Imperial College Accommodation
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsImperial College Accommodation London
Small for my American expectations (but then, isn't that all of Europe?), but otherwise perfect for my needs. Love the private toilet and shower, the park, the pub, the convenience store, and the health center amenities.
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Returning to London had felt like we were going home, so it seemed weird that it was our last day there before leaving for good. I slept in to 9:40 with checkout at 10 AM, so it was a very quick shower and repack before meeting downstairs. I also missed breakfast which closed at 10, but got something to eat later when we went out.
Since I didn't really go to sleep last night, getting up at 5:15 AM wasn't too much of an issue. Breakfast was meant to be at 6 AM, followed by a bus picking us up to go to the train station at 6:30 AM. However breakfast didn't open until 6:15, and the 'bus' that picked us up was actually a minivan and had to take four trips to transport us all. …
5:30 I was still waking up early from jet lag but today was going to be a cool day as we were going to Ripley's believe it or not and Madame Tussuad's but first we had a look around London and went to Bucking ham Palace to see the changing of the guards which didn't happen and we waited for it to happen for 45 minutes because Dad was convinced that they were just late. We ...
Well it's our last day at the beautiful Sofitel Jumeriah beach hotel before flying out at 2.30pm to Heathrow, London. Went down for final best breakfast and back to the room to pack up ready for our 1030 transfer pickup. Another 'fast and furious' ride back to the airport where we checked in with plenty of time to spare. Pity we didn't use that time wisely coz for some reason we decided to get something to eat at about 1.00pm with boarding at 1.30!!! So we had ...
... world than to Britain.
Dinner was finished, but the evening was far form over, so we took a scenic walk along Charring Cross Road to the heart of London. Passing by Trafalgar Square, Westminster and Whitehall we headed to Gordon's Wine Bar, which is quite close to Thames. Nathan(2) had been told by an English friend that it was the place to go - and the recommendation did not disappoint. The bar is tucked away in the basement of an old building, and is quite easy to miss ...