LSE High Holborn Residence
How has this hostel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews LSE High Holborn Residence London
Travel Blogs from London
... line :)
Oct 6- I moved into my room in Tooting Broadway (yes, get your laughs out now). Chekufeh (British), Katie (American) and I started our London lives together. It has been a good run! We have quite a lot in common, and I hope that I will continue to keep in touch with them in the future.
Nov- We celebrated Chekufeh's birthday and I had my first Infernos experience. Not exactly a pleasant one. It is a big club, and packed, but ...
I have been procrastinating this entry because, as much as I hate to write it, this is my last week in London. I knew that the term would go unfortunately fast but I did not expect it to go THIS fast. The thought of leaving this city is making me genuinely sick to think about so I am not going to write about it quite yet.
Last week was actually quite busy for me because I went assignment-crazy and attempted to get all of my work done so that I would not be stressing ...
... time for a weekly open mic that had some real talent. One woman who’s voice opened me right up and I couldn’t help but sing and move along with. It’s been a day of a lot of people watching and raw food eating.
I headed back to Brighton today to say goodbye to Dan, Rosaria and William and to get out of the city for a moment at least. It really has been taxing on me I have to admit. All the stimulation and high ...
The Shaftesbury Premier London Piccadilly, the real relaxing retreat
If you need a peaceful break in London then here is the best place for you. A lovely retreat of soothing luxury, The Shaftesbury Premier London Piccadilly is much-admired for the perfect and prompt customer service. The hotel represents the beauty and the culture of the city. The hotel is known for first class hospitality offered in a trendy ...
... not see where I was going and actually walked past the street, but made it back. I was going to go to the British Science Museum but it closes at 5:00 pm and it was already 4:30 pm. So, I go back to the hotel and on the way, stop by a grocery store, and buy 2 bananas, water, and a chocolate croissant. I should have started buying my stuff here because it was definitely cheaper. I knew that, but it did not register in my head, since I did not think about food until ...