YHA London Oxford Street
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYHA London Oxford Street
Although it is centrally located and comfortable to reach, the neighborhood definitely is not very friendly when you get back at night. Just okay if you want to spend the night and roam the streets during the day. Don't expect more than that.
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We don't know what the Wifi will be like once we are there, but we will attempt to update this as often as possible.
For us, this will be an experience of a life time so we would like our friends, families & colleagues to share this moment with us!
So ciao for now and we will keep you posted!
... Modern would be a good idea. Started off to plan but the first train we caught was delayed and then had to reverse back up the track. There was also heaps of works going on that meant we were chopping and changing trains to get around.
Made it to the Tate Modern Museum, finally. It was a massive old power station building and the art was really interesting. It was a surprise to see Pablo Picasso works and also, our very own, Norman Lindsay.
... wide of with many different paellas, thai curries and the like.
Next to the Fashion and Textiles history museum. I didn't know that Picasso later in life started collaborating with fabric printers to add his designs onto fabric, some interesting pieces but I prefer his art pieces. The fabric seems to lose the uniqueness of the single frame style. Andy Warhole also strongly represented in the displays, A complete history of ...