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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Day 17 - London

A travel blog entry by liswiffah on Nov 07, 2015

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... and arrived to my gate only 45 mins before boarding call. A flight attendant pulled me aside during boarding and told me my luggage needed to fit inside the metal measuring rack or I would need to check it. I only paid for a hand luggage ticket. ****. So I go over to the measuring rack and of course my luggage doesn't fit. I take out two books and my mittens from the front pocket. I zip up the expansion zipper. And I try again. It barley fits in. Like a duck with it's tail hanging ...

Early start to fly to the beach!

A travel blog entry by watwicks on Sep 01, 2015

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... don't spend that much time in our room anyway.  Once we got into the room we quickly unpacked and put our beach stuff on as we just wanted to get in the sun, it was only 2pm so we had half a day to sunbath.  Kanapista Beach was a short 5 minute walk across the dirt track and we got two sunbeds and an umbrella for 8 euros.  Happy!  The bay only has one row of sunbeds and the water is crystal clear.  Ok, I know everyone says that about their holiday, ...

Harry Potter Day!

A travel blog entry by 2enkt on Aug 06, 2015

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... a place that they say Diagon Alley was designed after and visited the oldest occult bookstore there.

We went to the square nearby where the National Gallery is but by this time Ken wanted to meet up. I told him that we were there but figuring it would take a while we would take a walk. Well evidently it's a lot closer than I thought so he spent some time looking for us while we visited Whitehall park, saw Scotland Yard ...

Our London Home Again

A travel blog entry by willmj on Jun 12, 2015

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... which was very entertaining and funny - written by the authors of Southpark. We all enjoyed the show and couldn't believe the number of people on the streets both before and after the show. Just like Broadway.

Sunday we had not too much planned until Andrew phoned with a suggestion that we drive down to Brighton with he and Vicky. Brighton is different from any of the other seaside towns we had visited thus far. Our ...

London adventure

A travel blog entry by jowinfield on Jun 08, 2015

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... and Thursday nights this week. Might try to get in Wednesday. Watched for a while then back to Abbey where we queued for quarter hour to get in. Good that we were close though as we got to sit in choir stalls, right in front of the cantor. There were probably 800 or so in the congregation. Nice! Only men in the choir, sorry no boys but the 8 men were superb, pArticularly the counter tenors. Had a brief look afterwards but we will need ...