Bridgestreet India Street

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

Last day in London

A travel blog entry by swinbournes on Nov 05, 2014

12 photos

... Victoria and Albert), and Natural History.
Both are free, so we decide to visit both - first V&A.
This is Phoenixs favourite place in London. It is too big to see all in one day, so we limit ourselves to just a few of the exhibits. It contains statues/monuments/art/tapestries/knickk nacks etc from different ages, cultures & countries dating back to the time of Jesus.
There are also exhibits ...

Trip to London

A travel blog entry by rmproct on Oct 08, 2014

24 photos

... in the cafe next door. As it was still raining an indoor activity was in order so we grabbed a cab and spent the afternoon at the Victoria & Albert Museum. We saw some wonderful collections including the Constable Exhibition, Medieval and Renaissance, silverware and jewellery. We headed back to the hotel just before peak hour and decided with the weather we would just grab a sandwich for ...

Staying in London- Opt for Hyde park

A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Sep 12, 2014

5 photos

Before you
set out on your vacation, make sure you plan your whole holiday comfortably. If
you are planning to visit a destination to learn about the culture of that spot
then you must take a minimum of one week's stay. However if you are okay with
spending more time and becoming a part of the city then you can even stay for a
month’s time. Either way there is one thing that you need to choose carefully.
It is accommodation.

Eddie and Rog!

A travel blog entry by rogersgapyear on Aug 14, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... faith and increase the English presence, Queen Elizabeth I sent over thousands of Scottish Protestants in the 1500’s, (amazing the role religion had to play), to this Northern part of Ireland called Ulster, where generations down the track they remain.

Roger and I had a brilliant time, and it was a privilege to see the guy again. He hasn’t changed a bit, and is still the devilish character we know and love. Can’t wait until he is back.



Castle Day

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Jul 23, 2014

1 comment, 30 photos

... We visited the "loo" and then walked back to the car park.

We talked and slept on the hour and a half ride back to our hotel. When we got back we talked with Jane and Debbie and the four of us headed to the Red Lion Pub for supper. Our daughter, Erin, had recommended it to us. Jane got fish and chips, Debbie got a cauliflower and cheddar pie, Larry got a steak and ale pie, and I got a sausage and apple ...