Walter Sickert Hall

29 Graham Street, London, England, N1 8LA, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Belgravia area of London, is near Saatchi Gallery, London Tourist Board, Royal Court Theatre, and Les Senteurs.
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The days we made.

A travel blog entry by abigailgorman on Aug 28, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... him if he tried anything funny.

“Thank you for driving me, by the way,”
“It’s okay, I don’t mind. Right.. off we go.”

*15 seconds later*

“STOP! I live over there! Oh.. well, this is awkward. Thank you for the ride.”

Turns out the depot was actually round the corner from my house. ***** sake.

I remember how I’d get shouted at on escalators in the metro because I’d stand ...

Family, friends & Monty Python!!!

A travel blog entry by wollindibby on Jul 28, 2014

6 comments, 46 photos

... to Harlesden to see Emily, Sean and Oscar. They are currently doing a major loft conversion and then a kitchen renovation so it was very active around at their place but we did manage to get an Aussie BBQ in, see photos attached. Whilst in London we caught up Benji & Saffi (Mandy's nephew & his partner) which was wonderful to hear what is happening in their lives and how Benji's band "Happyness" are forging a name in the music industry. We ...

Our adventure begins

A travel blog entry by johnjeed on Jul 02, 2014

3 photos

... most of the way. After much walking and suffering long queues, we cleared immigration, collected our bags and then found our way to the Heathrow Express. Very
efficient, 15 minutes later we were at Paddington Station and a short walk to our hotel, our home for the next 4 days. It was surreal to be back in London again after 9 years.

Exhausted, after checking in and quick showers we all crashed.



A travel blog entry by diana.peller on Jun 08, 2014

5 photos

... and took a bus back to the airport. Before the bus ride I had bought a bunch of kinder eggs, which I am absolutely obsessed with. They remind me of my childhood because I would often visit Europe as a kid with my parents and my dad would buy them for me. Now I obviously don't care about the toy, but its amusing to me that you don't know what you will get. I do find it quite strange that they are illegal in the United States. I'm sorry but if kids in Europe manage not ...

To Brick Lane and back

A travel blog entry by cmkarpetz on May 04, 2014

6 comments, 4 photos

... he got my vote! We checked each artist out, submitted our ballots and spilled back onto brick lane.

Next, we perused countless vintage and consignment shops, all of which put Calgary's second-hand stores to shame. We had fun trying on clothes and looking at funky designs; I could now shop for Helen. I would purchase a sparkly top (sequence perhaps), or a brightly patterned dress that isn't too short! In the end, the ...

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