The Plough

42 Christchurch Road, London, England, SW14 7AF, United Kingdom | Inn

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Goodbye Ireland, hello London

A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron


... there are is any traffic rule enforcement. We saw two heavily painted up speed camera vans, but lots of camera signs. I was driving at one stage with a Garda behind me, thinking I have no idea what the speed limit is, but I think it's probably about 80, and probably drove that for 10 - 15 minutes, when I saw a 50 sign (something they do very well here is have lots of speed signs, constantly letting you know what speed you should be travelling), so ...

The Adventure Begins

A travel blog entry by midannwife


... will be acceptable but hey I'm a westerner and may want to go out for the odd walk!) * 2 long sleeve cotton shirts * 6 t shirts * knickers, spare bra and cotton pj's, wash things and a bit of makeup! I'm taking some walking sandals, posher ones and some moccasins. Also got rain coat and umbrella! Anyway, suitably lighter weight (the case now weighs 14kgs (I'm tempted now to put some more stuff in!!), I've got to check in on line. My coach to ...


A travel blog entry by liz.schmitt.12


We arrived in London on Saturday night. As soon as I got my stuff locked up in the hostel, I ran to the Tube Station and got off in the center of London. My mission was to get a ticket for a musical- no matter which one I saw I just wanted to go to one. I stopped in the first ticket booth I could find (they are everywhere in London) and got a ticket to go see Mamma Mia. I found my way to the theater ...

Travels - South east Asia begins

A travel blog entry by notgettinglost

... awake watching three films so my main memory of the flight is:

Food: Butter Chicken (delicious)

Films: Thor: Dark World, Frozen and Now You See Me.

Followed by an episode of New Girl for landing.

Arriving in Dubai I walked into the shiniest and most impressive airport I have ever seen. There was a giant waterfall feature by the lifts and high end shops everywhere. Slightly concerned that my backpack wouldn't find its way on to the new plane I made my ...

Day 4: The One With the Boys in Blue

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv


... wasn't running at all today.) We stopped for groceries at Sainsbury's again, and admired the number, variety, and great names of the many pubs along the way. We almost stopped at every one of them--The Goose, The Clarence, The Cumberland Arms, The Three Kings, The Live and Let Live, The Hand and Flower--but decided to get pizza and bring it home instead. It was far cheaper--2.40 for a small Sloppy Giuseppe, which was not as filling as we'd have liked ...


This inn, located in the Westminster/Belgravia area of London, is near King's Cross Station, Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, Liberty, and The All England Lawn Tennis Club.
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