Travelodge London Wimbledon Morden

Address: A24, Epsom Road, London, England, SM4 5PH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Morden area of London, is near Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, Liberty, Triyoga, and Juniper Hall Field Centre.
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    A travel blog entry by chuckjeanfl on Jun 27, 2015

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    ... buried there...several kings, Charles Dickens, Charles Darwin, CS Lewis, Jane Austen, Geoffrey Chaucer, Isaac Newton, Handel, Laurence Olivier and a whole lot of people most never heard of. Some had simple inscriptions in stone while others had very elaborate statues or monuments. The coronation of every English monarch since the 1300s has taken place here. And in more recent history, the wedding of Prince William and Kate. Unfortunately, no photos ...

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    A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 22, 2015

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    ... for a steak!! And that was the most expensive thing on the menu. And it was really good) to start our stay gently. It's a case of there being so much to choose from that it's hard to choose anywhere to eat - the opposite of Mile End, where we had to repeat our dining experiences by the end of the week. We've made some plans for the week, but we still have a day or two unfilled. Hmmm. What is there to do in London?


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    A travel blog entry by kapunismith on Apr 14, 2015

    ... ground and through the old London dock area around Canary Wharf, which is now full of tall expensive looking office blocks.

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    A travel blog entry by elliottjulia on Jan 11, 2015

    ... life... On my way to the airport, I was reflecting on my experiences in India and comparing them with my expectations. I was also comparing it with my trip to China which was another culture shock country I've visited. Whilst China experience was "great to see what this beast is about, but would prefer to never go there again", India was more like "it was amazing and distressing at times, but i would love to see more and experience more of India again at some ...