Address: 141 Ferme Park Road, London, England, N8 9SG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Hornsey area of London, is near Alexandra Palace Ice Rink, Alexandra Palace, Queen's House, and Laboratory Spa and Health Club.
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Back home :o(

A travel blog entry by angela_louise on Oct 26, 2014

From Buenos Aires we took a flight to Madrid and then to London. We were very tired and jet lagged when we got home. Our house survived :o)

We had such a great time - Patagonia was definitely the highlight. What a wonderful experience and something we shall always remember. It's very depressing to come back to normality, and the lack of mountains.

And so the search for employment begins.

Until next time

London calling; home calling

A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Oct 23, 2014

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I am woken up by Ganzer after about 2 hours sleep, I start the half an hour walk to his hotel, the slightest breeze feels like it would knock me off my feet, I barely feel alive, my mouth is dry and my legs are weak, my teeth are chattering in the cold. I'd already said goodbye to Ganzer last night, outside his hotel we ate chicken and talked about life, it was good, I felt good for a few seconds, I wanted to see him this morning anyway because Jack was going to ...

Last Day in London

A travel blog entry by emmadingle on Oct 01, 2014

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... there are services and prayer held every day. It is has a huge dome structure that you can climb the stairs to. The first viewing platform takes you to the very base of the dome and it shows you inside the church. The next viewing platform takes you to the top of the building and it gives you great views over London. The only issue is that it is 528 steps to the top and the stairs at times are very narrow, you have to squeeze to fit and the remaining are ...

Covent Garden, London Eye, Wicked

A travel blog entry by kiwiaus on Sep 16, 2014

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... came flooding back. After dinner we went to the Wicked stage show and really enjoyed it ( Emma did fall asleep though!.) On the way to the show in the taxi the driver showed me a sign that it had been made in Coventry. The taxi was a couple of years old and he said the taxis are all now made in China and are rubbish.We had had an enjoyable relaxing day and I had been reminded how much I love love the Gloucester Road area of ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 17, 2014

... floor dealt with more prehistoric periods and Byzantine mosaics. There was a warning approaching within 70cm of the mosaics would trigger an alarm.

On the third floor were the best pieces in the Treasury Room. While many think of them as barbarians, their handicraft was ornate for the 5th to 3rd c BC. The highlight pieces were a gold mask and crown.

Decided to detour for a final look at the beautiful theatre and then up to near the Alexander Nevsky ...

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