Royal Dock Apartments

3 Albert Basin Way, London, England, E16 2QP, United Kingdom | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the London East area of London, is near Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Jack the Ripper Walking Tour with London Walks, and Lakeside Shopping Center.
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Travel Blogs from London

Free Day in London

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Jul 22, 2014

39 photos

... and Trafalgar Square. We retraced some of our route from the morning but got back to the hotel about 6:00. In retrospect we should have just taken the Underground as we had planned. It was still a good day and we did see a lot more from the bus, that we wouldn't have seen going under ground.

We got showers as it was a very hot day and gathered with 1/2 of our tour group for a Dinner Cruise at 6:45. We walked about 5 minutes ...

Let the Adventure begin

A travel blog entry by munya on Jun 13, 2014


I had tried my best not to think about my pending Brazilian adventure and to a certain extent had managed to do just that until the penultimate weekend - i.e. weekend of 07-08 June when it suddenly dawned on me that I had to go and buy some T-shirts and shorts that I should take with me to Brazil. I went to Feltham on Saturday, june 7th and went straight to Lidl - I was amazed with what I saw. I got carried away and bought some T-shirts, ...

A Walk About London

A travel blog entry by shannoliver on May 26, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... get you two seats, but that's it". See, I can make it in the big city!

After all that, the food was meh. But hey, I'm from Arizona, so it's probably amazing Latino food to them. The sangria was decent (and cheap during happy hour!).

On our walk back we strolled under Big Ben, the Eye, and Green Park.

Oh, and it was raining the whole time. Not to mention 9:30pm and it's still light out.

We're beat.


Days 13-14: Bath and Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by sdsupharm14 on Apr 15, 2014

4 photos

... hot springs. At the time it was believed the water had healing properties. Those who bathed here often traveled from long distances to experience healing, and many prayed and made donations before bathing to gain the favor of the gods. Now when we say “bathe,” we don’t just mean hopping into a pool and cleaning up. This was quite the extravagant process. First, visitors would change out of their clothing and enter a warm room in order ...

FCO Fundraiser

A travel blog entry by nepal2014 on Feb 27, 2014

1 photo

... culture.

After this every expedition member was awarded their International Scout Scarf. These were presented to us by Councillor Chhetri. We were also all given a traditional Nepalese scarf which was a lovely gift.

Expedition members had a few photos taken by the FCO official photographer, one was taken in front of a Ghurkha Soldier inside the FCO. Members also had the opportunity ...