Bridgestreet India Street

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Travel Blogs from London


A travel blog entry by lindseyelias on Sep 13, 2014

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... AND THIS, PEOPLE, IS WHY I DO SPREADSHEETS! But for once I try to play something by ear, and what do ya know, this happens. Back to the spreadsheets. The London Eye was close by so I decided to be spontaneous again, and headed that way. Let me just say...this is my least favorite AREA of London. It's all tourists who just stop in the middle of walking to take pictures, which causes everyone else to run into them. I know I'm a tourist, but I don't act like one. I get out ...

River cruise, Meeting up with Gemma

A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Sep 05, 2014

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... building where OXO cubes are made. We also got to see tower bridge open for an old sailing ship to go through. We were lucky to see that as the bridge only takes about 30seconds to open & it doesn't happen very often anymore. After the cruise we decided to buy tickets to London Tower and went in. What a place, the history everywhere you look walking through the deferent rooms and towers with etchings on ...

Eddie and Rog!

A travel blog entry by rogersgapyear on Aug 14, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... to hang out again after so long, feeling as though no time had elapsed since we last met. After that we booked an overnight bus to Edinburgh (the capital of Scotland). As economical as the overnight bus was, (saving hours of traveling in the daytime), it lead to some of the most awkward and uncomfortable sleeping I have ever encountered. Nevertheless, we arrived to Edinburgh early the next morning, and figured we would find our nights accommodation (to drop the bags). ...

London Youth Games

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Jul 11, 2014

38 photos

... br> BMW – was surprising good to watch. They had a fantastic MC on the day getting the crowd excited and enjoying the races. There were 2 junior British athletes competing here as well

Regatta Day 1 – A day out on the water was just what the doc ordered. Regatta day 1 includes rowing, kayak sprint and kayak slalom. We were competing in a body of water right beside the London City Airport. It was an odd site watching kids rowing as planes were touching down. ...

Day 37. London

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Jun 21, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

The alarm clock shrilled at 6 am because we wanted to get to Portobello Road market when it opened at 8 am. We walked across Westminster Bridge and at that time on a Saturday morning it was all but deserted. We descended into Westminster Underground down 3 very long escalators. We must have been 250 metres underground. We caught the Jubilee line to Baker Street and then changed lines to reach Ladbroke Grove Station. It was just 8 am when when we ...