Hootananny Hostel

Address: 95 Effra Road, Brixton, London, England, SW2 1DF, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Brixton Hill area of London, is near Dulwich Picture Gallery, Evian Lido, The Exhibit, and Photofusion.
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Travel guide for your London trip

A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Sep 24, 2014

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... hyper modern glass which lets all the visitors to get an amazing view from London. This is amazing and this is new. It has only started from last year and is already creating hype among the tourists who have also included the Shard to their lists containing all the to-be seen tourist attracting destinations. The experience becomes al more exclusive when you will get to see all of these right by standing outside the tall building. This is ...

Arghhhh, I'm off! It's actually happening.

A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Aug 31, 2014

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... of my friends know and complain... I am a confessed Travelholic. "You're always away... you're never at home... when can we see you?!" Soz guys, I am off again... but this time, it stretches much further than good old Europa. I'll only have me, myself and I to worry about... rather than a coach full of 50 tourists following all 5ft2 of me across Westminster Bridge to then be frantically shoved by me through the beeping closing ...

Low key day?

A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09 on May 22, 2014

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... enthused about the experience and looking forward to watching the matches in July. We boarded what seemed like a brand new style tube train to the Kensington area, because next on our list was the palace and gardens. So many people around the area reveling at where Prince William lives. The palace was quite old and left us very confused about 17th century transitions in the royal house. Something interesting to skim over in the future. Too many kings and ...

Back (in the UK) where we started

A travel blog entry by jenuwe on Feb 25, 2014

... It's nice returning into Terminal 5 as it's fairly new and never over crowded. After exiting passport control we made our way to the luggage reclaim. Well, BA luggage handlers did us a favour. They really finished Uwe's suitcase off as it was split on the opposite side from the original damage that he'd repaired in Honolulu. We reported the damage to BA Handling Agents who duly filled in a claim form there and then. When ...

England Chapter 3~ The Magical Theatre District

A travel blog entry by vacationista on Oct 03, 2013

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... with my thoughts that this had to be one of the most entertaining productions currently on Broadway and how there should be more of this type of show available to see.

My experience was capped off with a visit to a local coffee house for a late night tea before hitting the hotel room.

I am proud to be able to write about the Theatre district in London. It is definitely an experience that ...