London, Dungeons and Eye

This compact walk starts with a choice of three popular attractions, The London Eye, The London Dungeons or the Sea Life Aquarium. There is then a walk round the are with a choice of one  to seven very different styles of pub. Select pictures for larger size.

London Eye
The London Eye,
London SE1 7PB.
Opened March 9, 2000, The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London. Avoid the ques by booking on-line. Opens at 10am

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http://www.londoneye.com/

From the London Eye, facing the river, walk to your left to the London Dungeon.

The London Dungeon

London Dungeon

London SE1 7PB.The London Dungeon is a London tourist attraction, which recreates various gory and macabre historical events in a gallows humour style aimed at younger audiences. It uses a mixture of live actors, special effects and rides.

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http://www.thedungeons.com/london/en/

Next door is The County Hall and the London Aquarium.

The Sea Life London AquariumLondon Aquarium

County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd, London SE1 7PB
The Sea Life London Aquarium located on the ground floor of County Hall on the South Bank of the River Thames in central London, thousands of fish, Sharks and Penguins

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http://www.visitsealife.com/london/
Walk back from the Eye to find the Slug and Lettuce on your right.

Slug and Lettuce

The Slug and Lettuce, Family Friendly and much nicer than the All Bar One next door.
5 Chicheley Street SE1 7PJ Good value food. 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

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http://www.slugandlettuce.co.uk/slug-countyhall/

Turn right out of the Slug and Lettuce and then left up York Road A3200. Just after Station Approach turn right into Mepham Street. The pub is on your left.

Hole in the Wall Waterloo

Hole in the Wall

5 Mepham Street SE1 8SQ      11am, Noon Sat and Sunday. A freehouse with ever changing ales and low priced food. A big very basic decor pub with the sound of trains through the ceiling as it is built into a railway bridge. Free Wifi

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Continue along Mepham Street to cross Waterloo road into Alaska Street, passing the Wellington Hotel. Turn left into Cornwall Road and then right into Roupell Street. Pub is on your right, 4min.

Kings Arms Waterloo

The Kings Arms

25 Roupell Street SE1 8TB  11am, Noon Sat and Sunday
Old multi-roomed pub well off the tourist map with an ever changing range of ales. Delicious Thai food. Free Wifi. Dark Star, Ringwood, Adnams, Brains

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http://thekingsarmslondon.co.uk/

Retrace your steps back to the Wellington Hotel 3min

Wellington Hotel Waterloo

The Wellington Hotel

 81-83 Waterloo Rd, London SE1 8UD. Open 10am, noon on Sat/Sun
Free Wifi,
Good quality pub grub served lunch and evening, Fullers Ales. Admire the spectacular decor.

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http://wellingtonhotelwaterloo.co.uk/

Turn left out of the hotel and walk down Waterloo Road to turn right into Bayliss Road/B300. Continue to Westminster Bridge Road and turn right. Pub will be on the right 7min.

Horse and Stables Waterloo

The Horse and Stables

124 Westminster Bridge Rd, London SE1 7RW Opening hours Noon.
Victorian pub serving British-American grub with upstairs theatre bar for comedy, music and plays. Near Lambeth North tube station. Lunchtime food.

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http://thehorseandstables.co.uk/

Continue along Westminster Bridge Road to the Crown and Cushion on your left. 1min

Crown and Cushion Waterloo

Crown and Cushion

133-135 Westminster Bridge Rd London SE1 7HR Open 11am
Free Wifi  Bright painted frontage, with 2 large Guiness signs, inside full of artifacts a good number relating to Ireland. English and Thai food served. Greene King IPA, Morland Old Speckled Hen. Lunchtime Meals

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Continue along to turn down Lower Marsh to the Camel and Artichoke on your left.


Camel and Artichoke

Camel and Artichoke  121 Lower Marsh, Waterloo, SE1 7AE Noon daily
Food served lunchtime and evening. Sharp's Doom Bar' Greene King IPA, 2 guest beers.
Small garden to the rear.

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http://www.wearewaterloo.co.uk/listings/camel-artichoke

To get to Waterloo Station continue along Lower Marsh to turn left into Baylis Road. Then turn left into Waterloo Road and walk up to the station.


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