Howard Winchester Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoward Winchester Hotel London
Very basic and cheap hotel, great location! It has private bathrooms and full English breakfast. Great budget hotel!
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... and he did indeed come out in the Cutty Sark from England to Australia! John Smith was 32 and signed on to the ship on 25 June 1894. He was signed on as a AB. John Smith was known in our family as Bosun Smith. Mum, Shirley and Maureen all heard stories of him. I remember Grandma (Ida Hill) speaking of him. Pop ( Our grandfather) worked at a stevedore on the wharves in Brisbane. The Cutty Sark has a record of John Smith where he was taken ...
... you wish for - no cold water at all- boiling hot water this time. No water for the loo either, but too exhausted to brave another descent and ascent of those awful stairs to make a complaint, we justified that it was our last night and we would be outta here and London by morning. We are off to meet back up with RaG for our next chapter - a week long canal boat trip near Leicester a couple of hours to the ...
... I slept very well.
Sunday morning, dawned grey, cold, windy and raining...a perfect English summers day.
I had 3 things planned for today, to visit the Chelsea Physic Garden, attend St Paul's Cathedral for a service, and then visit the Geffrye Museum. All things I had not done before.
Caught the bus to Chelsea arriving just before 10am but found it did not open until 11... Poor researching.. Had to be at St ...
... It was so cool! It gave such beautiful river views of the buildings! We got off the boat at Big Ben where we stayed and took many, many pictures. Before we knew it, it was time to start heading back to the hotel to get ready for the Fulham vs Reading football game. What a cool experience! We all had really good seats and it was a very suspenseful game. We all enjoyed it very ...
... continued to snap photos. I've really come to realize how so many people ruin their moments traveling trying to capture the moment instead of experience it. So, when I have the camera, I try to take in the environment before being consumed in taking the photos - it's a much better experience this way.
After going around on the Eye, we walked through the city, and across one of the bridges, and then back to the metro station. On our way to the metro station, we saw ...