The Royal Foundation of St Katharine

2 Butcher Row, London, England, E14 8DS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by alexissnow

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I consider my visit to London was the closing of my semester abroad. I still cannot believe that I arrived in Nancy five months ago to dead trees and constant rain. I never thought homesickness was a real thing until I was at the airport crying uncontrollably as I said goodbye, and when the mention of anyone at home would send me into tears. I think we all felt it to some extent, no matter how different we all were missing our ‘normal’ lives was ...

Hola España, Ciao Italia!

A travel blog entry by mccloskey

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... my credit card in hand but the stores gave me so much anxiety today that I couldn't even function, let alone shop. Other than that, today has been pretty low-key. I woke up early to go on a run, got lost on my run, went into the city for class, got lost while going to class, went to the mall, and got lost when leaving the mall. Notice a prevailing theme to my life yet? Yesterday was a bit more exciting because a few of us went on a walking tour of ...

The Scots Man and the Girl from Minesota

A travel blog entry by maggiekathleen

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... of her friends had gotten the contact info for one of his friends and with a bit of detective work got his number. They've been together for six years now, and despite being nervous about his interview, he said calmly, "What will be, will be." Wished us a goodnight and a great trip and was off.
It was a lovely story. I hope everything went well, and he's currently on his way to Minnesota to get married to the beautiful women he met on the beach. ...

Circus of horrors and a free peep show...

A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor

... for what I expected to be a crazy show...

... and I wasn't disappointed.

The first thing that we saw was a dwarf character flashing the crowd his willy... at first I thought it was a mistake but then it just kept happening... then he attached a hoover to his willy and pulled it around the stage... lifted a cannon ball ...

New Year's in London

A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian

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... at that point to make visiting it a worthwhile endeavor. With time left to kill before returning to the Barbican, we instead made an all-too-brief visit to the Victoria and Albert Museum, breezing through a museum that really deserved a lot more of our time.

Before long, we were fighting our way through the masses to get back to the Barbican. The queue was already about 20 people deep once we arrived. Making matters worse was the fact that we were in line behind ...

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This hotel, located in the Shadwell area of London, is near Museum in Docklands, Brunel Museum, Whitechapel Bell Foundry, and Ragged School Museum.
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