Bridgestreet Corporate Housing Tower View

Address: 16 Byward Street, London, England, EC3R 5BA, United Kingdom | Villa
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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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    Tuesday Zooday

    A travel blog entry by 2enkt on Aug 04, 2015

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    Ken needed to stay back and get some sleep so Katie and I went for a visit to the London Zoo. It turns out the London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo! It was very nice and the animals seemed well cared for. Their habitats were really well done and in some cases so good that we couldn't find the animals! The zoo is surprisingly small though and we were done in about an hour.
    After the ...

    I left my heart in San Francisco (or maybe TOKYO)

    A travel blog entry by joshandlauren on Jul 10, 2015

    ... and had a sunset trip in San Francisco Bay, getting under the bridge  for a good look. After that we headed to bubba gump shrimp company for more food than can be reasonably consumed in one sitting; which of course no one finished. On the 8th Lauren and Josh wandered San Francisco before heading to Chinatown with our group that evening. After we headed to an Irish bar and the 40 odd people in our group made it into a small, ...

    Belated last blog for London

    A travel blog entry by leanneheading on May 07, 2015

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    ... in real life ...from Oxford Street...down
    Regent Street to Picadilly Circus on to Leicester Square through to Trafalga
    Square & on to the Strand & Fleet Streets....what fun to travel this
    route......the Westminster area & London tower were very educational to
    me....& Harrods a joy!!!

    I hope to come back again one day....maybe at a
    different time of year for some summer fun & more happy days !!!


    Hallowed Turfs

    A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on Apr 05, 2015

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    After yesterday’s exertions we decided to set ourselves a more manageable itinerary today: just two targets on a single theme, Lord’s and Wimbledon. Both are about 15 minutes’ walk from their respective stations, and the walk to Lord’s goes up Baker Street. We had already discussed whether or not to visit the Sherlock Holmes attractions, and decided against it. SH was not a formative influence for either of us, and there is plenty of ...

    A little London on less than a little sleep

    A travel blog entry by mydogsathome on Jan 29, 2015

    7 photos

    Our flight from Vancouver left at 6pm and following the 8 hour flight we arrived in London at 11 am their time. Despite having seats with exceptionally large legroom none of us slept well, or at all. I fully expected some resistance to heading out for a wander around, but there was none, S and L were eager to get out and see what we could find. The enthusiasm fizzled a little when about an hour into the walk we had ...