Bridgestreet India Street

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

School Holiday in London

A travel blog entry by swinbournes on Oct 31, 2014

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... with Big Ben.
You pay to get in, and it is worth every cent. The place is amazing. It is literally a whose who of English history in here. Nearly everyone is buried below the floors of the Cathedral. You walk along, and there is a burial stone for people like Charles Darwin, Chaucer, Lewis Carroll, Issac Newton, Livingstone etc etc etc. Then there are other rooms or crypts just off to the ...

We Walked Everywhere in London!

A travel blog entry by cindy.althoff on Sep 26, 2014

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... back the way we came to find the M&M Store! It was a four level store with everything that could ever have an M&M on it! They also had giant statues of the M&M characters in different parts! They had four of them doing the Beattle's walk. After loosing ourselves in that for a bit, we headed back towards the hostel. We all passes out that night again without hearing anything! Ready to get up for a bit more relaxing last full day in London tomorrow!

Hmnmm seems I have to catch a train

A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Sep 05, 2014

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... and off I went.... and it was not long before I saw a sign for a pub on the cliffs of Dover...duhhhh.....quick turn and found myself sitting in a cool pub. Asked if it was too early for a pint...the locals laughed and said its never to I asked for a pint of local ale....and sat down and ordered some grub too. Dammmm I have yet to not like a beer here.... So I was topped up....checked out the view...and off I went. I ended up in the Cliffs of Dover ...

A Historian's Paradise

A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 28, 2014

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... least not his armor. . The armor looks so stiff, it's hard to envision it being comfortable let alone manageable and maneuverable in a battle. We walk along the ancient wooden floors, our steps echoing off the wooden beams. The White Tower is the earliest stone keep in England and was the most fortified part of the castle.

Outside the White Tower, the ravens squawk. They prance around, rarely flying. Apparently, the ravens have had their wings clipped in order to keep them ...

Big Red Bus

A travel blog entry by tylervote on Jul 25, 2014

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... Tower of London and Buckingham Palace. It was a really good way to see all of the main historical sites in a small amount of time.
It was only roughly $50 each person and you get to see all of the main, amazing sites while your overseas. It would be very beneficial and educational as well as fun for a group of students.