Granada Hostel

73 Belgrave Road, London, England, SW1V 2BG, United Kingdom | Hostel

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London and shit...

A travel blog entry by rangaphil


... centre of London. We managed to view some of the changing of the guard on the way, but more excitingly we saw an old man feeding a Squirrel!!!!! Definitely the highlight of the day haha

Not so Big Ben

As we walked toward the centre of London we could just see the top of Big Ben poking over the trees in the distance. We had a look at Westminster Abbey, the location where Kate Middleton ...


A travel blog entry by diana.peller


... and the woman working in the breakfast room was unbearable. She kept telling everyone to not touch anything, she kept shoving plates of toast in people's hands and she even told me to pull my dress down at one point. After experiencing what hostel breakfasts are like we decided that Sunday morning we would eat out. Never again will I consume hostel breakfasts, I have decided that hostels are just for sleep, and cafes are for eating. After our horror of a ...

Day 2: Getting Cultured!

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee


... salad, and a small seasoned bun. It was filling/healthy and more than half the cost of eating out (though much less luxurious).

Walking aimlessly around the city seemed pretty good today, especially since the weather was perfect. The public transportation system is also quite convenient (even when part of it is down from strikes). I could probably be here for the entire summer and still not have explored everything.

See ya!

-- Ryan L.



A travel blog entry by nataliewyatt


... really wish I could have spent the day there. Ok, my final thoughts on London. Since everyone says that Dunedin is like Wellington is like Melbourne is like Edinburgh, and Christchurch is like Auckland is like Sydney is like London, I expected not to like London much at all! But it's really vibrant and although it's huge, it's divided up in to little suburbs and each suburb has it's own personality. I think it's a great place, and plan to visit again. Next stop, Cambridgeshire :) N. ...

A unique view of London

A travel blog entry by ksmith630


... followed by the general tourist areas... Trafalgar Square, Buckingham palace, the footbridge near Big Ben, Westminster abbey, and finishing up withal beer at a small pub in Piccadilly Circus. Nothing new as we have all seen them all before, but was nice to get out and walk around the city. Papa wasn't tell happy that we were out all day, but what can you do... Saturday included a trip to the Portebelllo road markets. It was so crowded that ...


This hostel, located in the Westminster/Belgravia area of London, is near Jack the Ripper Walking Tour with Golden Tours, Tate Britain, Dolphin Square Sports Club, and Queen Mother Sports Centre.
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