St Christopher'S Inn Shepherds Bush
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSt Christopher'S Inn Shepherds Bush London
This hostel is a great all round hostel. Cheap, clean and friendly. Great location close to Westfield Shopping Centre and lots of bars. Good cheap meals and drinks.
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... left....or right....depending. British sensibility I suspect lol.
It was nice to make it back as I had put a lot of miles on me feet and only had to wander a lil bit further as around the corner I found a row of restaurant / cafes all with patios...tada me new resting place. So found a nice table...had some supper....sipped some beers...then coffees talked to some locals....and eventually called it a day back to me room...man I saw a lot today.
We took the train to Windsor today and had a tour of Windsor Castle. The Queen was there but we didn't see her (again!). We passed through a room all set up with chairs and found out that there will be an investiture tomorrow where the Queen will be knighting people. How exciting!!!! The castle is beautiful both inside and out and is the oldest occupied castle in the world! After our castle tour we walked into the town of Eton where Eton College is. This is the school that ...
... they realized tombs got raided and bodies sometimes moved. They didn't want the precious writings separated from the body and the spirit then be lost en route to wherever it was going.
It was seriously crowded in the museum. At first we thought it was because it is Memorial Day, but we are ...
... Those of you keen subscribers will surely notice we have been there once before. But, this time the museum was different. We arrived at 7:00pm and there were drinks and food and live music and there were no noisy little school children running around this time. They call it a ‘Late’ where the museum opens up until around 11:30pm. We paid 10 quid to see the new exhibit all about the history of man in Britain over one million years. I must admit, there ...
... our time in London. Walking through the gardens, Bonnie was absolutely delighted when we spotted a cute little squirrel digging for nuts in the grass, as she had been hoping upon hope to sight one. He was very cute and very friendly coming very close to us several times, obviously very used to people in his park. Dragging ourselves away we headed for Kensington Palace where we donned crowns and had a right royal time of it parading up and down the corridors and ...