The Windmill

Address: 50 High Street, London, England, W3 6LD, 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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      Hyde Park and Flight

      A travel blog entry by daisy_pittams on Aug 03, 2014

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      Sunday 3rd- Quick breakfast at the hostel before heading out for the day. Decided a trip to Hyde Park for a picnic would be a great way to round off London. After a quick stop by marble arch we ate our picnic and then had a leisurely stroll by the Serpentine hadn't realised it was so beautiful! We the headed off to Gatwick airport for the flight to …

      The Last Week

      A travel blog entry by megangruber on Dec 12, 2014

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      ... Dawn and Phil for all of their time and work they put in for us. It was a bittersweet night.

      Friday was filled with ice skating at the Somerset House, walking through Christmas Markets on the South Bank Walk, and amazing food at Tayyabs in Brick Lane. We ate there for COJO class earlier and decided it was worth being out last dinner in London. We then went to a pub for a last pint. We ended early, before ...

      History of tea in Great Britain

      A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Nov 15, 2014

      ... Regularly the gardens were opened on Saturday and Sunday, and an afternoon of amusement and dancing would be tainted by serving tea.

      Tea Shops

      In 1864 the lady manager of the Aerated Bread Company initiated the custom of serving food and beverage to her consumers. Her finest customers were favoured with tea. After that everyone was requesting for the same treatment.

      Tea and Pottery

      Do not surprised, there is ...

      Earn More Money

      A travel blog entry by nathan87comb on Jul 06, 2014

      ... you know well, such as American History or Geometry, you will be able to make a fair amount of extra cash. Try getting a tutoring job at Kaplan or Princeton Review if you had a great SAT score. It may be easier to find work if you snag a job at a tutoring company, but if you can find clients yourself, you'll be able to set your own rates and make more of a profit. To market your talent, ...

      Day 6 London

      A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on May 15, 2014

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      ... Roman Baths were amazing for there sheer ingenuity and size. The Romans were so innovative and just so ahead of their times in everything they did, the planing, thought and detail they put into everything at their time of evolution is just mind blowing. The Romans built the public baths on the site of hot springs, but they also had sauna rooms, hot baths, warms baths. cold baths and an ingenious system to handle any overflow. ...