Sundial Court

38-42 Chiswell Street, London, England, EC1Y 4SB, United Kingdom | 1 star hostel

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A travel blog entry by lacymeghan


... either be the death of our backs or of an innocent passerby. But with three months of practice I'm sure we will be pros and become one with these giant "shells." We found Jessica and are so grateful for her hospitality these next couple days.

PS-a happy birthday shoutout goes out to Kevin Langeland and Mary Downer today!

PPS- We are here until Friday and then it's off to the running of the bulls. Here's the Dublin pictures we ...

Hop aboard London!

A travel blog entry by dillardstravels


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Not knowing exactly where the conference center was, Tiff downloaded the directions from her citymapper app and took screen shots of the whole route so she would know where to go. She stepped out into the brisk morning air. The rain had not started, but the forecast said it was coming. Hopefully it was wrong.

This is about to get confusing, so feel ...

London -Paris

A travel blog entry by lucysureoffoot


... and his friend and took walk to the grand passages and shopping galleries .. V interesting esp Passage des Panoramas bought some old photo prints .We also ate and drank later there in a tiny alley bar with John's artist friend Gaby. Then long walk up to Grands Boulevards and then to see the pinball cafe called Chez Janette.. Finally walk back to ...

Dutiful Disclaimer & Day One

A travel blog entry by truthfulle

... of said seating in flight) and that he would allow the Englishman beside me to enjoy my lovely company in the most passive-aggressive fashion imaginable. Long story short, the poor guy ended up moving 3 more times because everyone kept asking him to switch, he later told me I owed him a drink (all alcoholic beverages on international Canada Air flights are complementary, so I was happy to oblige)

The Englishman, named Andy, strangely enough, ended up being ...

The Day We Braved Harrods

A travel blog entry by ckwalt


... to get some photographic evidence.  1. Harrods and the Cronut In the afternoon we scaled the retail heights of Harrods. What an experience this was. It had everything, including the famous cronut (a croissant that's been deep fried and rolled in cinnamon sugar. Yum!). For the record, Chris spent more than Kellie, but that's just because he found more bargains ...


This 1 star hostel, located in the Islington/Angel/King's Cross area of London, is near Abbey Road, Prince of Wales Theatre, William Morris Gallery, and Causey Arch.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Sundial Court London

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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