All Star Hostel

39 Chatsworth Rd, Kilburn, London, England, NW24BLl, United Kingdom | Hostel
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The Motherland & home

A travel blog entry by ai_firestone

83

... and just getting home. Sure enough- we worked some magic- and we had a flights the whole way home with just stops in Dubai and Sydney. This meant we managed to get home for a much needed sleep around 5 on the 29th December. Which pretty much brings us to the end of the trip. We really did have a blast! We met some amazing people, saw amazing sites and had amazing food (mostly). Looking back, we both find it amazing to think we crammed so much into only three months ...

November 27, 2013

A travel blog entry by layladennis

Left the dark and gloomy Isle of Wight on the 3pm Red Funnel. Checked, double checked and then triple checked our bag for passports, tickets and cash! Nice quick trip up to the Premier Inn via a lovely spacious minibus. It was so nice to check in and finally relax with some good food and wine! I think it was at this point the enormity of our trip had finally sunk in! Great going to bed know we didn't have to get up until the fairly respectable hour of 7am ...

London Alone

A travel blog entry by cathterry

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27

... for the day. Vicky had work to get done, so being the good friend I am, I left her for SIX HOURS, while I lost myself in 'The Village' at Westfield Shepherds Bush. INCREDIBLE, new and humongous! Needless to say I had a few shopping bags to being home, so getting the overground then the tube home was no mean feat - at peak hour!!! Duh! So I squished myself into the first train, totally jam-packed, started having hot flushes (haha), get off at west Brompton with all my bags and ...

Day 3 - Walking Miles

A travel blog entry by sammyjoy

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5

... with the stone work, the detail, and just the shear size of the place! Most of the exhibits were really interesting and well presented. The green zone (animals and the environment) and the red zone (earth and minerals) were great, but we were both let down by the blue zone (human biology) because it's long overdue for a renovation and update, and the Darwin Centre and Attenborough Hall were both suboptimal and didn't do the famous scientists justice. After this we went to ...

Excerpts from Paul's brain

A travel blog entry by pmzchenry

... and accents that you could hear was amazing and for some reason the number of Eastern Europeans working service jobs was incredible, especially those telling Mary to put away her nibbles.

Zach was excited to be able to drink legally and he has decided that he really likes Cider. C had a cider last night with dinner and she got a little tipsy which was funny though she said she didn't want anymore that was far enough for her. I have always heard that the ...

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This hostel, located in the Northwest/Regent Park area of London, is near Hunterian Museum, Freud Museum, Tricycle Theatre, and College Farm.
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