New Cross Inn Hostel

323 New Cross Road, London, England, SE14 6AS, United Kingdom | Hostel
Prices starting from $37.00
 

Travel Blogs from London

Meeting Old friends,Making New friends

A travel blog entry by kazbriggs

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– We weren't expecting to have a busy day today, so we slept in a bit and had a fairly lazy morning at Paul and Sofie’s home. There had been a half-marathon footrace on in the morning (somewhere in our general area) and we weren’t sure if there were road closures. Sofie suggested that we leave a little earlier than normal so we could get to our meeting in time. As it turned out, there ...

Bunch of Blarney

A travel blog entry by dillardstravels

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... than you would expect, until your head is even with the stone and kiss it. Thankfully you are not totally dependent on the assistant for your life. There are metal guard rails underneath the stone to catch you should you slip. Each one of us laid down and leaned back like champs, laying big kisses on the stone. The Dillards are now unstoppable! No one can resist us!!

After a short walk through town, we left for Cashel. It took about ...

Travelling home

A travel blog entry by marionbenson

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The flight from Hong Kong took 12hrs and 30mins.Again, we had our welcome glass of champers and then not long into the flight we had our meal,which was chicken,potatoes and broccoli, followed by chocolate chip ice cream and tea.We settled down as much as we could with our blankets,pillows and eye shade.We both managed to sleep fitfully,whilst looking at the onboard map identifying where we were going and also ...

London - Ticked Off!

A travel blog entry by denisemilburn

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... and tree added to the atmosphere. It was now 3:30 and dark, the whole place was alive with lights and festivities - and filled to the brim with shoppers. Topping the day was a leisurely walk to Leicester Square. It too was decked out, this time with a carousel, ferris wheel and hanging lights - a picture no artist could capture. I wondered just what Shakespeare would have made of it all, with his newly refurbished statue surrounded by such decadence. Next morning ...

Made it into London

A travel blog entry by canddosborne

... The gardens.
The squirrels here are different to those we have seen so far and they don't move as quick so there is an opportunity to take a photo before they take off. On through the park to Buckingham Palace, through the gates dedicated to Australia and to the residence of Queen Liz.
From here we walked down The Mall and then hung a left up to Piccadilly Circus where we had lunch sitting on the base of the statue that overlooks the circus and the maze of cars buses ...

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This hostel, located in the South Bank/Bankside area of London, is near Greenwich, Bayswater, East Ham Nature Reserve, and Stella Artois: Star Over London.
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