London Guest House

167 Horn Lane, London, England, W3 6PP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Many London Sights in a Day

A travel blog entry by westolz on May 10, 2014

... and he and his family actually live in the Tower. In years past, this was the place where hangings were executed. It is hard to think about the terrible torture chambers and hangings of, not only the common man, but many royals also. Jan & I went on a quest for a restroom and found ourselves outside the tower. Thanks to a nice gate keeper, she let us back in. Someone needs a pick-me-up of soft ice cream, so we all joined him, as we left ...

Of Hairdryers and Germans

A travel blog entry by tnetennba on Apr 25, 2014

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... I thought about going to a department store, but by the time I had the thought, the store was closed (it was after 6 pm, naturally). There is no Target or Walmart. The grocery stores are not like the superstores in the US, where they carry milk, eggs, chairs, linens, clothes – you name it. So I have found myself continually scratching my head and asking, “Where do I buy that?!” Things that are so readily available in the US seem to be in scarce ...

Days 5-8

A travel blog entry by pr0zak on Apr 22, 2014

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... was 12pm. We had a final breakfast with the girls and then packed up the car and drove to Bath.
British drivers are crazy, they all drive over 80mph and don't seem to have any concept of safe braking distance! The lack of speed limit signs everywhere is also confusing, they use some international symbol thing but surely just adding the actual speed as well would be handy!
At Bath we just mooched around town, the weather was **** too so we didn't actually do much sight seeing

Catch ups, school holidays and finding a home

A travel blog entry by tonestar on Oct 26, 2013

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... entire bunker, everything has remained exactly as it was when the lights were switched off on 16 August 1945 when WWII ended. So to be there and see all of this was really amazing, and it was eerie to think that bombs were going off above during the war and here they were underground plotting their next move in the safety of concrete and soil. It was really an interesting place to visit.

After that, we had dinner and caught up on high school days and it was ...

Soggy London

A travel blog entry by ozplanman on Sep 17, 2013

... some 15 minutes later, we managed to
return our little VW Golf (nice car but no cruise control) to the car hire place in one piece in the bowels of Euston Station. The drizzle was of course ever present but the winds were mostly absent. We booked into St. Pancras YHA again and GG went exploring whilst I had a snooze. He returned and said he was going down to the foyer to sit down and do something or other.
I wandered down a while later – no sign ...

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This hotel, located in the Acton Central area of London, is near British Museum Company, BBC Television Centre, Gunnersbury Triangle, and Ealing Riding Centre.
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