Travelodge Thurrock M25
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with many towers! It's on the Thames just under the Tower Bridge. We viewed a few towers (photos have info), walked the wall (which takes you into different rooms in the many towers, including royal residences, armories, prison cells and, of course, torture chambers), strolled the courtyards.
All in all, it was a great day but our legs and feet took a beating! Time for the ...
... and falls 25 feet during tide. We came to the old city of London which didn't look old at all. A fire in 1666 burned most of west London. It was destroyed again during the blitz in WWI. Arriving at the Tower of London we saw many school groups. Costumed tour guides were taking them around. It is also known as Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress. Tower of London is located on the north bank of the ...
... her with his arm out with something in his hand, he said oh lady you dropped something..bit of a scam we reckon! We the headed to Piccadilly station and headed to Tower Bridge. Dan was having a couple of drinks with some work mates so we thought we'd head to that area and have a few ourselves. Once we had a couple of lovely drinks in a rooftop bar looking towards tower bridge and Tower of London, Dan meet us there for 1 more drink then we set off ...
Today, we started off at St Paul's Cathedral. We went all the way up in the dome. That means about 500 steps. Then, we went on a boat ride on the Thames. The boat took us to the London Eye. We had to wait in line for about an hour, but it was totally worth it. The views were breathtaking. It moves slow enough that you can barely tell it's even moving. We also went to Leadenhall, which was the first covered market area in ...
... in particular, then you’ll also be able to visit a number of others. For instance, you can get a fabulous insight into Queen’s
Victoria’s life. It’s inspired by the Queen’s own journals, and features displays of personal objects in rooms where she lived. There, you’ll learn more than you can imagine, and by doing so, you’ll be better positioned in terms of ...