West 2 Hostel

Address: 22-24 Kensington Garden Square, London, England, W2 4BE, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Vincent Square area of London, is near Fat Tire Bike Tours London, Westminster, Ealing, and Maribou.
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Travel Blogs from London

Third day in London

A travel blog entry by joannewolfe on Nov 19, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

Another big day in London today, we went to St Paul's Cathedral, the Globe Theatre and most exciting of all the Hummingbird Cafe!!!!!  Oh and 'Once' starring Ronan Keating. So first to StPaul's - I climbed as high as you can go through some very narrow and windy spiral staircases and was the first person of the day to reach the golden gallery.  The views were amazing right across London and it was so interesting to see the architecture of the ...

Getting around London - you name it we did it!

A travel blog entry by debz2653 on Oct 16, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... t wear a helmet (they were offered), I was wishing I had one by the time we were in peak hour traffic!

We did a combination of back roads, main roads, bikeways, parks, footpaths, wrong way up streets and over Tower Bridge in peak hour. It was over 3.5 hours of pure fun - riding, walking, talking, listening, looking, photographing. It also included a pit stop in an old riverside pub, which had a noose hanging outside, for a welcome beer, cider, gin and ...

The days we made.

A travel blog entry by abigailgorman on Aug 28, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... in Byron Bay, Great Barrier Reef, Noosa… deciding to visit the latest exhibition, try the new bar that's opened around the corner. Life in that beautiful, crazy and infuriating city continues but the only difference is, I'm not there to see it.

I won’t lie.. there were moments where I struggled to find a job, a decent flat, and some kind of.. reason for being there. There were days when I'd seriously question why I had chosen to live in a city that was so far ...

St. Paul's and Windsor

A travel blog entry by traveled on Aug 25, 2014

17 photos

Monday morning, we checked out of our hotel, but left our bags there. We took the tube to St. Paul's again, but this time, we purchased tickets to get inside. I was skeptical as to whether the price of admission would be worthwhile, after all, I have seen my fair share of cathedrals, but it was worth it. With admission at most places these days you get an audio guide that tells you interesting information and history related to what you see, so ...

Back in London, Part 2

A travel blog entry by reynauld on Jul 17, 2014

9 photos

... tracking, we pass through a little town called Box. Insignificant on our trip except for the steam traction engine someone has put in the front yard of their tiny terrace house. It's covered in flowers and takes up the whole yard, but it really amused the boy & I

Onward to swindon, as we are losing the light and have a hotel to find.

So Rion and I had planned on stopping off at Swindon on the way back to London, so we could have a look at the ...