18-20 Trebovir Road, London, England, SW5 9NH, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $165.00

Travel Blogs from London

London - So much History!

A travel blog entry by pokie


Another super charged day. Up in the morning, onto a bus, the Tube, then the London Over ground (above ground rail) and walk for a bit to have breakfast at a trendy little cafe next to a waterway. Funny houseboats, people jogging with their dogs on a Saturday morning and lots of happy men. Then back onto the over ground, onto a bus to go to Borough Markets. Food ...

London day 5

A travel blog entry by susansantiago


... with rain. Only the second time we had rain in 3 weeks! The flower show was one of the main things determining our stay in London. I bought tickets online 3 months ago. The show is a sell out here with thousands of attendees. Oh well, thick upper lip, change into clothing that can get wet, put on my ugly old rain slicker with the charming hood, and my faux diamond encrusted black plastic flip flops from the dollar ...

Day of Culture

A travel blog entry by babsbusch


Today started out like any other, Zach was off for his run by the time I got up around half seven and was back by the time I got out of the shower.
We had a nice breakfast that he prepared with the fresh eggs and bread that we picked up at the market the other day.
Dan was making his way in to spend more time with us and by the time we were ready to go out he was at Borough Market sipping a coffee.
Off we went along the southbank of the Thames to the Tate Modern for some perusing ...


A travel blog entry by simonct


... 8217;t scare me with the prices of things mate, I’m from Perth!” A sad indictment on how expensive things are in Perth.

Cultural London was high on the list for us this time, and we saw a musical called “The Book of Mormon”. I was a sceptic, but it was absolutely hilarious. You have to be into South Park humour to like it I think (it is by Trey Parker and Matt Stone). It has won 9 “Tony” awards and is currently the most ...

Aug 7: Legoland Theme Park, in Windsor

A travel blog entry by rknepper


... between three and twelve. In 2012, the park had 2.0 million visitors, making it the second most visited theme park in the United Kingdom after Alton Towers, and the 10th most visited in Europe. OMG. What a fabulous place for kids.... much more organized, smaller, and more fun than Disneyland or Disney world. What Legoland has managed to do is separate the park by age groups, and made each one so much fun, you never want ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Knightsbridge/Earl's Court/Kensington area of London, is near Holland Park Opera, Queen Elizabeth II Great Court, Urban Outfitters, and La Vigneronne.
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