Granada Europe Hotel

56 Kensington Gardens Square, London, England, W2 4BA, United Kingdom | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from London

Leaving Portugal and onto the Highlands via London

A travel blog entry by carallan


... and after collecting our luggage, boarded our pre-booked bus for the 50 minute ride to Liverpool Street Station. Once there, we caught the tube to Euston, where the Caledonian Sleeper leaves from.

We thought we had plenty of time, as it wasn't due to leave until 8.30pm, and we'd gotten to Euston a bit before 5pm. We printed off all of our pre-booked train tickets at the ticket machine, went for a short walk outside before ...

Where the heart is.

A travel blog entry by alizayj

... team to make or break my day. I’ve learnt to obsess over the weather for no real reason and accept that for days on end, regardless of what's happening in the world, Jimmy Saville will be the most important news story. I’ve learnt that every cabbie’s life has unfolded in the most intriguing sequence of events. I learnt that London is in fact the sum of it's parts, a beautiful amalgamation of the millions that live here, and that is its unique DNA. I've ...

Me as a Cyborg

A travel blog entry by gwitherington


... went to the GP and she said it was an eye infection as well but just to be safe she decided to send me to an eye doctor. Eye doctor's verdict, not an eye infection but something called eyetosis. It has something to do with my blood vessels in my eye becoming inflamed and particles had gotten behind my eye. I'm basically now on two eye drop regime. One dilates my eye so I can't really see out of my left eye at all. In order to read, I have to ...

London continued

A travel blog entry by tayrocfam


... houses (for the wealthy) surrounded by beautiful garden estates and gorgeous walled fences. In places the road was totally enclosed by trees creating a wondrous tunnel of green foliage. Our drive continued back along the valley and on to Stockwood Park which was not a wild, but a cultivated walled garden of a stately home long since demolished but fortunately the walled garden stables and feature gardens were rescued. The gardens consisted of different "rooms" ...


A travel blog entry by sammishaw


... own we ended up finding a nice little American like diner. Due to the sports being on no shops opened up till 1pm so we just walked around the streets, then when they opened just had a quick look around. We then headed over to the Ice Hockey arena and watched some more. The first game was Russia thrashing New York. Then the second game started and was really good and physical, pretty rough for the 45yo teams!! Unfortunately we had to leave the game early, as we had to drop off ...


This hostel, located in the Bayswater area of London, is near Fat Tire Bike Tours London, Leisurebox, Porchester Spa, and Savana Urban Spa.
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