Smartbackpackers Russell Square

Address: 70-72 Guilford Street, London, England, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Bloomsbury area of London, is near Royal National Theatre, Regent's Canal, Russell Square, and Foundling Museum.
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London (Notting Hill and The Humphreys)

A travel blog entry by robxmas14 on Jan 24, 2015

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... footy at an antique sports equipment stall. It took very little effort to convince each other that they had to have it. I don't think I have ever seen Dan happier about a purchase.
We then celebrated their find with chocolate crepes. We walked through the food and flower market. It was so lovely, taking in all the smells and stalls.
We bought some flowers, ciabatta and berries to take to The ...

A Worth Visit In Lifetime

A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Dec 23, 2014

... making it your preferred accommodation.

The Hyde Park region is also very popular among the tourists furthermore you can with no trouble check out the a range of attractions such as the solar shuttle, the Kensington Gardens, Buckingham Palace and Princess Diana fountain. The accessibility of the city tube rail makes this place very easy to get to. You can effortlessly come from the close by rail station of Notting Hill. When you reserve ...

Camden Fringe Festival: The Perceptionists

A travel blog entry by unfitunfettered on Jul 28, 2014

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... theatre and imbibe as they watch the show. There aren’t a bunch of clicky groups laughing it up. Instead, it has more of a coffee house vibe (though its beverage of choice is beer). Also, the theatre with its 60-seat capacity is warm and inviting.

So I have to give my first Camden Fringe experience an enthusiastic thumbs up. Frivolity, froth, and fringe…a delightful ...

Cotswolds and London

A travel blog entry by thoseguys on Jun 04, 2014

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... stop between his other homes. It was speculated that the tower's height would allow for staff in his summer home to see that he and his family were approaching and to get ready. Since then, it has served as other residents' living quarters, a printing press, observation tower, and now a historic attraction. We had to get the rental car returned so we thought it was in our best interest to start the 2 hour drive back to London. The route took us ...

Bye bye, Britannia - yes, you do rule...

A travel blog entry by teambargey on Apr 22, 2014

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... history of how London developed into what it is now. There were really good replicas and real artefacts of how Londoners travelled in the 19th and 20th centuries, and the reality of some of it compared to my reading was cool. For a while, the tube carriages had no windows and felt disgusting given it was during the steam period and the underground was pretty filthy. There was also a groovy section for ...

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