Warren House

Warren Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England, KT2 7HY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Warren Road, Kingston upon Thames, is near Burghley Park, John Lewis, Wimbledon Common, and Marble Hill House.
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    Travel Blogs from Kingston upon Thames

    Day 12: The One With the Bard and the Ripper

    A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jan 03, 2014

    37 photos

    ... going on a few hours rest. We got up early--or, rather, I set my alarm early--with every intention of heading out onto Kensington High Street to find an art supply store to pick up some pencils (long story: my parents bought me a journal for Christmas and wanted me to write in it on this trip, but I was having trouble starting it until yesterday when my I asked my parents for prompts that would help get me going; Mom suggested a handful ...

    London Alone

    A travel blog entry by cathterry on Oct 18, 2013

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... Vicky's mum even went on a 'towel animal making course' while on the boat, and as a joke bought the CD. So it's been a standing joke. I remember when Greg & Di went on their cruise at Rugby World Cup time, they were amazed by the towel animals and took pics. So awaiting me is a towel dog, wearing sunnies. Hilarious!! Hang out, then head to Queen Adelaide pub down the road. Very cool fitout, this place has just been renovated, love the look and feel. We're quite ...

    With family and school mates in England

    A travel blog entry by ozvere on Oct 01, 2013

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... bridge. This has a span of over 200M and is about 75M above the Avon River. It was built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and opened in 1864 - overall an impressive sight. Then it was on for a tour of the residential architecture which makes Clifton so unique. The Royal York Terrace, completed in 1820, and reputedly the longest in Europe, gave fine views over Clifton and Bristol. It was good to catch up with Mike again and all in all ...

    Catching up with Family

    A travel blog entry by allangraham on Aug 17, 2013

    14 photos

    ... as well as lots of posters for just about anything. Then it was down onto the beach (which is a pebble affair) to check out the sea - a bit brisk for me and Cecily so there was no swimming action on this trip. After a bit of lunch it was a walk along the pier, which made me think about the old Graham Greene novel Brighton rock, I kept looking for the recording booth where Pinkie recorded his infamous message onto vinyl for his girlfriend, no doubt long gone, ...

    Lundun town

    A travel blog entry by mitchpayne on Jul 23, 2013

    21 photos

    ... distances. Our second view was purely magical. On top of St Paul’s near the very top We were offered a 360 degree panorama of London city. Awesome. After heading down the long, narrow and windy stairs we hit the crypt underneath the church’s main floor. A lot of the country’s important historical and religious figures are buried here and walking around is like a who’s who of English history. Finishing St Paul's we went off for a walk onto the other side of ...