The Victoria Inn

Address: 77 - 79 Choumert Road, London, England, SE15 4AR, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located in the South Bank/Bankside area of London, is near Borough Market, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Bermondsey Market, and The Exhibit.
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    Little Known Facts about London

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Mar 23, 2015

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    ... than 8.5 million people but the City of London is its tiny part with only about 8,500 residents. Greater London is so huge that its area can contain four New York cities or 50 cities of the size of Paris.

    London Has Only Streets and No Roads

    Except Goswell Road, London has no other roads and even that has become part of the Square Mile. Streets, Ways and Lanes are more common in this city.

    Unused Tube Stations

    London Eye – the most iconic attraction in L

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Jan 28, 2015

    ... Eye itself but there are several car parks within walking distance of the South Bank area which would be suitable. Alternatively, perhaps the cheapest, quickest and easiest way of accessing the attraction would be to park outside of London and catch the tube or overground train into the centre of the city.

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    Happy Zombie Day!

    A travel blog entry by stedders on Oct 11, 2014

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    ... day. Greg chose smoked haddock, because it was on the 2nd class menu of the Titanic, I chose roasted guinea fowl, which incidentally cost more than a guinea so it was incorrectly labelled – but it was nice. That it’s for the day and here is a summary of transport for the day: 5 Paris Metro trips 1 Paris taxi 1 Eurostar journey 1 London minicab 1 London bus 2 London Tubes trips Plus the mandatory 12-kilometre walk Good ...

    My London London bridge wanna come down...

    A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Sep 14, 2014

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    ... then treat ourselves to a fancy dinner on the strip. I am delighted to come home to a message from my angel. I'd gotten soppy and told her I missed her in the last message, I was worried she might not reply but she did, telling me she missed me as well, I sleep so much better tonight having read that. I don't wake up well though, I feel very queazy. To best describe this story I will repost what I wrote to everyone back home on facebook:

    My new city!

    A travel blog entry by flashpackernat on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... and we explored London! Staying in a central hotel for a week, we explored Kensington Palacr, negotiated the underground, and wandered the side of the Thames! We took a river cruise on a gorgeous sunny day (after it stopped raining) and strolled in awe through Westminster Abbey. And of course... cream tea! YUM. Scones and tea and cream and jam! We spent one morning at Kensington palace, learning about the royals chequered history and sordid love stories - the ...