Acton Town Hotel

109-113 Gunnersbury Lane, London, England, W3 8HQ, United Kingdom | B&B
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A day of scandels.

A travel blog entry by gaplyf

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5

... 8364;94 ($140) for a two day metro pass, in which he would pay for and we would pay him back. We soon bailed from that sticky situation, to actually pay €3 ($5) for the jounrey to where we needed to go! NEARLLY GOT SCAMMED! we soon learnt who to trust and who to not!
We dumped our bags and climbed up the mountain of stairs to see the fantastic view from ...

Museums, photos and the vagaries of Air Travel

A travel blog entry by ozplanman

8

... to Penn Station to pick up the train to JFK airport. This wasn’t as easy as we’d originally hoped. We were in the midst of the commuter rush and eventually bought a ticket and made our way to the platform. Problem was the train that came in wasn’t going where we wanted so GG ran back to check returning soon after saying a nearby platform had a train about to leave that he thought was about to leave – so we ran to it, lugging backs ...

The Queen is home.

A travel blog entry by little13ntmj

9

A crisp autumn day made way for our trip to see the Queen. After a quick look around the local area of Pimlico we headed up Buckingham Palace Rd, past Victoria Station and onto Buckingham palace. We were warmly greeted with the Queens flag flying high signally that she was home. With a few happy snaps in front of the gates we made ...

One Big, Messy, Yummy Aroma.

A travel blog entry by roduperron

1

... on his own scooter to meet his brother. There is a moment of discussion between the parents as the younger boy wails terribly. The mother moves to hurry towards her children, but the father touches her arm to stop her. "Wait!" he says. "He's a boy. He's tired, he fell, he's crying. But he'll get up." Worry is evident in the woman's face. The boy's crying continues. "He'll get up," the father reassures her. "Just wait." I am ambivalent towards this fatherly wisdom as the ...

And in the End...

A travel blog entry by teachervagabond

3
17

... This was a much longer flight - 7.5 hours and I watched the 'Return of the King' and listened to some music and slept.

In Seattle I had a four hour layover and had to go through customs. This is an experience in itself, especially in the US. A dog came through and sniffed all our bags, then we went through the check-in station where stern faced officers with no sense of humor wave you through and question you. I was asked where I had been (it was clearly on my Customs form), when ...

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This B&B, located in the South Acton area of London, is near British Museum Company, Hogarth's House, Gunnersbury Triangle, and Ealing Riding Centre.
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