City Ymca2, London

8 Errol Street, London, England, EC1Y 8SE, United Kingdom | Hostel
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The Motherland & home

A travel blog entry by ai_firestone


... games and ate more food! It really was an awesome Christmas!! On the 27th it was time for us to make the long journey home - the bit we were looking forward to least! After spending 6 hours in bumper to bumper traffic, dropping our retail car off in high Wycombe and then bussing to Heathrow we were exhausted and over the idea of travelling. We spoke with the man at check in, and asked what the chances of skipping the two night stopover in Dubai (we really had no room for ...

London Alone

A travel blog entry by cathterry


... it more because we had upgraded seats that wee fantastic and it only cost £20 a ticket. Bargain. Tube home, more laughter with Vicky, she works, I muck around. Bed about 1. Fab day. Can totally recommend Vikipedia tours. Wednesday sees us get up to rain, pop down to a local independently owned cafe (I say that as they are a rarity here, mainly filled with chain coffee houses like costas and Starbucks), have coffee and croissant, then head back to the flat and I head off to ...

Day 3 - Walking Miles

A travel blog entry by sammyjoy


What a busy day! Both of us have sore little feet, and are in bed by 8pm! We caught the underground to the Natural History Museum, but had lunch a a cafe around the corner first. Dylan ordered a large cappuccino, and to his surprise got a coffee served in what looked like a soup bowl - it was huge! But very tasty coffee, and breakfast. I had a scone better than I've ever had before. The English really do know how to bake. The Natural History Museum was amazing. The building ...

Excerpts from Paul's brain

A travel blog entry by pmzchenry

... of the sights, it was very enjoyable but by the end of both I was getting a bit knackered, though I suspect I wasn't the only one.

We spent a lot of time using "The Tube"but it was expensive so we did walk a lot to get places. If you didn't mind walking it really wasn't that far to get to many places and you got to see a lot more of the city and all the different people. You got to smell a lot of them too which wasn't always that pleasant. The number of ...

Stage 2 - KL to London

A travel blog entry by nolesy65


... building/site spotted. The 14 or so hours passed quite quickly. We arrived in Heathrow on time but joined a massive queue at customs. My pre planning of the trip to the hotel worked well - took the twenty pound each single journey express to Paddington where we then caught the district line to Bayswater. Once off the tube it was a 200m walk around the corner to Berjaya Eden our hotel. Room is small - ...


This hostel, located in the Islington/Angel/King's Cross area of London, is near Barbican Centre, Wesley's Chapel, House and Museum of Methodism, Old Bloomsbury, and Bridgewater.
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