London City Hotel

200 Borough High Street, London, England, SE1 1JX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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London Calling...Hello Olympics

A travel blog entry by travellingross

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We checked out of our Salisbury hotel and spent some time at the Cathedral. This houses 1 of only 4 remaining copies of the Magna Carta, the first format of a Bill of Rights issued by King John in 1225. Our hotel was actually built initially as a residence for the workers who constructed the cathedral in the 1200's. From Salisbury, we drove to …

St. George Martyr church

A travel blog entry by geocodedart

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John Atkinson Grimshaw painted many evocative street scenes that used the artificial city lighting as a central feature. One of his paintings in London is titled "Blackman Street, London".
Part of what is today called Borough High Street was at that time called Blackman Street.
This photo set shows a comparison of the painting and a recent …

Day in Stafford

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw

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... reserve. Was a beautiful reserve with a lot of different tracks and we saw a lot of people walking their dogs and going for a run. Really reminded me of how unfit I have become. The walk was great in the brisk fresh air although bit muddy and a bit of drizzle.

Once we got back to the car we drove back home to get our stuff and went to lunch at another Weatherspoon restaurant in town called the Butlers Bell. ...

Day 11: The One Where We Did (Almost) Nothing

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv

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... the very warm bed and prepared myself for a lazy day by dressing in sweatpants and Star Trek hoodie before opening the window and realizing I'd made a mistake.

It was a beautiful day outside by London winter standards--11 degrees, no rain, no wind, and even quite a bit of sun. I texted Lindsay to notify her of the error in our plans, and we were soon on the bus heading back to Kensington Gardens/Hyde Park.

On this, our ...

St Paul's Cathedral & Watches

A travel blog entry by baileyj

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... of clocks, watches, sundials and chronometers. This is a small museum but had quite an amazing collection of timepieces including one wound automatically by releasing gas pellets and another that was digital (in 10's instead of 12 segments, never caught on). There were many beautifully decorated watches from the 1700's made for well to do ladies or queens.The day continued rainy so we headed back to the apartment for fish and chips-welcome to ...

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Location

This hotel, located in the South Bank/Bankside area of London, is near Old Operating Theatre, The Fire Brigade Museum, Musical Museum, and Paternoster Square.
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