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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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... chap told us the way to the M1 and no problems heading north. Had couple of detours but nothing major. Arrived Hoddeson about 12 to find very little in the way of accommodation so went off to the Speedway Museum at Paradise Wildlife Park and got in for free due to Lew belonging to the veterans association. After that headed into Broxbourne as no one ...
... is like a huge Macy's. We looked at shoes and purses and after a few hours of wandering we asked a sales person where she goes to eat? She pointed us to square that had 20 local restaurants of different nationalities. We chose tapas and had sangria, a wonderful bread, the best mussels I have ever had and a chicken and chorizo paella. It was a great dinner. We are now back at the hotel. Tomorrow is church and museum ...
After the tour we explored Shoreditch some more and stumbled across some busy food vans just off Brick Lane. I had this amazing fried chicken.
... kings and queens have been married and coronated and buried--was spine-tingling. And hearing the Christmas story, or the choir singing, or getting a Blessing from the Dean of Westminster himself...I just don't know. It was probably the most memorable night out experience that I've ever had.
I don't know how many people were in the church tonight, but it had to be a couple thousand at least. We had no idea how long the ...
... the London Bridge and Tower Bridge. We got off at Trafalgar Square we walked around and then caught a taxi to the train station. When we got there we met mum's cousin Bruno at a restaurant called, Carluccio's. We ate dinner and caught up with what's been happening. Then we said our goodbyes. Mum and Bruno cried. We boarded our train back to Paris. We arrived back at 11.30pm. I LOVED London!!!!