Premier Inn London Wimbledon South
Travel Blogs from London
... have been allocated a tiny dog box with peeling wallpaper and it takes over 2 hours to get our luggage - and several phone calls plus a visit to the porter. We arranged to meet some of the coach group to go to the Three Tuns Pub for tea as some want to try the bangers and mash. We head off to the pub only to discover it is packed to the rafters. Luckily they have a sister pub a few streets away and we get ...
... band were both crazy talented and it was a fantastic performance. Afterwards we went to a pub nearby and got judgmental looks from our bartender, Ben. Wherever you are Ben, you make your whiskey and coke too damn weak. Work on that. After witnessing an attempted purse-snatching on the street, we met another colorful character named Ethan on the way back to our hostel. He was an amiable stoner/rapper and he recounted us with the tale of how he got his nose/teeth broken by a ...
Before coming to England, we had booked a tour of Buckingham Palace where we would meet up with my Mum and Jack to go round together. We headed over to the palace in good time and everything was chaotic around there as Green Park was full of bicycles. We found my Mum and Jack easy enough at the designated meeting place but could not find where we were supposed to exchange our vouchers for the tickets. A lot of the walkways were cut off because of the bike event, ...
The thinks I enjoyed the best on our trip, so far:
Tiffany: Seeing the Eiffel Tower
Exploring new places, like the Colosseum
Going on the double ...
... had to step over and around luggage in the aisle to avoid
myself and a rather large group of Italian tourists who I had been fortunate to
tag along with in this most unfortunate escapade. At King’s Cross we went down another stairwell and caught
the Circle Line making one minor switch along the way to High Street
Kensington. I lugged up the
suitcases in what should be the last time and made my way south on Wright’s
Lane and ...