Goldsmiths House

Park Village East, London, England, NW1 3SX, United Kingdom | Inn
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"Cheerio, spot on, bully, stiff upper lip" London

A travel blog entry by jklezok

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... Abbey or the Churchill War Museum on the first day, so we are going to try again. Today we had success with both. Westminster Abbey is a feast for the eyes. This Gothic church was started in 1065 by Edward the Confessor, but was mostly built by Henry III between 1245 and 1272. What makes this church a little different is the amount of history that resides in these walls. This is where kings and queens of England hold their coronations, where royal marriages are performed ...

The Castle

A travel blog entry by hajduk

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... someone noteworthy and tried the maze. Rita and I were not successful at it so Sara made us do it again and she led us to victory. Truly, they are harder than you think. We then had lunch at the castle before heading back to London. When we got back in town we went to Abbey Road and Rita walked the cross walk of their famous album cover. We also saw Abbey Road Studios were they used to record their music. We then took a red ...

Day 110: We were kidnapped

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber

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... to Westminster Abby. This is the church where all of the kings of England receive their crown. It is a beautiful building on the outside (and I assume the inside. The admission fee was 18 per person... roughly $30). Right around the corner from the Abby is Elizabeth Tower which houses the bell known as Big Ben (although pretty much everyone just calls the tower Big Ben). You cannot help but see the Parliament building when you look at Big Ben. This is one of ...

Starting a new life in London

A travel blog entry by tonestar

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... other things like people wanting information about acting opportunities and so forth. They have some templates about how to respond to these things already, but due to the wide variety of things that come in it is hard to follow a template on every response. Sometimes I use a bit of a few templates, so the second part of my job will involve rewriting these and broadening them, and then when staff become involved, training them in being able to do this. So it is not an ...

Plenty of scrambled eggs and plenty o fried tomato

A travel blog entry by dearmoomoo

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Dear Moo Moo, Today we arrived in England. England is a thing where lots of pinkish white people live and it's cold enough that your fluffy coat would not make you too hot to function. After a very long flight populated exclusively with children under 3 years of age, we hopped into a black cab (which was way more expensive than the tube but we were way too tired to navigate ...

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This inn, located in the Northwest/Regent Park area of London, is near Camden Town, Holland Park, Open Air Theatre, and Jewish Museum.
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