Kings Head Guest House

Address: 11 Church Street, London, England, E15 3HU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the London East area of London, is near Hackney Empire, Hackney Empire, Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, and Joseph.
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      History of tea in Great Britain

      A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Nov 15, 2014

      ... AD, tea had become China’s number one drink, and by the eighth century AD the Chinese were trade-off tea. Tea firstly grasped Europe in the late sixteenth century, but the subtle leaves often suffered during the long sea journeys from China to the island. Profit-conscious tea creators were forced to adopt more classy methods of production, packing and conveyance. Until this point in its past all tea was green; the normal colouring within the ...

      London calling; home calling

      A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Oct 23, 2014

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      ... instant rapport I have with these two guys, I've found brothers from another country, they're that eerily similar in taste and intelligence, awesome, awesome guys.

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      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Sep 23, 2014

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      ... and how cleverly they were rebuilt. In some cases the chips in the foundation from shrapnel are still evident. Then we meander down to the Thames, have a coffee and read the paper, wander past the London Eye (the biggest ferris wheel you’ll ever see) see Big Ben, the Parliament Buildings and Westminster Abbey. Allen is hoping to visit the Parliament but they are out of session. Darn! We take the bus home, go out for ...

      London day 5

      A travel blog entry by che99 on Jul 24, 2014

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      ... the cheese grater and the other new ones. By then it was around 230 but the outdoor bars were still packed. Good to see the locals keeping the wheels of commerce turning!
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      Time to explore London

      A travel blog entry by gengibar on Jun 04, 2014

      ... English. Not only was I impressed with the flora, but I was even more impressed the fauna. I was fortunate to see some white swans, pelicans and most excited to see squirrels. I have never ever seen a squirrel in real life but my goodness, the were cute and cheeky. No sooner had Josh who was eagerly taking photos of squirrels said "I hope one doesn't jump on me", that one cheeky little squirrel lunged onto his trousers and started running up his leg!

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