Bridgestreet India Street

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

Travel agent: A repertoire of knowledge and excell

A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Jan 06, 2015

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Our universe is endowed with a wide repertoire of natural wonders and exquisite places which look spectacular from all way round. If you consider travelling as one of the passions of life and crazy enough to go ahead and follow what you are born to do then you can be assured of having a great life ahead.

The amazing feeling when you get the opportunity to tour around the famous cities and popular regions all across the world is something which cannot ...

English Hospitality in London

A travel blog entry by explorethewrld on Nov 26, 2014

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... kitchen so that we could prepare breakfast in our room each day. The weather was cold, foggy and misty for the first day, but cleared up to 10 degrees for the next couple of days, rare nice weather days. The apartments are located in the business area of the city and there are plenty of pubs in this area to taste some fine English ale. We noticed the pubs are overflowing with business men/women during lunch period and shortly after 3pm to about ...

First full day in London

A travel blog entry by swinbournes on Oct 30, 2014

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... br> The food was sensational, and I even got to have my pigeon in England.
Before we ordered, we mentioned Mark was a chef, and would like a tour of the kitchen. 2 hours later, they came up to us, and one of the managers took Mark and Phoenix around. The service was impeccable, as was the food - DO NOT ASK THE PRICE !
Tomorrow, off on our own.

Best time, best enjoyment, great fun

A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Sep 24, 2014

... sunshine. Weather will be similar to last month. If you can manage the rains then you can easily come here in this period.

May – This can be the best time for visiting London. The days will be sunny and longer and you will find fewer crowds at the sights. The climate will be humid and warm. This can be a great time for sightseeing and shopping.

June and July- This can be said as the high time to visit London. In ...

Big Ben is in fact really freaking big!

A travel blog entry by sdhoneymoon on Jul 26, 2014

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... Westminster Abbey is absolutely beautiful. Dan could care less about Will & Kate, he has never understood my obsession with famous people, (I'm not ashamed, I keep up with the Kardashians) He did however find these buildings to be completely beautiful. There my cute little touristy husband around neck taking pictures of the Abbey... Pretty cool!

Our day continued on, we saw the Houses of Parliament, St Paul's Cathedral, walked ...