was gilded with intricate patterns. It was then time to have some lunch at the Tower of London cafeteria before making our way to Harrods by train to do some shopping. ...

Day 4: The One With the Boys in Blue

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv


... grown men will un-ironically consume large paper cups of Tetley on the concourse while screaming at other grown men on wall-mounted televisions to clear the ball out of their end of the pitch. Tea is definitely taken very seriously here...

The last bit of our day consisted of walking about forty five minutes home along North End Road to Hammersmith/Kensington High Street rather than trying to jostle for a seat on the bus (and because the ...


This hostel, located in the London Southeast area of London, is near New Covent Garden Market, Cuming Museum, The Exhibit, and Pennine Way National Trail.
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