London Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews London Guest House
Travel Blogs from London
... Manca which has great sourdough pizzas. When we returned home we packed our bags for our journey home tomorrow.
David, Noel and I went to dinner at Hot Stuff, David's favourite Indian restaurant. We had a really enjoyable evening. The food was good and way too much for the three of us. David is taking the morning off from work tomorrow so that he can see us off at the train station. Hopefully there won't be too many tears.
... shot through. We heard "Smoke On The Water" by Deep Purple, "Beat It" by Michael Jackson and "Piano Man" by Billy Joel. Quite the repertoire! Pete had Crunchy Beef with Chili which was according to the server "not spicy at all". I think Pete was sweating after he finished the dish. I had Pork Crunchy Noodles which was fantastic! Then off to the local pub for a drink or two, a walk across the Thames (using a bridge of course) and off to ...
... photos, eating (I am sooooo over eating). Great evening, and like so many things on this holiday, the pleasure of the event exceeded the expectations. Wonderful. And so to our little airless room at Travelodge. It's cheap, small, clean and functional. We've tried to work out timing for tomorrow's taxi from here in Balham, to UPS in Croydon to collect Mark's replacement credit card, then to Gatwick to fly to ...
... next to the Odeon cinema in Leicester Square for a very late lunch or early dinner and had a nice meal catching up with Dave and Denise. After this, we made our way to another pub, just so we could further Kate and Roy’s education on the importance pubs play in an Englishmen's life. We are sure they will let us know for a long time to come that we took them on what they called a pub crawl.
After saying farewell to Dave and Denise we went for ...
... we were off the Hampton Court Palace. I've been before but it is worth a second look. The day was developing into the nasty cold, overcast type with the threat of rain and a nasty cold wind to round it off. Seeing I have spent over $600 on my coat, which I will probably never have the chance to wear in Australia, I was pretty happy! Just the type of day my coat was made for but there are always little nooks and crevices through which the cold can creep in ...