Comfort Zone-Vista Serviced Apartments

Calderwood St, London, England, SE18 6JF, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the South Bank/Bankside area of London, is near Greenwich Market, Excel Centre, Thames Barrier Visitor Centre, and Southbank Book Market.
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    Big Ben is in fact really freaking big!

    A travel blog entry by sdhoneymoon on Jul 26, 2014

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    ... gay as well... Harry if you are reading, I love you, I miss you and I plan to come back here with you one day! :)

    Dan and my taste buds were set loose. Scotch eggs are actually quite difficult to find, but a hearty breakfast is not. I am proud, (I probably shouldn't be) to say that I finished that plate of British breakfast... Okay I'm lying I didn't eat any black pudding. I can't bring myself to try it. Anyways I don't think my photo does it justice, ...

    C and C, or How we spent our summer in Europe

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    A travel blog entry by bellawood on Apr 24, 2014

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    ... this vast line. HOW COULD WE GET IN ON THAT? We had a flight departing in 15 minutes and we still needed to go through customs, walk a mile to a different terminal, get our boarding pass for a flight that was probably closed and then get through security and to our gate. Almost impossible. We tried to catch the eye of the guy who was transporting people to the front of the line but he refused to look at us. We watched the line move at a glacial pace and the minutes pass ...

    My First Ever Marathon

    A travel blog entry by hstephens123 on Apr 13, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... my thoughts, I started the shuffle/stumble of a body that thought it had stopped for good and is now being made to start moving again. I would make it past my wall. I finished that mile in 11:43.

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    I survived the London Subway

    A travel blog entry by angel2014 on Mar 28, 2014

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... Oyster card for London (subway/bus card) and I didn't have to fork out ten pounds for it. Something that is pretty depressing is actually the amount of money that we had to spend on our trip that didn't include our free entry's to museums and art gallery's. London is incredibly expensive as well as that our australian dollar is faring pretty poorly currently which translates to being more broke than usual for a student.

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