Walter Sickert Hall

29 Graham Street, London, England, N1 8LA, United Kingdom | Hostel

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Sunny London, Bristol and Cranleigh in Surrey

A travel blog entry by lorrog


... back guy in his 40's, owns this farm of 1000 acres of prime Surrey land which he rents out to other farmers. All the land is arable and it grows wheat and barley. There are about 25 horses in The Painshill Stables. He also owns a least one another farm and several properties which he rents out. The one stable on the farm has got a preservation order on it so has to stay in its very "unstable" condition, with the farmer not willing to spend any money on it ...

You had your 10mins of fame outside the gay club

A travel blog entry by saskilton

... our raincoats and headed off towards St Pauls for a feed. We poked our head into a pub on the way as the menu looked pretty tasty, unfortunately the time we were out was the same time everyone was stopping in for after work drinks... So no tables! We ended up in an italian we loved the last time we were in this area, and once again loved it. We woke the next morning to a very wet london! We didn't mind too much though, as we had ...

Big day out

A travel blog entry by go_gifford


... even with its never ending drizzle. So, a poor start to my day- being scared wittless, getting wet, being up high. Not three of my favourite thing!

After our slow and beautiful rotation on the Eye, we walked a few blocks to the underground secret war rooms used by Winston Churchill. This is where Churchill lead Britain from through out the war. It was rather larger that I had thought it would be, I imagined ...

London calling

A travel blog entry by prairiefish


... to get our bearings & find our flat. Not a bad walk, except for the pouring rain & epic wind (the kind of wind that turns umbrellas into whirling death machines). We are staying in Chelsea at an apartment owned by an old friend of Normans. It's just a few blocks from Sloane Square & a stones throw from the latest ...

Visiting Greenwich with Ross

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw


... standing on it. But it also home to Royal Astronomers and has galleries of historical clocks and telescopes. We ventured around amazed at all the different forms of sundials, my favourite being a pair of dolphins who's overlapping tails tells the time. Inside one of the buildings was the museum of clocks, which were in time for a detailed lecture about the development of clocks and therefore navigation. Suprisingly it was the most fascinating talk I ...


This hostel, located in the Belgravia area of London, is near Saatchi Gallery, Royal Court Theatre, London Tourist Board, and Les Senteurs.
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