Travel Joy Hostels Chelsea

111 Grosvenor Road, London, England, SW1V 3LG, United Kingdom | Hostel
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    Wimbledon

    A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Jul 07, 2014

    19 photos

    ... others. We joined the queue for the next day and were numbers 680-684. So I shall explain how it works cause its a bloody long drawn out process. If you are camping out you camp out for the next day of tennis (obviously) not the day you get there. Once there you join the queue and at about 6pm the camping officials come around and give out "queue cards", everyone that wants one has to be present at this time or you miss out. This card has a number on it and it is EVERYTHING if you ...

    Day 35. Shipley to London

    A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Jun 19, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... were saying goodbye to all the other passengers who were staying at the Trafalgar nominated hotel - the Hilton at Kensington. We alone then travelled to Westminster via Earls Court where we said goodbye to Steve and Richard and booked in at the Westminster Park Plaza. We are on the 11th floor and have a VERY nice room. If we sit on our window ledge into the atrium we can see Westminster Bridge and Big Ben. Now the last chapter ...

    Abbey Road, Big Ben and Father Thames

    A travel blog entry by ericandpaula on May 18, 2014

    1 comment, 38 photos

    ... name because of it's proximity to a meat market that has been in the same location for about 800 years! It is the same place where William Wallace (Braveheart) was hung, drawn and quartered. There is a place commemorating this close to the pub.

    Eric had Steak and Ale pie which was quite tasty. I had my first fish and chips and although I ate it, I was quite disappointed. I will try again alter in the trip though!

    There are no words ...

    North and South

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Mar 24, 2014

    1 comment

    ... even though we weren’t able to have a conversation. I got my Mum on FaceTime, and she had a quick chat with everybody as well, and then we went to bed. I revelled in the fact that I had a double bed all to myself in my own private room, as nights of sleeping in hostels and shared dorm rooms were starting to do me in.

    After a lovely breakfast and chat the next day, they drove me back to the station and I caught a train into London. ...

    Woke up feeling like Rocky

    A travel blog entry by daniellechalk on Feb 09, 2014

    3 photos

    ... climactic story of how I got the most brutal wedgie of my 20 years of existence. The jist is it was a 30 minute sprint to town consisting of, but not limited to: torrential downpour, 2 backpacks (one backpack wearing a backpack on its back), hurdling hobo dens, and singing Eye of the Tiger between asthmatic gasps for air and sobs of self pity. Another day, another children's book. Made it to the station with 2 minutes to ...