Mercure London Bloomsbury

130 - 134 Southampton Row, London, England, WC1B 5AF, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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Sunny London, Bristol and Cranleigh in Surrey

A travel blog entry by lorrog


... 4pm which makes it a nice place to stroll around.I (note this is Roger !!!!) bought a pair of shoes 35, then we went for lunch at the Onslow Arms in Loxwood, West Sussex right next to the Wey-South Canal where Mick and I tried a couple of pints of Heritage “Full English” beer. We also met at the pub Steve & Nicky his partner with their two children , Rolo 4 & Martha 2 years old,a very pleasant friendly couple. Rolo will inherit the farm ...

You had your 10mins of fame outside the gay club

A travel blog entry by saskilton

... spin in the drier once we got back, despite taking the tube! After hiding indoors, we finally ventured out for dinner. This time early enough for a table at the pub.. And even caught the end of Andy Murray's game! And Pete was lucky not to end up with beers in his lap, looking at the big crack around the handle! Due the mundane nature of these two days this post is photoless! Were off on our rabbies tomorrow, so promise to post some ...

Big day out

A travel blog entry by go_gifford


... in their intact state. The War Rooms were later emptied and used as storage for many years by the Government until the they were reproduced and turned into a musuem. It was faithfully made up by using photos taken by the staff who worked there. We weren't able to see The Dock where the staff would sleep. It was apparently very cramped a2nd unpleasent living conditions. It was a fantastic display, we loved seeing it.


Visiting Greenwich with Ross

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw


... we went into the Queen’s House. This was a house built in the 1800’s for Princess Anne and now houses the Maritime Art Gallery. We ventured around admiring art especially the ones of Captain Cook’s journeys to NZ. We met up with Jarod (Joel’s cousin) and said bye to Ross who had to rush off for work related commitments. Together we explored the Maritime museum which had some great exhibits on trade in Indochina and West Indies. ...

London: Windsor Castle and Hampton Court

A travel blog entry by rknepper


... it was Elizabeth who had the Eastern kitchen built; today, this is the palace's public tea room. On the death of Elizabeth I in 1603, the Tudor period came to an end. The Queen was succeeded by her first cousin-twice-removed, the Scottish King, James VI, who became known in England as James I of the House of Stuart. In 1604, the palace was the site of King James' meeting with representatives of the English Puritans, known as the Hampton Court Conference; while agreement with the ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Bloomsbury area of London, is near Russell Square, All Star Lanes, Barbican Gallery, and Tavistock Square.
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