Acacia Hotel

14 Queensberry Place, London, England, SW7 2EA, United Kingdom | Hostel
Prices starting from $26.00
 

Travel Blogs from London

Shame!

A travel blog entry by susan.carrick

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... has led to the site being returned to a more pastoral state with no roads and car parks, and visitors able to circle the site from about 100m away. While this sounds annoying, especially in the wake of an historical experience of walking among the stones, its actually rather reverential this way. The audio is nuanced and engrossing, and the entire experience lasts about 60minutes. It threatened rain the whole time. We were there in ...

Bustling, Dancing and Meditating with the City

A travel blog entry by hilarylake

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... prepare for exams that are coming up. It was lovely to have at least one more day with them to rest and say goodbye. I then made my way back to Brighton on the bus walked around one last time and to the sea making a promise to come back and during the festival one year and then hopped the bus back to London.

I arrived at Victoria Station and after some confusion about what station we were meeting each other at, Amalavajra met me at the train station ...

Learning How to Ride the Tube

A travel blog entry by coe

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... things behind them, which is exactly where we were standing against a fence. One of my girls finally realized the reason we can't find the meeting place that is supposed to be quite obvious is because it is covered in scaffolding and tarps. Thanks Will! We eventually make our way to the meeting place which was about 25 yards away and keep our eyes focused on the subway exit waiting to see one of our other group members. After about another 5 minutes the creepy ...

Last Day - In London

A travel blog entry by kelly-427

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... off to the plane. With time to kill and 45 minutes of free WiFi that actually worked, we caught up on email, I posted a short note to the blog, and people watched.

The flight back was long and a little turbulent in several placed, but all in all, pleasant. Janet napped and read her book, while I watched “Captain Phillips”. I recommend it, if you haven’t seen it. Passport control and customs at BWI went smoothly, and Janet’s son, DC, ...

I survive my first week!

A travel blog entry by emilyjacobs

... course I am taking is all about the Gothic time period in London. I would have never read any of the passages or books we are going to read in this class. That's one of the main reasons why I am so stoked to learn more about something I am completely new at. The only thing I am nervous about is we are taking a trip as a class to the London Dungeons... this is definitely NOT my cup of tea but I am open to it...

My human rights and business class is really out of ...

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This hostel, located in the Knightsbridge/Earl's Court/Kensington area of London, is near Natural History Museum, South Bank, Seven Dials, and Baden-Powell House.
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