Trinity House

Address: 26 Blackhorse Road, London, England, E17 7BE, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Markhouse area of London, is near Walthamstow Market, Spencer House, Sutton House, and Clissold Park.
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    Week 5

    A travel blog entry by hillaryandcase on Jun 22, 2015

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    ... We then walked to Hampstead park, a huge park with several ponds and a giant hill that overlooks the whole city. It was very, very cool. My ride home took about 2 hours (!) but I just put some music on and it was fine. I talked with my roommates a little more when I got home and then went to sleep.

    June 24

    It's Cassie's birthday today!! Really sad I can't be with her to celebrate. I looked through all our pictures on Facebook together (there are a lot...) ...

    End of first week

    A travel blog entry by clakiwi on Mar 07, 2015

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    Today I went and wandered around the area from Isle of Dogs (opposite Greenwich) up to Canary Wharf. Has been a few flats coming up in that area. Includes the Pan Pacific which is tallest residential block in London. Mostly looks Ok area, and some luxurious flats with fabulous views. Close to tube & DLR, and shopping mall at Canary ...

    Things Can't Always Go as Planned...

    A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Nov 21, 2014

    ... The plethora of deceased nobility was hard to keep track of, but incredible to imagine how many fascinating people were all now buried in the same place. I wish I knew the words to use to express how incredible it was to be there. After at least two hours of touring Westminster Abbey we started walking further from the main attractions. As we walked I noticed a newspaper on the ground, and the front page headline mentioned something about Airbnb, the company I had ...

    History of tea in Great Britain

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Nov 15, 2014

    ... classes and throughout places of work. It even made part of a worker’s salaries, and is used as an enticing extra when included in the ticket price of London’s guest magnetisms. Today Tea has become the drink we know and love and to wake us in the morning, to fresh us through the working day, and to quiet and refresh us during the evening. One can enjoy alone, or in company as part of a stylish and excessive feast, or the simplest of ...

    Day 3 - Evening

    A travel blog entry by the10s on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... keeps its calm reverent pace even in the hustle and bustle of tourism.

    Then lunch on the way to Kensington Palace. Fish and chips are are a new favorite of mine. It didn't matter that it was burning hot and fresh out of the fryer, I inhaled it!

    Kensington was nice, not as over the top as I expected. Queen Victoria's quarters were beautiful. She was TINY, smaller than my sister Katie. I'd guess by the clothes on display she was barely 5' tall. Her husband called her ...