The Bermondsey Square Hotel

Tower Bridge Rd, Bermondsey Square, London, England, SE1 3UN, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $192.00
 

Travel Blogs from London

The grandparents join us in London

A travel blog entry by goodner

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... figures to sports heroes to the varied and many royals of England. It was interesting to see who wanted a photo with whom. Catherine liked Princess Kate, and wanted a photo with Katie Perry, but was a little too shy at the time to get one. Sam Jackson took photos with the Hulk and Shrek, but passed on the Terminator and any sports hero. He fancies the color green. My father wanted to be captured chatting with Lord Nelson and Einstein, naturally. ...

End of Chapter 1 - Return to Australia

A travel blog entry by sally123

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... Limehouse Basin, where it opens into the mighty Thames. There are some beautiful barges (canal boats) up and down the canal and many of them are used by their owners in the summer to move around the country via the river systems, passing through many locks. Pretty much the same as our Australian ‘Grey Nomads’ and caravans, except on water!


The Highgate Ladies Bathing Pond in Hampstead Heath is gorgeous and it was ...

The Early Bird Catches The Worm

A travel blog entry by seaford

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The tour started with a 2 a.m. meet at Seaford for parents to say their goodbyes and a quick photo opportunity. 6 of the boys made the journey up to Heathrow to meet Alec 'do we bring our own sticks' Haythornthwaite and Sam 'I'll take your luggage' Steel. ...

Ode to Gasolina

A travel blog entry by daniellechalk

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... out charging my iPod wasn't the solution. Leaving the country was.

Picture yourself here: You know Jim Sturgess from Across The Universe? So he has abducted you and you're in this 14 carat gold cage in his basement and he graciously feeds you crumpets and English Breakast Tea so you're not necessarily UNhappy with the fact you'll never see your family or the light of day again. Long sadistic story short, he is the only voice you will ever hear for the rest of ...

Christmas Facts

A travel blog entry by lauren-alice

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... red symbolises the blood of Christ, and gold represents light as well as wealth and royalty.

5. The custom of decorating a Christmas tree has been traced back to the 15th century.

6. 'Silent Night' was written when a choir's organ broke down.

7. Why December 25?
Christian leaders in 336 AD set the date of Christmas to December 25 in an attempt to eclipse a popular pagan holiday in Rome ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Bermondsey area of London, is near Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Playground, London Glassblowing Workshop, Cave Cru Classé, and New Caledonian Market.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding