The Windmill

Address: 50 High Street, London, England, W3 6LG, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Acton Central area of London, is near British Museum Company, Hogarth's House, Gunnersbury Triangle, and Ealing Riding Centre.
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        TripAdvisor Reviews The Windmill London

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        Travel Blogs from London

        Aussie Aussie Aussie!!!

        A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Sep 27, 2015

        4 photos

        ... 8217;t going to miss the train and it was like the video of the Japan trains where it was just a scrum to get in. But they managed and the train took off. It was a packed as possible and everyone was shoulder to shoulder for the 45 minute trip to the airport.

        We arrived at the airport around 1045 and jumped on the next double decked shuttle bus to Villa Park. It was a much longer trip than expected and we arrived around 1120 near the fields and followed ...


        A travel blog entry by fintravels on Jul 17, 2015

        2 comments, 2 photos

        Dropping off our rental car in Rouen took 30 minutes to go 5 miles distance from our hotel to the train station. We couldn't figure out where to drop it off so thankfully one of the rental car guys came out and took it from us. No dents, gas tank filled and no tickets ( that we know of anyway; I've heard it's common for France to mail speeding tickets months after folks return home). We didn't have time for breakfast so we had chocolate croissants at ...

        Photoholics are us!

        A travel blog entry by sammy.bell on Jul 02, 2015

        19 photos

        ... The tower is also home to a set of quirky wire mesh zoo animals; to represent the animals that used to be housed there back in the day. There were Lions, tigers, monkeys, an elephant, and a polar bear of all things.

        We had a good wander around the perimeter of the fortified wall. At each corner tower there was a display of some sort set up showing points of interest or telling stories of fighting, war and death. Right up the kids alley.

        Inventing Impressionism exhibition

        A travel blog entry by clakiwi on Apr 17, 2015

        ... successfully globalising his operation with outposts in London, Brussels and New York, and establishing the one-man show as the international norm for exhibitions.The ‘Impressionists’ – a term first used derogatively by critics – was to become the household name that stands today.


        Old City, New Year (Preparations)

        A travel blog entry by irishringlets on Dec 30, 2014

        15 photos

        ... throughout history: the Greeks, Egyptians, Romans, Assyrians, Phoenicians, Mesopotamians, Ancient China and Japan, and more. In short, it couldn't possibly be seen in a whole day, let alone an afternoon, but the things I did see were marvelous. Looking forward to New Years shena****ns tomorrow, but not the crowds. A big group of us got tickets to the Zoo Bar for the evening...Wish me luck! And I'll be wishing you a happy new year, very soon. Love, ...

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        Plaque at the windmill
        Amiens, France