Grange Portland

31-32 Bedford Place, London, England, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Last day - Final Surprise

A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters


... of the castle, added the characters, and computerized it to look more real. There is no real Hogwarts castle, don't count the one in Orlando.). It was amazing! Afterwards we wandered about. Then we had dinner and went to bed, and etc. Well, tomorrow we will be on our way home to America. It is wierd because the flight to us will be eleven hours, but for you sitting in America it will be only three hours. We will suffer ...

Last day in England.

A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09


... make it in the station. The museum was huge and full of people, especially those with many many little kids. Must be because the museum is free it's a cheap destination for families. We saw so many different types of planes from those the Wright Brothers would have flown to those used in WWI and II. They even had some modern fighter jets to gaze upon. There was even a plane used in WWII that had sunk off the coast of Norway for 32 years until it was pulled out ...

A day at the seaside

A travel blog entry by terry-christina


... all the way back home on the train. He sparked up when we got back into London, so we walked over the Tower Bridge into Southwark so he could see the cathedral and all the interesting old buildings on that side of the river. Went through the Southwark Borough Markets which have been trading since 1756, and seems to be very trendy now, and caught the crowded tube home.

Thanks Derek for a great day.


London - A week of hunting

A travel blog entry by rachbritton


... one of their biggest draw cards, and they vary from food, to clothes, to vintage, to jewellery, to just plain random. Two that have been top of my list since I arrived are the Portobello Road markets in Notthing Hill, which the Hummingbird Bakery’s flagship store is, and the Borough Markets. Feeling a little low on ‘Londony’ things I headed off this week to visit both. Thursday I arrived to meet my friend from uni, Amanda, at the Borough Markets. I took ...

Time is marching by...

A travel blog entry by monroefischer


... sides. And this is not a poor neighbourhood - there are expensive cars parked all along the street. They probably cost half again as much or more than they do in the States. This house, just by its proximity to the City of London, is probably worth who knows how many times more than my house which, in comparison, is huge. These terraced houses were built long ago, I don't know exactly, but perhaps even in the 1800's. The building codes, if there even were ...

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This hotel, located in the Bloomsbury area of London, is near British Museum, All Star Lanes, Bloomsbury Square, and Tavistock Square.
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