Arcade Halls

Address: The Arcade, London, England, N7 ORN, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Holloway area of London, is near St. Pancras Station, Emirates Stadium, Queen's House, and Parliament Hill Fields.
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A travel blog entry by jlmcclure on Nov 08, 2014

... there were also some barriers lining the street. We asked the cab driver what was going on and he said the Queen was attending Albert Hall that evening for a Remembrance Day event. A day earlier the police had arrested 4 men on terrorist charges, the men had apparently plotted to assassinate the Queen! So security was very tight ahead of her visit to the Albert Hall! For dinner we donned our coats and umbrella and headed to a local pub, food was ok, still no ...

London East End: The Hip & Happening is here

A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Oct 10, 2014

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... the popularity of the East end, you will be thrilled to know that
it is not only the West End or the Central London which are known for housing
some of the most exclusive shops in the city but you will be glad to find some real
quirky shops flooding the streets in the East End.

Street Art: you will get to learn about the enriching history of East End of
London as you get to see the street art in all over the places. Although ...

Ray and Phil's Pub Tour of Historic London Pubs

A travel blog entry by helseyj on Aug 09, 2014

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Mid morning Phil and Ray left for London for a tour that Phil had planned of historic pubs (of course tasting of ales at each establishment was mandatory). The pubs visited were Ye Olde Watling, The French House, The Crown Tavern, Clerkenwell, Ye Olde Mitre Tavern, The Star, Jamaican Coffee House, The Monument and Leadenhall Market. Each of these taverns had some unique and colourful history as well different tasting brews to sample. The Monument- ...

Eye, Dinner, and the Modern

A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Jul 24, 2014

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... and with luggage it's even more of a tight squeeze, but we made it! We even had time to have our carry on ripped apart and swabbed by security! To the officer's credit, she did offer to help repack it with me. Anyway, it was a less tedious process to go through French customs than English customs and we had plenty of time to get on the train. We took the train back to Paris and arrived at Gare du Nord at 10:30 local time. It was a fast and furious trip, but a truly wonderful skip across to ...

Windsor Castle

A travel blog entry by kerrilyn on Jul 01, 2014

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... in tradition, the monarchy that is. The Queen still knights people and every year they get together and renew their vows to protect her etc. In reality they don’t really protect her at all, the security guards and police do that! Then all the gowns and paraphernalia that they wear is almost just like grown ups playing dress-ups! You’re not allowed to take any photos unfortunately. I’m not really sure why – it seems a bit unreasonable.We got ...