Wigram House

84-99 Ashley Gardens, London, England, SW1P 1HH, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Westminster/Belgravia area of London, is near Docklands Light Railway, Floris, Battersea, and The Place.
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    Another bus top, another rain shower

    A travel blog entry by raymarietinetti on Jul 20, 2014

    7 photos

    ... at stop 1 Green Park.

    Some street stalls selling art and the Wellington Arch again as well as separate memorials to the Australians and New Zeelanders who died in WWI (I think). The Australian Memorial is made of granite from Perth WA. The Queen Mother's Gates, Hyde Park Corner and Marble arch and it was back to Piccadilly Circus to catch the train home.

    Piccadilly Line towards Heathrow, change ...

    Getting to know London

    A travel blog entry by kazbriggs on Jun 25, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... room for us. All the seats were taken of course. The aisles were full. The train took off and as we stopped at subsequent stations more people got on than get off. It was no surprise that the space per person reduced as we crammed in more and more. As the train stopped and the doors opened, Malcolm just hoped that no more would get in. But they did. Another got on and yelled out to a friend, "There’s enough room, come on." Well there wasn’t enough room as it was and ...

    Chapter 1: Beginnings

    A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

    ... br>
    Two teenage boys guided me to where I wished to go. ‘Skokrzan’ I said, before turning towards the large, metal studded door. Either side of me stood two large flowerpots, from which twisted plants rose to my shoulders. I reached for the intricately shaped door knock.


    Morocco is a feast for the senses. Its is a culture which has been shaped by the European, Arab and African worlds for centuries. Its streets bustle with ...


    A travel blog entry by goatgoingsolo on Nov 15, 2013

    ... a snow dome of it.

    Then after that I went up close to Big Ben, but I dont think my pityres turned out so well, because the sun was in the way.

    I then headed up the river again and walked along another bridge, then headed back to the Consulate andicked up my new temporary passport.

    By the time I arrived home to Cardiff,it was 6.30pm and I was starving. Hmmmm chicken burger. The photos ars not loading on here, i will try on ...

    Quick stop in London

    A travel blog entry by tannerhall on Sep 03, 2013

    ... past Shakespeare's Globe. Went into the Tate Modern for a bit but it was kinda weird. Walled past St Paul's cathedral. Went to the British Museum which was just about to shut. Saw the maoi from Easter Island and Rosetta Stone. Walked down to Trafalgar Square. Saw Nelson's column. Walked through St James park to Buckingham Palace. Tried to find food in Piccadilly square but it was all ...