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5 Cavendish Square, London, England, W1G 0PG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Wednesday and more walking

A travel blog entry by terry-christina


... Road and got off to look at the market stalls. Nothing there for us to buy. I was still hungry and the pubs had stopped serving food, so we went into a fish and chip shop and had a huge piece of cod each. It was delicious, but expensive.

Kept walking along to Brick Lane, and bought a famous salt beef beigel. Yummo. Then we walked the few blocks home in very light rain. A few showers are predicted for tomorrow, but so far the weather has been great.


The Final Two Days

A travel blog entry by monroefischer


... sitting there for a little while as it was packed with people and luggage. A gentleman allowed me to sit in the empty window seat beside him, which thankfully was headed forwards, so I settled in for the ride. Looking up at the running information sign I saw that I was on a 'milk train,' one that stops at every little station along the way. It did not leave for another ten or fifteen minutes, and then crept all of the way up to Victoria, taking an hour that ...


A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism

Stroke of luck! As we were boarding the plane in Newcastle, the cabin crew member from the check-in desk gave Angie a new boarding card, which moved her to an aisle seat for her moon boot. However, she ended up in the back row of the aircraft, and three people either stood on or kicked her foot during the 50minute flight. That didn't go well then! As directed, on arrival at Heathrow we ...

London - mind the gap!

A travel blog entry by nickandbrenda


... the theater!! And we had front row seats....which we loved!! The performance was outstanding!! This by far was the highlight for our London visit!!

The next day, we left our packs at the hotel and walked around Buckingham Palace and St James Park. People were feeding the ducks, geese and even the squirrels by hand. A bit too adventurous for us!
After this, we travelled to the Southside of the river. Walking along the Thames on a ...

Just Cut My Feet Off Now

A travel blog entry by raichies


... great museum, though a lot of it was designed around keeping the interest of children.

We headed over to Greenwich after visiting the Docklands. First we viewed Greenwich from across the Thames. Then, we walked under the Thames through a tunnel that was built back in 1902. It links the Isle of Dogs where we started and Greenwich and only took 3 years to complete. Its purpose was to make it easier for workers living on the south side of the Thames ...


This hotel, located in the Mayfair/Soho/West End area of London, is near Oxford Street, Selfridges Tobacco Department, Debenhams, and Dorothy Perkins.
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