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Well we made it to London, after a long 20 hour travel day, a stop in Montreal, Halifax, and finally London, we made it! Melissa & I came in the night before our flight and stayed in hotels with our families to be closer & more convenience. It was a sad hard goodbye to my Dad, boyfriend, and sister who dropped me off, but I was so excited …
Well our journey has begun! After twelve hours of flying including a five hour layover in Halifax, navigating our way to our hostel via "the tube" and then a much needed power nap we finally realized that we were in London!
Once we got settled and familiar with the area we were in, we stopped at a little cafe and grabbed a croissant and …
... re just a pretentious ****, they’d be perfect. Considering who went in them I’m saying it’s mainly the latter.
No food at this pub so we walked in the door of The Rose, with a big board outside advertising meals and headed towards the steps to the restaurant. The barman shouted out "restaurant’s closed". Ok, take the sign down. The Bok Bar got our patronage instead. An English pub run by ...
... James Park and through to Buckingham Palace. I headed back down the part of the mall that was open. Two girls in front of me stopped to talk to the security people and I overheard part of their conversation - "Where is the mall" the first girl asked. "umm you're walking on it" the guard replied. "But I see all the people carrying bags so where are the shops?" "You mean you are ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInternational Students House London
It was a nice hostel pretty expensive as it was more of a residence room! We had our own sink and own bedroom so it was a good place to start being away from home!
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