Windmill Clapham

Address: Clapham Common South Side, London, England, SW4 9DE, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the London Southwest area of London, is near The O2, Royal Mews, Floris, and The Place.
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    British Treasures

    A travel blog entry by alysoun on Jun 26, 2015

    4 comments, 23 photos

    ... mean. You would think the sculptor would put a perfect nail on the guy's foot...but no. Funny to me.

    Christopher's favorite is the Assyrian Human Headed Winged Lions. These two 12 foot tall gates are from the 8th century BC and contain the earliest credited form of writing ever discovered, Cuneiform. This written language was first recorded 5,000 years ago by the Summerians in what is now Southern Iraq.

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    We thought we had left winter behind!

    A travel blog entry by gill.peterhosie on May 17, 2015

    13 photos

    ... had to be replaced today. London sort yourself out - we want it warmer than this. Today we headed by bus to Leyton. I had been to Leyton previously as I had visited a great aunt during a visit in 1983. It was there my sister had started her OE back in 1969 and my mother had stayed on two visits to London. In pouring rain we walked to 17 Griggs Road, an address I had known all my life as "the aunts back in England". My great aunt has ...

    Auditions part 3 and my train horror story

    A travel blog entry by emily.picardi on Apr 11, 2015

    ... I walked back to get it, but a little girl got there before me and gave me the ticket stub back. Now that was entirely too considerate an action for my freaked out mental state. I started crying as I tried to thank that little girl.

    Embarrassed, teary, and worried I would miss the next train, I ran down to the platform I'd been told to go to. When I got there I was alone. A couple of passengers milling around or getting on board, but that was it. I looked down at ...

    Royals, Children, Trains and Friend

    A travel blog entry by bornactor on Feb 25, 2015

    ... was quite fun to see it from right where we were, right by the main gate. Both bands played right there so it was really good. That's where i will watch the changing of the guard all the time now.

    After saying goodbye to the Queen, we headed to the first show of our jam packed day, which just happened to be in the best theatre ever: The Cambridge Theatre. This is a show that i saw when i was in New York last year. The show is Matilda, but there are two major differences. 1) ...

    Planes, Trains and Suicide lanes

    A travel blog entry by garyorme on Oct 23, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... left some very strong opinions with the Hotelier and we were on our way, maybe if we could get a hire car we could make our way to a hotel in Coventry which would mean being close to Angela's aunty near Nuneaton. As good a plan as any, however there were only cars available if you wanted them for a week or more and paid the equivalent of the national debt of a small country.
    A taxi ride got us to another train station and a 50 minute train ride got us ...