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TravelPod Member ReviewsApollo Hotel London
First off, the room was SMALL & therefore hard to organize. But the ceiling was high and the window was large, which helped. The hotel was well managed, with a well designed though TINY bathroom, excellent breakfast, prompt room cleaning. And the location, a block and a half from Kings Cross-St. Pancras Station and its six tube lines can't be beat.
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... friends”. During my trip, I could enjoy all the joys of travelling alone
as I could do what I wanted, when I wanted and I could get plenty of
opportunities to meet new people whether they were fellow travellers or locals.
My Dublin trip gave me the experience of a lifetime.
Another aspect of Dublin that I enjoyed most
was that it had an abundance of traditional folk music and places where you can
have a jig and a swig. This Irish city is ...
... Terminal 2, there was no Lounge to sit in and take advantage of the wifi, food, drink and magazines so we had to slum it in the Terminal.
Now we're in transit at LA, we've made it to the Air NZ Lounge but it's jam packed and there are no seats, we're shattered from a sleepless first leg and a plane full of crying children (not ours). It's a tough life flying with a Gold Elite member and not being able to take advantage of the perks ;-)
We've had ...
... the difference? We couldn't either and held our ground where finally they agreed that we were in fact correct. However as it was too complicated to strip out the VAT at that moment they would do this later and email us the final bill. I am so glad we are finally out of that place as the few redeeming qualities of the hotel were far outweighed by the lack of professionalism, poor airflow and tiny rooms. Onto a brighter note though, once again we took an Uber ...
... Thames to Southbank where we then queued for the "London Eye". Plenty of tourists around. Another very warm London day. Great views of London from here. Each rotation takes around 30 minutes. The wheel is 135 m high and has 800 persons on it at any one time. It is interesting to see that London has quite gentle hills and is not as flat as it appears walking the streets. After getting off, we ...
... and acrobats) on the banks of the Thames and kept going till we dropped at 11:30pm in our hotel room. It was a beautiful warm summer night and the sunlight didn't go down till almost 10:00pm.
We are going to sleep in tomorrow and get started at 9am, unfortunately they are predicting the rain to come in for the afternoon. Oh well, we will go to our "rain day plan."