Sundridge Park Manor

Address: Willoughby Lane off Plaistow Lane, London, England, BR1 3TP, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located in the Plaistow and Sundridge area of London, is near Museum of Fulham Palace, The Runner's Shop, St. Leonard's Tower, and Royal Blackheath Golf Club.
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    Children’s Literature

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Mar 26, 2015

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    The original Peter Pan statue is in Kensington Gardens and was sculpted by George Frampton. It was commissioned by Barrie himself and was erected overnight on April 20th, 1912 as a May Day surprise to the children of London. Since then, seven other statues have been cast from the original mould. The statue of Peter in Kensington Gardens still ...


    A travel blog entry by tabithatraveler on Jan 29, 2015

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    ✈️Luckily flying in to London from Vancouver we missed Juno. But when we were an hour of walking away from the hotel Juno hit London! It was freezing cold and the wind was so strong. It felt like climbing mt Everest. But luckily the tea made up for the storm, it was AMAZING!!! ...

    Enormous whales and spiders

    A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Sep 18, 2014


    Before I went I was not at all sure it was my sort of thing at all.
    And now?

    The organisation was impressive. Embarkation and security were faultless, the victualling and general facilities on board astonishing. The ship was wonderfully clean and marvellously uncrowded. It was rare to have to share a lift with others and we hardly ever saw other people in the corridors either.They were probably all holding motorised scooter races on deck and betting ...

    How come every time I come around.....

    A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Aug 03, 2014

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    ... along the river Thames, complete with commentary on all the things we pass in a humourous manner, hence I'm excited to do the exact same thing to get towards the Eye and parliament house. The cruise is as good as I remembered, we get some nice photo opportunities from the water. We disembark opposite the eye, walk across the bridge, getting a great view of parliament house as we go towards the Eye. Once we're all lined up inside we start to lose interest quickly, the lady behind ...

    Endings and Negotiations

    A travel blog entry by londonmummy on Jul 17, 2014

    ... secure, just asks me constantly when I will be working again, and I do understand he hates carrying all the financial burden). The job will provide K with work too; so maybe we can reconnect. And maybe I'll feel less cut adrift and purposeless when I'm connected into an endeavour. I have lots of ideas about setting up my own, but little energy or resources - I am hoping these will be both be replenished if I plug into a goal-driven, time-limited ...