Bridge Park Hotel

Address: 16 Hillside, London, England, NW10 8BN, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Northwest/Regent Park area of London, is near Wembley Stadium Tours, Wembley Arena Pavilion, Glide3, and Chelsea Sports Centre.
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      A walk through time

      A travel blog entry by cooper639 on Nov 06, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... along the ground and so these were referred to as 'drag queens'.Some of the plays written by Shakespeare were for the open air and audience participation while others were for enclosed theatres and this was at Blackfriars across the river. The globe was located on the southern bank along with 300 other various entertainment venues.Then it was off to Hammersmith to welcome Stitch back from his European Postal Adventure having been left at Olympia.

      A day around London

      A travel blog entry by fitchett on Oct 08, 2014

      7 photos

      ... underground train from Sloane Square to South Kensington to visit the Victoria and Albert museum, where we wanted to see the Constable exhibition.

      This was quite crowded and they did not have any audio to listen to as you went around. They did have some books with descriptions of the paintings in them but there were none left for the first part of the exhibition. We managed to get one each for the second part and that was a whole lot ...

      Here We Go!

      A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 03, 2014

      ... and work colleagues would sort it out for us, but even so you do like to think that you are organised enough not to have left any potential problems. Anyway thanks in advance to all those who are holding the fort for us while we are gone.

      The train consists of two trains stuck together with no means of getting between both parts except in stations, so there are lots of bewildered people walking around looking for non-existent seats because they are in the wrong ...

      Eddie and Rog!

      A travel blog entry by rogersgapyear on Aug 14, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... bulls are let out one by one a crowded arena throwing people and charging into the crowd. Later in the day, the Bull fight takes place. This was perhaps one of the most questionable things we saw, as although it was incredible to see, it was very disturbing. Of the six bulls that run in the morning, one is let out into the ring at a time. The process is the same for each beast. An arrogant group of matadors tire out and dizzy the bull, slowly prodding and stabbing ...

      A touch of normal

      A travel blog entry by kazbriggs on Jul 27, 2014

      3 photos

      ... had an area about a block away from the meeting place and so got to do some witnessing quite quickly. Malcolm worked with Jodie (and Lucas and Karen worked with Keavy. (Keavy is an Irish Gaelic name and means 'gentleness’). We had a very nice time and met some lovely people, although as in Australia, a lot of people were not home. Still it was very encouraging and good to be sharing in field service, after such a long break.

      We wandered around the shops at nearby ...