Bridgestreet Corporate Housing Tower View

16 Byward Street, London, England, EC3R 5BA, United Kingdom | Villa
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Travel Blogs from London

Riding a rollercoaster

A travel blog entry by curious1


... the crazy experiences or advances that others had (I found them out after), but still, I don't think I need to go back.

May- It is really bad that my memory is going of what I did most recently. I fully enjoyed all that I did, but apparently forgot to commit it to memory. I have been quite successful at living in the NOW. I also had a break-through in my self image. I realized that I am awesome! (Yes, a bit narcissistic, but if you don't love yourself, how can you ...

The tourist circuit by night!

A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor

So since I had let my friends down so royally the day before by being to hungover for Windsor castle, I decided to meet them for dinner and drinks after work.

And of course where did they want to meet? Leicester square- always Leicester square! It was an absolute swarm of tourists, doing tourist things.

But anyway we met up at the ...

London week

A travel blog entry by garrcon

... next 5 days, just the way we like it for touring. Took the train to London and joined a few hundred to watch the changing of the guard, by Buckingham Palace, lots of green space around it. Next stop was Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery, very lovely, paintings from Cezanne, Botticelli , Leonardo Di Vinci, Rembrandt, Van Gogh to mention a few. Parliament Buildings and Big Ben, always lots of people in that area. Took a late break for fish and chips at the Old Monk ...

I survived the London Subway

A travel blog entry by angel2014


... I was there I only spent forty-five minutes there so i didn't really see much. this time around I saw a lot more. It was sort of creepy though because a lot of what the museum has gathered dates back to their colonising times where they gathered artefacts for their own benefit in a way it was wonderful to see it so many different cultures under one roof. In another way it represents the repression and demise of some cultures. From ...


A travel blog entry by bpretulac


... place .... Little word to the wise for anyone who would be driving in London, the south circular, which sounds like it should be a fast way to get somewhere, is NOT , at all. It took us 2 hours to get 25 miles, yuck! But when we finally got there we went for an awesome walk that took us across Blackheath and through Greenwich , so I could see the observatory and the clock thing with the explanation of the meridian line and the ...


This villa, located in the Fleet Street/Old Bailey area of London, is near Tower of London, All Hallows Barking-by-the-Tower, and Paul Patisserie.
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