Travelodge London Wimbledon Morden
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Hundred-year-old packaging of soap, cleaning product and food may seem prosaic but we found it very interesting. There is something special about a hundred-year-old packet of unopened biscuits. We also wondered what the active ingredient in the Victorian era “Invigorating Pills’ or what the “Superfine Shagg” could possibly be.
We headed back to the flat exhausted, but another great day in London.
... capital's great Royal Parks.
The most modern and contemporary technology, spacious area, and beautifully appointed rooms come as a standard to this hotel. Every room benefits from coffee and tea making facilities, rain shower in the en-suite bathroom, telephones with voicemail, high speed Broadband and Wi-Fi internet, as well as modern media hub.
The restaurant in this hotel serves daily breakfast, which offers ...
... around the mounted guards, the park and up to buckingham palace. We went to the national gallery and had afternoon tea 60p. The scones were amazing. Then we went back to camberwell and out for dinner at an Italian place. We went out for a couple of drinks and headed off at about 1am. We stopped for a kebab which took ages and was kinda soggy. We got a black cab back to the hotel for about ...
... headed to boroughmarket. We indulged in the delicious market food and I enjoyed every course as we walked around. I love this market! It's right by the Shakeshpere's Globe theatre which we were on our way to! My roommate Maria and Amy are both in a Shakesphere class and invited me with to this performance. The tickets were only 5 pounds to stand. This theatre was recreated after the original ...
... Kate, but plenty of security around. Another beautiful place was the Italianate Garden, with fountains and ponds. There were a few water birds with chicks following behind, then we saw something bigger swimming in the fountain. Took us a minute to realize it was a small longhaired puppy, furiously dogpaddling around. Before Dan could be the hero, a woman reached in and grabbed it out by its collar. It shook itself off a bit, and in a couple minutes a young ...