Duke's Head Hotel

Address: 6 Manor Road, Sutton, Surrey, England, SM6 0AA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 6 Manor Road, Sutton, is near Queen Mary's Gardens, St. James's Palace, Triyoga, and Sutton Junior Tennis Club.
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Travel Blogs from Sutton

England day 8

A travel blog entry by natalierose on Aug 08, 2014

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... late lunch and then headed out to the shops. I bought quite a lot, but for very cheap which was great! I ended up not going into many stores, so I'm heading back tomorrow for more! After dinner tonight I packed my suitcase, and it seems full to the brim! Really only because I've bought shoes, which I shouldn't have! I already have enough! Anyway early night tonight as I'm off to the shops first thing in the morning before I have to get myself to the ...

Tower of London and Wellcome Collection

A travel blog entry by margshepherd on Jul 31, 2014

... an Indian dinner. On the tube we headed back to Aldgate and walked to Brick Lane. This is a famous strip of Restaurants where each restaurant has a spruiker to try to sell you the best deal. We got free bottle of wine, naan and starter with any main meal of our choice for £10 each. Bargain. At 9:30 that night it was still light. The days are so long it really gives you lots of time to do everything. The biggest problem is a human limitation - sore ...

Stones of Old

A travel blog entry by saranugent on Jun 11, 2014

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Since being in London, I have been absolutely amazed at the vastness of this city. I never realized quite the size of the city that I have so longed to experience. My favorite part of London is the old buildings that are still here, buildings filled with so much history! Being able to walk through them, touch the stones, hear my own steps in the towers, are memories more magical than almost anything I've yet to experience. Walking past Shakespeare's globe theatre and down alleyways ...

Tower of London

A travel blog entry by nannakez on Apr 19, 2014

3 comments, 18 photos

... Mark at our new hotel at 4 o'clock. Home tonight is Park Plaza Victoria, the stepping off point for our tour tomorrow. It's a large generic type hotel with a much better bathroom!! We met Joey our tour guide in the lobby and received our package......bag tags, maps, instructions etc. Wake up is 5.15 in the morning with luggage outside the door at 5.30 followed by breakfast at 5.45 and departure at 6.30. Excited to start our tour ...

New Year's in London

A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian on Dec 28, 2013

1 comment, 91 photos

... be the last show during our stay in London.

...BUT there was a chance. We were told that a cancellation line would start forming a couple hours before the performance, and that people could still obtain tickets as reservations were cancelled. This was perhaps the worst thing we could've heard, because my immediate response was, "Let's do it."

With several hours left to go, we continued on our way to the Tower of London, which was in fact NOT going to be open ...