Bridgestreet India Street

Address: 8 India St., London, England, United Kingdom | Villa
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Travel Blogs from London

Tuesday Zooday

A travel blog entry by 2enkt on Aug 04, 2015

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... went back to the hotel because it sounded like Ken was wanting to meet up with us, but by the time we got back to him, he was back in bed! We went back out and Got on a double decker, hop on hop off bus heading for Kensington Palace. We wanted to go stop by and say hi to William and Kate, maybe see the kids :-). There's a recording that plays as the bus drives and we learned some cool things ...

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

A travel blog entry by joshandlauren on Jul 10, 2015

... nightclub! On the 9th unable to book tickets to Alcatraz, and with reports of it not being great we headed out to enjoy the piers of San Fran and the exploratorim (a massive W5) because evidently we are children. We had a steak dinner and a couple quiet ones with our group before heading home to begin packing. :( Our trip has been phenomenal, exceeding expectations in every way. Josh enjoyed Japan the most (obviously) and Lauren is in ...

Hallowed Turfs

A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on Apr 05, 2015

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... to see. But as we walked up Baker Street we saw a small crowd outside 221b and wondered about reconsidering. But it turns out the museum is not included in our pre-paid London Pass tourist ticket, so, nah. Actually, what kept running through my mind was Gerry Rafferty: “Light in the head and dead on your feet.” Except, isn’t the first line “Winding your way up Baker Street”? It seemed pretty straight to me.

A few ...

A little London on less than a little sleep

A travel blog entry by mydogsathome on Jan 29, 2015

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... rain. We almost ran the length of Whitehall, focused on the shelter ahead at the national gallery we missed seeing much along the way. There was little enthusiasm left when we realized we were done tired but still had a 30 minute walk back to the hotel. Thankfully S had managed to wrangle us executive lounge access for our stay, and the had hot tea and coffee waiting.

Rain, cold, exhaustion, all included the walk ...

M&Ms and a girl called Cath

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Oct 31, 2014

... it with cheesy pasta bake on Katie's floor.
Lisa xo
Today I was going home.
To the lovely Tim and Chris.
When I set out from Scotland all those months ago, I had this wonderful plan that I would go from visiting Katie to ...