Queen Victoria Hostel

118 Wellington Street, Woolwich, London, England, SE18 6XY, United Kingdom | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from London

The Motherland & home

A travel blog entry by ai_firestone

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... We have a list of places we want to return to (Boston, New Orleans, San Diego, San Francisco, Guatemala and the UK) and a few that we have no desire to return to at all (Miami and Vegas are at the top of that list). Despite our huge desire to jet off to new places and explore further cities we fell in love with, we were very glad to return to kiwi land and stop living out of a suitcase! So this is it- over and out & thanks for reading all about our travels!! :) Amanda & ...

Packing up our lives

A travel blog entry by lou_shaff

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Six months ago, leaving everything behind, quitting jobs, nursery (Alia aged 3 that is) and the rat race seemed like a gutsy, go getty, euphoric, 'you only live once' kind of decision. The idea: We would rent out the house and exit the mayhem of a busy family life in inner city London for the sedentary pace of a wander through South East Asia. We would swap commuting for elephant ...

London Alone

A travel blog entry by cathterry

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... to East Putney. I felt like I've had a full body workout, my arms, legs, feet are all aching. If shopping was an Olympic sport, I truly believe I could represent our country, and possibly even win Gold! It is so nice having the time to see new things, and it's not even that I've bought a lot, it's that it's winter here so what we do buy is heavy, winter-weight. How to get it home is definitely a question I've been asking myself lately! So I make it back to the flat, whew! I ...

Day 3 - Walking Miles

A travel blog entry by sammyjoy

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... Science Museum. The ground floor had some great pieces on show, about energy production over time, and then about space exploration. However the other floors were nothing special at all and rather a disappointment. Overall though we enjoyed our visit to both museums. We caught the tube to our hotel after this, checked in, then went for a long walk along the river Thames (pronounced "tems" I found out yesterday). We went past Parliament and Big Ben, the London eye, ...

Excerpts from Paul's brain

A travel blog entry by pmzchenry

... t very good in England but I don't think we have had a bad meal yet and we have mainly just picked a pub as we walked by it. Though I must say that the meal I had in Tas, the Anatolian Turkish restaurant, was by far the best I had and may be one of the highlights of the entire trip. It was fantastic.

We are currently on the train to Glasgow, M and C are asleep and Z, who we thought was AWOL, was actually in the seats behind us, is eating a sandwich. Cheers for now, P ...

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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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