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... We went for a drink to their local, The White Horse, where Mick & I drank the local beer Heritage XX, not too bad. Back home for a nice dinner.
25 June. After a good nights sleep we awoke to the farm horses “neighing” on another sunny morning. Mick told me a few “Nobs” come down from the city to ride the horses. After breakfast we went for a walk around part of the Painshill farm The farmer Steve Godwin-Austen,a very ...
... more to offer than the last couple we were in...you know it's a half decent airport when there's a maccas! Although it was one of those annoying airports where you go through passport control first, then security at your gate - so even if you buy a drink on the departure side of things, there's no taking it aboard. We didn't get to our travel lodge till about 4, so most of the day was spent travelling. London was grey and drizzly, ...
... blue skies dissapeared and the heavens opened up on us. We figured due to the lovely blues skies this morning we didn't need raincoats nor umbrellas, should have know better of the English weather- won't be making that mistake again. We kept calm and carried on in the line. The London Eye gives a brilliant view of the London vista. The boys enjoyed going in the big capsule moving slowly around looking at the great city that ...
Feeling obliged to go and see London we organised with Ross to go out to Greenwich today. We met him at his station at 10am and caught the tube there. Very cute old neighbourhood, definitely orientated more towards maritime themes.
We headed over to the observatory which is the overlooks Greenwich. This has to be the most important building in Greenwich as it is home to time as we know it. The Greenwich Meridian Line runs through this and we got our ...
... The gatehouse to the second, inner court was adorned in 1540 with Hampton Court Astronomical Clock, an early example of a pre-Copernican astronomical clock. Still functioning, the clock shows the time of day, the phases of the moon, the month, the quarter of the year, the date, the sun and star sign, and high water at London Bridge. The latter information was of great importance to those visiting this Thames-side palace from London, as the preferred method of transport at the time ...
Historical Traveler Reviews Wake up! London
Oh My God
I wouldn't let my doig sleep here. True, you get what you pay for - most of the time. The room had thin wooden partitions with other guests rooms. The bedroom and bathroom in total was about 9 feet square. It must of been 25 degrees. window does not open. Tap dripped all night. Stained sheets. Plug on TV in a dangerous state - hardly any TV reception.
Numerous fire alarms caused by idiots.
All in all the very wworst hovel I ever stayed in.
(Oh, and did I mention the 6 inch gap between the bottom of the insecure bderoom door and the hall way.... anyone could see in....)
I have stayed in cabins at State Parks that were better than this hotel.
The review was right on, Expedia should be ashamed of putting this on thier web site. Iarrived at 9am, as usual I did not expect a room that early. They promised one at noon so I went out to do some sight seeing. I got back at 1pm and they said it woild be ready at 3pm. When I did finally get into my beer soaked cubicle I tried to get some rest. Bad idea, it sounded like the local high school was on spring break out side of my door. I checked out the next morning and luckily found a nice place a couple blocks away. To thier credit, Expedia did refund the remainder of the stay. Avoid this dump.
Yes. we too survived.
The place was somewhat clean. Otherwise I would not recommend it at all ! Like an old, rundown 50's motel. A real dive. Yes, we can laugh & learn. Do NOT stay here unless you like dumps. We wanted to check out and find another place, but would have lost the entire amount-as they make you pay upfront. I can see why. After seeing it most people would leave. There are better hotels I have stayed at, in London for only 20 pounds or so more & will from now on! Expedia should be ashamed to even carry this hotel on it's site.
I have stayed in a couple of hostels all over the world and this was the worst I have ever stayed in. I do not agree at all with the reviewer who says that this is ok for younger people and you pay for what you get. Every other hostel I have ever been to has been of a much better standard and I have never been scared in a hostel before.
My friend and I took a trip to London for spring break this year,
I have stayed at quite a few hotels in London, and this one is definitely the worst one! It can't possibly get worse! The first thing we did when we entered our double room was to cry. We just couldn't believe the terrible state of the room. Limegreen walls, horrible brown curtains, an ever so uncomfortable bed, disgusting bathroom... Need I say more? By the way, the door separating our room from the hallway didn't fit at all, there was a huge gap between the floor and the door, so of course it was very noisy due to the horrible teenagers and drunkards staying there. Those people didn't exactly make us feel safe there either... We were so glad when we checked out of this hotel three days later. I've passed this hotel many times since and it seems to be just as horrible as it used to. If you are wise, do not ignore the bad reviews on this internet-page just because you want to find out for yourself. Trust us! We have been there!
My husband and I just returned from london, where we stayed at the atlantic for 8 nights. I was a little nervous about our stay, having read the somewhat ghastly reviews, but our experience was not too bad.
It was a terrible hotel. The room was in the basement. It was very dark. Garbage was outside the small windows. To come to the room you had to go through the "bar" that was full of drunks. So: If you need a place to sleep after too many beers and nothing more, then it is ok.
Otherwise do not try to save money. Go somewhere else!
The rooms were disgusting for starters. Blood stain on my sheets, floors I wouldn't put bare feet on, nasty showers. I actually tied garbage bags around my feet to take a shower! They lost our online reservation, then we later had problems with the night manager. He claimed that we hadn't paid (when we in fact had paid) and became extremely rude. He actually yelled and we honestly felt (as a couple of lone females) physically threatened at one point. This is from a staff member! He also demanded that WE apologize for wasting his time! Also, very shady local men were hanging out every night in the hotel, both in the bar and wandering the halls. We saw the same two groups of men both nights....quite unsavory types. Obviously no control over who enters the hotel. Whatever you do, don't stay here!
Worst hotel ever!
I read some mixed reviews on other sites but decided to risk it anyway.
Big mistake! My husband and I made reservations for a double assuming that would actually include a double size bed. We got there and the bed was only a full size and you could see the springs, that's how lumpy the bed was! The staff was horribly rude as well. They charged us twice for the hotel on our credit card and when we asked them to fix their mistake, they started yelling at us. Luckily, our credit card company reversed the charge otherwise I don't know what would have happened.
The breakfast was white bread toast, cornflakes and the worst coffee you've ever tasted. I could go on, but I think you get tht point. It was horrible!
TripAdvisor Reviews Wake up! London
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