The Windmill

50 High Street, London, England, W3 6LD, United Kingdom | Hostel
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London Calling

A travel blog entry by kristineg


We arrived in London around 11:30 am. Our hostel was a little farther off than we had anticipated, but we found out how to work the metro and it really wasn’t that bad.
London’s underground is broken up into zones. When you travel within one zone, the cost is not that bad, but when you travel in and out of zones, the cost becomes …

London Calling

A travel blog entry by websterfamily14


... for the weekend. On Saturday, we toured around Kensington Gardens before heading over to the West End (another exciting moment for me- not that it's all about me?!) to see the Roald Dahl book turned premiere musical, Matilda the Musical- with music and lyrics written by the super talented Oz musician/comedian Tim Minchin. Aside from a couple of frightening Miss Trunchbull moments, the general Webster consensus was that it was an ...

Second flight with PAL

A travel blog entry by stu900


... in T3 for shops and places to eat/drink. I had checked in online so dropping my bag was quick and easy. there was a large crowd waiting to check-in but I had only one customer ahead of me in the Business Class / online check-In queue.

The plane took off over an hour late and the ETA was 75 minutes after the ticket time which was going to mean a long journey at the other end because of the ...

Mr. Schwartz and Mr. Schwartz

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999


... at Yo Sushi - a chain Sushi restaurant featuring a conveyor belt of Japanese food, an all you can drink bubble-water tap and complex system of colored plates denoting price. In the afternoon we visited St. Paul's Cathedral (briefly) and then did the Tate Modern Art Gallery. It was all a lot to take in, and when it came time to jump on the train to go back to Durham I was ready for a nap.

Father and I say a brief aurevoir, as we would meet again on Monday - this time in Durham!

Tower of London,London Eye, Chelsea FC

A travel blog entry by 5edwards


... Sophie. 4 1 off designer tops!

And there's more for the day. A ride on the London Eye at dusk. Perfect timing, no queue, and light enough to see right across the city, then see the city lights come on. Houses of Parliament and Big Ben are quite spectacular buildings.

We also walked through Leicester Sq and couldn't keep Sophie and Victoria out of the M&M store. Amazing to have 4 floors, prime spot, dedicated to little chocolate drops! Yum, M&M's for dinner!

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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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