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 London Float Centre.
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    A travel blog entry by gandcsears on Oct 07, 2015

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    ... headed back to the apartment to prepare for Dinner with my cousins.

    We met Colin, Lisa, Barry and Betty, Ian, Emily and Ali at a restaurant called Relaise De Venise near the Bank of England, after dinner we went to a nice pub on Gracechurch St. It was a great night and good to catch up with everyone again. We will try and catch up with Ian and Barry again before we leave England.

    Despite the rain it was another good day.


    Welcome to London

    A travel blog entry by ajh2017 on Aug 26, 2015

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    ... to fly by. Today we had another meeting in the morning, and we took a class picture. We went exploring with some friends around campus and found a quiet path that led to a beautiful secluded area. I'm amazed that I have the opportunity to live on such beautiful campus. After lunch, we went on a scavenger hunt through London. The first goal was to find our way to Trafalgar Square using the tube. We bought day passes (my card worked!) and after I figured out how ...

    Green Park, Wellington Arch & Apsley House

    A travel blog entry by clakiwi on Apr 19, 2015

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    Wandered through Green Park to the Wellington Arch and the various war memorials around that area including the NZ and Aussie ones. One of the few places where the traffic lights have a signal for the mounted police to use.
    The NZ memorial sort of looks nothing special from afar but on closer inspection has a number of interesting inscriptions and items on it. I vaguely recall some fuss when it was first installed.

    Looked through Apsley House which ...

    Parks and Recreation

    A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Oct 28, 2014

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    ... arrived so had a look around without any luck, I then went and knocked a few times on his room’s door (21) without answer. So I left without him and met up with Lauren. I told Lauren my Plan for the day and she agreed to come with me.

    Our first stop was passing through Trafalgar square. At such a well-known landmark how could we not stop for a photo shoot. Than after a quick respite we got back on the road.

    We made it to St James Park. On the ...

    Day 68 London day 4. – (Tussauds and shard.)

    A travel blog entry by iancarmen on Jun 11, 2014

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    ... and got off here, walked across the Westminster bridge and walked to the London eye. Along the way i passed the London dungeon. This had moved to a new location since 2011, but i decided not to go on it. I got my ticket at the London eye and went through. I skipped out on the movie at the start because i had done that already. I then lined up, and the got on the capsule of the London eye. It took 30 minutes to go around, i got some good pictures as it was sunny, then came down. I went ...