BridgeStreet Canary Central

Address: Canary Central, London, England, E14 9LH, United Kingdom | Villa
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This villa, located in the London East area of London, is near Museum in Docklands, Hammersmith, Canary Wharf Tower, and Canada Place Mall.
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Travel Blogs from London

Listen to the music of the night

A travel blog entry by hiltsfamily on Jul 31, 2015

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July 31, 2015 I think I can say that I officially really love London. We had another amazing day touring around again today. In the morning we toured St. Paul's Cathedral, what a beautiful church. We decided that all the walking wasn't enough exercise to help us shed the calories of all the good food we have been eating so we climbed to the top of St Paul's dome, a total of 528 up steps. The views were breath taking and we all were ...

I left my heart in San Francisco (or maybe TOKYO)

A travel blog entry by joshandlauren on Jul 10, 2015

... independence day. We got an included hotel buffet, where we ate stupid amounts of food. Exploring Vegas is hazardously hot, but they do have a good bus service.  In terms of gambling we only lost $400 which wasn't bad... (only joking mum&dad). After an ordeal getting some food we headed to get a limo ride. Which had lots of Free bubbly :). Our 4th of July club was much nicer. Up in the sky line of Vegas. Though again not cheap. ...

Belated last blog for London

A travel blog entry by leanneheading on May 07, 2015

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... to go home..

On our final
night in London we all went back to Picaddily Circus to have a farewell
dinner.....Before we had our meal we went to the National Art Gallery at
Trafalga Square, which was absolutely wonderful...I discovered work by an
artist called Canaletto(1697-1768) superb paintings partly because of the
colours & sense of light but because of the amazing detailed architectural

Truncated Day

A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on Apr 06, 2015

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... and insights. We bought our first souvenirs: key-rings with fuzzy replicas of microbes and cells. I chose a common cold bacterium and Stephen got a brain cell, complete with synapse. Cute!

When we came out we saw Borough Market in front of us. It was 4.30, and we had arrived at our scheduled lunch spot. Time to go home, and start fresh from that point tomorrow.

Back at Mile End, for dinner we settled on a place we had seen on our way back home from the station, ...

Reunion with Soup Boy (Adam) and Matilda

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jan 29, 2015


... I walked in with my Irish best friend, sat down and had dinner and talked non-stop was priceless. I am definitely going to get questioned tomorrow. Even though we are basically like brother and sister and he is gay, I have been given permission to spin the story how ever I like, and I am so ok with that. But I'm quite happy to say the truth, because our story is way more exciting than wooing an Irish guy. We then ran off, got lost and eventually found Matilda. ...