Charlotte Guest House

Address: 195 - 197 Sumatra Road, London, England, NW6 1PF, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Northwest/Regent Park area of London, is near Freud Museum, Tricycle Theatre, Art 4 Fun, and Hampstead Museum.
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      A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Dec 11, 2014


      ... too...skint I think is the word she buy food at Winter Wonderland.  So we didn't. We went to Subway instead.  I rolled my ankle on the way but it was time to relax. Or so we thought until I checked my Twitter.  I had forgotten that Giovanna Fletcher was doing a book signing in Waterstones in Covent Garden and was reminded by Tom Fletcher who was there too. Just wandering.  So who ran from Subway in Soho to Waterstones? Not me. Cath did but I sort of did ...

      Day 1

      A travel blog entry by elewis9211 on Oct 23, 2014

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      Busy shattering day, staying off. Emotions ran high! Cried too many tears when going into departures. Dad even cried and couldn't let me go. The 12hour flight wasn't very comfortable! Managed to squeeze a couple of hours sleep in, literally squeezed into economy class. However, there we're good films we hadn't ...

      Day 7 - Evening

      A travel blog entry by the10s on Sep 12, 2014

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      ... for Agatha Christie. It is just down the road from where Mousetrap is playing and was erected in 2012 when Mousetrap hit its 60th year of consecutive run. Fitting. We did some shopping and eating and just general exploring for the next hour or so. Nothing too exciting, just walking down a new street that we hadn't walked before. Some streets are so narrow and the buildings so high that the sun almost never touches the ground. These little streets are where ...

      The Tower of London

      A travel blog entry by beandip on Sep 09, 2014

      4 comments, 5 photos

      ... a mint, an exotic animal zoo, an armory and the queen's jewels since the 1300s when they were moved from Westminster Abbey. Phew. Anything else? Movie theatre? Professional circus?**

      I bet you didn't know that in 1381, townspeople were mad at the king. They went to the castle for a protest and found the gates unlocked. They ran in and didn't find the king. They did, however, find ...


      A travel blog entry by eightisenough on Jul 15, 2014

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      ... the city. We walked through a series of tunnels until we finally came to the Catacombs. Words really cannot describe what it was like to see that many human bones lined up. The formation of some of them was incredible. I couldn't help myself and lightly touched one of the skulls forehead. It's sad to know that people were sneaking into the Catacombs just to do damage! Here are a few of the pictures. It was worth the three hour wait to get in.
      Our trip ...