Elm House Hotel

17 North Bridge Street, Hawick, Borders, Scotland, TD9 9BD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hawick

Day 5 Boat to Greenwich and the Royal Observatory

A travel blog entry by preali

114

... charming and [today] crowded little town. Lots of storefronts, pubs, cafes, hanging flower planters, random plaques and sculptures, cobblestone walkways and streets.
Besides the museums and observatory, there's the gigantic Greenwich public park - which we also walked across in our continuing tour of London parks :)

The Observatory requires a steep climb up a hill at the end of the grass which wasn't on the tourist info. Also, we didn't realize ...

Last Full Day in London

A travel blog entry by nicholasrimmer

10

... Palace, and went around the front gates and saw the Queen Victoria monument. We walked through Hyde Park where we saw London's biggest man made lake the Serpentine. After we had a beautiful view of Hyde Park, we walked across the Westminster Bridge to go on the London Eye. The London Eye had a spectacular view of London. We could even see the arch on Wembley Stadium. We were over 130 metres high.

After we ...

LONDON - ENGLAND

A travel blog entry by sheppa80

41

... especially where the phone box was. I could only imagine the scenario of a person running round with the **** sweats trying to find anywhere to dump their load. I guess they must have been running out of ideas to finally look at the phone box and think that should do the trick.

Jo was a little bit disturbed by her little discovery and it took her the best part of a day to get the courage to open another door. So here we were again, this time up in the north of ...

Final Full Day in the Land of the Queen

A travel blog entry by sdsupharm2013

18

... view of the city and were able to see key landmarks such as Big Ben, Westminister Abbey, and the Houses of Parliament. The entire ride lasts about 30 minutes and was a great way to spend the morning.

After the London Eye, we headed to a Boots Pharmacy to speak with a pharmacist. The pharmacist was quite busy but very friendly. The pharmacy is open until midnight which is similar ...

You mean those classes are real?

A travel blog entry by gshea43

... The class is basically an examination of British music. There will also be a section on music and its relation to fashion.

Coincidentally, there is a David Bowie exhibit coming to the Victoria and Albert Museum (literally around the corner from my flat), which examines his influence on fashion through his music and videos. I am planning on visiting when it comes in February. In case I forgot to mention, most museums are free in London! This is ...

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Location

This hotel, located on 17 North Bridge Street, Hawick, is near Bekonscot Model Village, Hughenden Manor, Roald Dahl Museum, and Amersham Museum.
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