Ibis London Greenwich

Address: 30 Stockwell street, London, England, SE10 9JN, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the South Bank/Bankside area of London, is near Fan Museum, The Fan Museum, Kew Bridge Steam Museum, and Bayswater.
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    I'm finally going to Europe!

    A travel blog entry by wkood on May 07, 2015

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    Despite all of my research, preparation & general planning, it still hadn't sunken in that I was leaving Australia and going to Europe until about now. And about now is after having left Dubai & almost flying across Italy on the way to Heathrow. I find it's harder to realise how far you've travelled when you don't travel by road. Plus you …

    Another exciting fun filled day in London

    A travel blog entry by rugbyfan on Jul 02, 2015

    ... so exhausted we went home on the underground for a sleep.

    After our sleep we went to Madame Tussaud's London, which was celebrities and movie stars made of wax. There were lots of cool people to take photos with like Bolt, Johnny Wilkinson, Jonah Lomu and Mohammad Ali. We watched a really cool 4D movie at the end with the Avengers.

    We had Italian Pasta for tea and went to bed exhausted.

    Good Night


    Aaaaah London

    A travel blog entry by tuross11 on May 30, 2015

    ... the cold again.
    The Geffrye Museum is in Hoxton, a part of the Eastend of London I'm not familiar with. It is a museum exploring the history of English homes over the past 400 years. A living room from each period has been recreated starting with Tudor times ending with a 2000 style. I found it fascinating. It was originally an almshouse built in 1714 and housed the elderly poor. It is surrounded with ...

    So much to see and do

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Apr 26, 2015

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    ... by listing the names of 23,844 towns in which they were born. It was pretty amazing that in the first section of wall we looked at Nathan's eye was immediately drawn to the name of Macknade, which is the small town outside of Ingham where he grew up.

    We then visited Wellington Arch which is a large monument dedicated to Wellington's victory of Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo. Inside the arch was a very interesting museum giving the ...

    Back in Business!

    A travel blog entry by lchristopher12 on Mar 22, 2015

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    ... Palace
    -Piccadilly Circus
    -Trafalgar Square
    -Number 10 Downing Street
    -London Eye (did not ride thou)
    -Toured Shakespeare's Globe
    -Climbed St. Paul's Cathedral
    -One New Change
    -Crossed the Millennium Bridge (featured in Harry Potter movie)
    -Crossed London Bridge
    -Tower of London
    -Borough Market (best market food and excellent cookiesss)
    -Churchill War Rooms Museum
    -Afternoon tea at Beas of ...