Sir John Cass Hall

Sir John Cass Hall, 150 Well Street, London, England, E9 7LQ, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the South Hackney area of London, is near Victoria Park, Hackney Empire, Hackney Empire, and Sutton House.
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    A travel blog entry by bethalexandra on Aug 21, 2014

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    ... the train again to Piccadilly Circus so Glenda could go to the M&M shop which was just as busy as the Times Square version and just as big. Then it was a walk through Leicester square before catching a bus back to waterloo. As the temperature had dropped the need to buy a coat was getting a little critical so I happened to find an outdoor clothing store near to where we were planning to ...

    What a blessing to see old friends!

    A travel blog entry by gmattson on Jul 27, 2014

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    ... wanted to see to save time and energy. There was an amazing Mummy exhibit with real mummies, the process of mummification, and many examples for us to see first hand. It was really cool! The have the Rosetta Stone there that Napoleon found long ago. It was really quite amazing and reminded me I need to learn more about it, so I can actually explain it to Hails and Ez. :) After, we walked over to Trafalgar Square, which is the center ...

    When Malcolm met Sally

    A travel blog entry by kazbriggs on Jun 28, 2014

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    ... London is quite frenetic, but even so, the people we encountered were always polite and considerate and even quite understanding when these tourists would ask for directions or were standing in a confused state on a street corner, blocking peoples’ paths.

    We weren’t home for long. Jodie had made a reservation at a pub not too far away. We were meeting up with some of our friends to say goodbye. Rather than catch the train, we caught our first London Cab – ...

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    A travel blog entry by paigeazmt on Jun 04, 2014

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    ... this one letter that I found dated to April 16th!
    After looking at some letters and drawings of sea moss (yeah, exciting, I know), I wandered around the NHM a bit, because how can you not? I've been dying to see this Darwin statue for as long as I've been a historian (which is not terribly long I supposed, but still. And it didn't let me down. It was also nice to see this ...

    London Dungeon, or a History of Torture

    A travel blog entry by tnetennba on May 03, 2014

    ... helped with promotional material. Voila! Free tickets!

    The London Dungeon reminded me of a cross between a Halloween haunted house and a walking history tour. We walked from room to room, and actors told the stories of pretty gruesome London celebrities, like Guy ...

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