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 quiet last day in London

    A travel blog entry by moyjos on Oct 07, 2014

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    After explaining where my room was, the receptionist told me where to find the Trafalgar rep in the lounge area. I went an introduced myself and received my tour information, along with the news that there was a wake-up call booked for 3:45AM!! Now I was glad that I had planned a "nothing day"

    I went up to ...

    Last Day in London

    A travel blog entry by nat_and_ant on Sep 11, 2014

    5 photos

    ... We sat in deck chairs and finished our drinks in the freezing cold =P For dinner we went to a pub near our hotel called the Crown and Cushion. It was good food and pretty cheap too. Finally we walked around and soaked up the last bit of London we'll be seeing for a while. We passed a book shop and i got a book on the History of King Henry because i loved the tour so much today. Ant is reading it to me ...

    The Times Square of London

    A travel blog entry by courtneyrosen on Aug 10, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... clothing as apposed to classic pieces of high quality. According to my Marketing and Product Development Tutor, Alison Lowe, High Street fashion exists because “the English walk everywhere, the country is much smaller than the United States and there are fewer malls”. She believes that "the High Street was created for all of the central shopping to be centrally located for the consumer on the go to and from work". Alison as well as my other ...


    A travel blog entry by lkeller on Jun 23, 2014

    ... making me question if she was having difficulty breathing or if it was normal). This lasted for a few minutes and then there was sudden silence. I fell back asleep for a whole 20 minutes before being awoken yet again by screaming. We went through this rotation until 4:15am when the screaming roommate starting crying/screaming in her sleep and Lauren and I jumped up, got ready in 30 seconds, and left. I appreciate nice hotels more than ...

    A Crazy European Experience

    A travel blog entry by amy_h on Jun 18, 2014

    12 photos

    ... Swiss Alps, Rhine Valley and finishing off with a bang in Amsterdam. Europe is a place that never sleeps. In summer it doesn't get dark until after 10pm and at this time the streets are alive with people! Every place is a new story and the perfect way to take in all the history is to get lost in every city. You soon realise the smaller hidden away places you end up finding will amaze you more than the huge attractions, plus it always makes for a good ...