Granada Hostel

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

A travel blog entry by dillardstravels


... to head to the Starbucks across the street for a little break before continuing on our journey.

A short distance down Brompton road we walked through the Victoria and Albert Museum. The sign out front said international fashion. We thought about you, William, and decided to walk ...

Easter Weekend in London

A travel blog entry by jess416


... and I had flown into the week before when coming back from Brussels. So, I told them I knew the way to get to their flat and that I would see them there. So after I got off the plane, I headed towards the train, got on and knew I had to get a bus when I got to victoria's station. Figuring out if I was on the right train made me a bit nervous for about 10 minutes but I made it to the correct destination and that was all that mattered to me... until I ...

New Year's Eve and Day Five, it's a massive entry

A travel blog entry by cmorley


... of me, got ready and rushed to the station. When I got to Trafalgar Square there was literally no one aside from me and the set up crew there so I went and got tea and breakfast. Glad I got the tea because about an hour before the parade was to start it just started pouring. Now of course, because I had rushed out the door I had forgotten a few of things, my gloves, my hat, and my scarf. Having those probably would have meant I could have stayed for the whole ...

London — Day Four

A travel blog entry by robertsinton


... to The Old Vic. In the lobby is a photo of the young Duke of York himself, later to be George V, a very handsome man indeed if one were to judge by facial hair styles. Back to The Porcupine for post-theatre drinks with Andrew and Nicola, and then a sad parting in Leicester Square station — hopefully it won't be another five years before we see them again. Back home and in bed by midnight, with our alarm set for an early rise to catch tomorrow's Eurostar to ...

Fuck You, London.

A travel blog entry by roduperron


... making my way back up to St. James Park, on my way to Buckingham Palace. Lovely in theory, rather than practice, the Palace itself is not much to look at beyond its comically ornate gates and clichéd red-uniform-and-fuzzy-hat garbed guards standing watch some thirty meters beyond. Otherwise, it is an unassuming and somewhat drab building, as palaces go. People gawk from beyond the gates regardless, and lounge around the statues in the roundabout center. A ...


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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