Queen Victoria Hostel

Address: 118 Wellington Street, Woolwich, London, England, SE18 6XY, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the South Bank/Bankside area of London, is near Greenwich Market, Excel Centre, Thames Barrier Visitor Centre, and Southbank Book Market.
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Travel Blogs from London

A foggy day in London town

A travel blog entry by stedders on Oct 13, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... as close as you’d care to, with many of the clocks actually running.  We were amused to see an Atmos Clock identical our own, intriguingly it was stopped. Looking at the ancient exhibits we were overwhelmed by universality of the human condition.  Throughout the ages we saw representations of the important things to people: jewellery, cooking and food, fighting and most importantly human love. We ...

Wandering around London.

A travel blog entry by u2shadow on Sep 01, 2014

18 photos

... br> The weather was changing back and forth between sun and rain - it is London after all. But now it was time for the tour. It took about an hour, and the guide was actually quite amusing. I would def recommend - and if there are kids along, they would enjoy it. Learning about life on the ships back then - you wonder how anyone survived between the rancid food, the lack of hygiene, living below decks with ...

Edmonton day 1

A travel blog entry by legoodtimesroll on Aug 26, 2014

2 photos

... I was ahead of them when we crossed the river. The cyclists continued to get lost when trying to check out the course! The transition area by the lake is vast, with row after row of racking for the bikes, not sure how you find your bike! The city is built above the river so the riverside is not really part of the city which is a shame but a track along the river leads to the Triathlon venue, which is about 3 miles from where we ...

Going "Up North for a While"

A travel blog entry by lorrog on Jul 20, 2014

2 comments, 33 photos

... drive off the main street up a little country lane to this oasis of green trees where their house built in 1674 is in an enclave mews of 6 residences all built around similar era.It was originally the servants house for the local Iron works owner who lived in the big house. The house across from them is now owned by an eccentric lawyer who has bought a new house and left this one unoccupied, badly in need of paint and renovation. When moving he took with him a van load of boxed ...

Hampton Court

A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Jul 10, 2014

27 photos

... chocolate every day prepared by his chocolate chef in a special kitchen. Because chocolate was so expensive at the time, this was a real piece of luxury that he also used to show every one else how fabulously wealthy he was. The royal chocolate maker was also a very wealthy man due to his status and job.

The gardens at Hampton Court Palace are world ...

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