Harmony Ii

Marsh Wall, London, England, E14 9RS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the London East area of London, is near Hammersmith, Canada Place Mall, Canary Wharf Tower, and Aldwych Area.
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London Calling

A travel blog entry by halleyc on Jul 07, 2014

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... over to the Tower, which is where the phrase "on the wagon" originated. I have no idea how true that is, but it makes an interesting story.

From there, we had quite a long night. We visited a rooftop bar overlooking the river. We went to the Covent Garden area, which has rows of bars and expensive shops. We also went to Leicester Square/Piccadilly Circus, which is the Times Square of London, with big bright lights and hoards ...

London Day 2

A travel blog entry by penns on May 31, 2014

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... a couple of sausages and mashed potatoes. Mine also came with peas and carrots; it was all very good.
After dinner we went back to the church for the concert. Nine musicians played selections from Bach, Mozart, and Pachelbel, then they finished night with Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons." The concert was great and it was really neat to hear it in St. Martin's. That's it for now--we need to get up on time tomorrow so we can go to a church where they speak ...

Stood up

A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor on Mar 26, 2014

... go home- I wanted to socialise. So I called up Carmie and we met up in Wimbledon for cocktails and dinner. It was so lovely to see her- but it is always lovely to see her!

After a catch up on her new work place and my current work place, we went our respective ways... quite tipsily I might add.

When I got home I got Alek's text saying that she was sorry... and she fell asleep... so that does actually ...

Keeper for a Day

A travel blog entry by lauren-alice on Feb 23, 2014

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... which was causing a lot of grief so the vets decided to remove the entire eye. Afterwards he was much better, the only thing is that now he can only see from one side so without even realised he head-butted Sam and I a few times because he couldn’t see that we were standing there. Sam is taller than me so she copped it more than I did –being short isn’t so bad after all – you can escape lama head-butting.


Overground, underground ...

A travel blog entry by sindlen on Jan 03, 2014

... bikes and cycle around. We then got the DLR (aka Docklands Light Rail) to Bank. There is no driver and we managed to score the front seats, which Ed enjoyed. This was interesting. While the DLR is mostly overground, going into Bank it goes underground and it is quite novel seeing the tunnel from the driver's perspective (if there was one) and the steepness of the tunnel was surprising. We managed to ...

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