The Gateway Hotel

Address: 14 Balham Hill, London, England, SW12 9EB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Westminster/Belgravia area of London, is near The O2, Royal Mews, Docklands Light Railway, and The Place.
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    Fangirling in London

    A travel blog entry by ari.letherer on Oct 17, 2015

    102 photos

    I had an interview in Spanish and they hired me! Well, not hired exactly, as it is a volunteer position, but I'm still excited! Part of my program involves volunteering and then writing this huge paper about it, so I've been stressing about where I was going to volunteer. When I volunteered at a hospital in the states, it involved references, an interview, a drug test, a background check, and vaccinations. I guess things are a little more lax here.

    Anyways, I haven't ...

    Cancer Ward

    A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Jul 23, 2015


    ... of Gaviscon from the fridge but the damage had been done. I lay in bed for four more hours unable to sleep but thankful at least for the mild relief it brought. All I could think of was the day's journey to London and how this was but a fraction of the journey ahead. Must. Stop. Drinking.

    Three hours sleep and 3000 miles to come. And it's raining. Within 25 miles it's raining so hard the visibility is zero and there's standing water on the M4. Liza has her ...

    First real tourist day

    A travel blog entry by ramihaxhi on Jun 29, 2015

    4 photos

    ... meandered into the poets corner. The composer Handel is prominently displayed in here although I'm not sure why. The audio guide is playing his music. Other names? Well, from Chaucer to W.H. Auden, they're all either buried or commemorated here.

    Next I hit the Jewel Tower. There are no jewels here, it's just one of the remnants of the old medieval palace that no longer exists. I spent about 10 minutes here.

    I grabbed a coffe and a bag of ...

    Tombs, Tates, Babies, Elephants, Castles, and Fish

    A travel blog entry by nick.lattner on May 04, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... seeing Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, and Edmond Halley's tombs were pretty cool. Oh, and this little old guy named Shakespeare had a monument there, but his body was else-wear.

    We continued on to the nearby Parliament buildings, and good old Big Ben on our way down the Thames river. We headed towards the Tate Britain museum, and unfortunately struck out. Although I am sure there are a lot of ...

    Jacob Sweet

    A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 13, 2015

    13 photos

    Today we headed to the airport at 5:30am and To be honest I was not that tired. I was happy to wake up and see that Ohio State was taking care of business and went on to win the national title. We got to the airport and I got some coffee and was excited to board the plane. We boarded the plane at 7:50. The ride was a bumpy bumpy ride. A few MU students even got sick. I never get motion sick, but ...