Ned Kelly's Backpackers Hostel

Address: 305 High Road, London, England, NW10 2JT, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Northwest/Regent Park area of London, is near London Walks, Glyndebourne, Bloomsbury, and East End.
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London Museums

A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Jul 03, 2015

4 comments, 65 photos

... parents' and grandparents' homes. The museum has an IMAX theatre which we skipped as we've seen this before. There are lots of hands-on and interactive teaching exhibits geared towards teaching kids about science and technology, as well as a room devoted to space science and another for technology.

Overall the museums are interesting and easy to access. They are obviously a great teaching tool for children as well as tourists. Enjoy our ...

Green Park, Wellington Arch & Apsley House

A travel blog entry by clakiwi on Apr 19, 2015

6 photos

... with something like 1000 silver pieces and stunning centrepiece. Unfortunately couldn't take any photos and too many attendants hovering around. Interesting the number of paintings of Napolean that he had in the house.

Then wandered across town and came across the Choccywoccydoodah shop - had seen some of their TV shows and not a huge fan of their work. Not any better seeing it in person. But busy shop and cafe was popular so obviously appeals to lots.

So close.....

A travel blog entry by laney182 on Mar 06, 2015

I have landed on home soil but not yet home itself. This entry is just for the map it does to show my travel. I landed in London gatwick and from there I got a bus to Birmingham and then a train to kidderminster...... Things I will miss about New Zealand :- Weather Scenery The people The beaches The mountains The cheap fast food Things I won't miss about New Zealand :- The expensive beer in shops and pubs Missing the football in England. Paying for wifi in ...

Climbing Big Ben

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Jan 26, 2015

... down for the chimes. It plays the bells in the familiar chimes and then the huge hammer of Big Ben falls for the first ring of twelve. it is a massive hammer and a massive bell and it reverberates the entire platform and up through your shoes and you can feel the power of the bell and hammer. As the last tone strikes and starts to die away, you can put your hands on the girders and still feel them vibrating. It was such a wondrous ...

Arrival in England

A travel blog entry by familymojo on Dec 02, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... games, as well as power - including USB, American 110- and European 220-volt sockets - at each seat. They also had chat room and seat-to-seat messaging system, so you could type messages to others on the plane. That seemed very current and unnecessary. But we played with it.

Most of us managed to get at least some sleep on the flight. In fact, Monica said she got the best sleep she's ever had on the intercontinental flight. ...