Ibis Stevenage Centre
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... is a pricy city for food, travel, and accommodations. Afterwards, we walked down the Bankside Parhway along the River Thames. We somehow avoided getting sucked into "the Clink," a tourist trap haunted house set in a old prison, despite the urgent pleas of Alexa to be expensively thrown into it. I did succumb to her pleading to pay a second visit to a Wagamama Noodle Bar for lunch, although I did negotiate a Yaki ...
Off to the Tower of London. Many of the museums in London are free, yes free, but that is certainly not the case with the Tower. From reviewing all the numerous sites to see in and around London, it is the most expensive, but from comments on Tripadvisot, it is also one of the most crowded. I am not quite sure why it is the most expensive unless they are trying to pay the insurance premiums on the Crown Jewels.
Most reviews you read on the Tower recommend that, to avoid ...
Well, here I am, arriving in cloudy, misty London a day before Ang. The Gatwick Express was delayed 30 minutes and so I entered at rush hour. and stood all the way into Victoria. The flat is in a fantastic location, literally a 2 minute walk to Trafalger Square. Old London building and apparently as typical, no lifts. Luckily Dan's sister was there at the same time, so she lugged ...
We took off to London today with intent to explore and walk some big sights today including Tower of London and Tower Bridge. Arriving at Tower Hill Underground Station, we made tracks for Tower of London. We entered and waited for a guided tour by one of the 33 beefeaters (just a nickname - no one knows where it comes from). Turns out to be a beefeater, we need 22 years of armed forced experience! The tour guide took a ridiculous group of ...
... England’s higher education. We were given a tour where we explored the
University of Oxford and Christ Church College. Both colleges had incredible
stretches of lawn surrounding the schools and we learned that some of the Harry
Potter scenes were actually filmed here, most notably the Great Hall and the
stairs inside Hogwarts. Moreover, we learned that to attend the University of
Oxford, you would have to dish out a cool $150,00 per year. What! Our ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Stevenage Centre
stayed a couple of days... rooms were very clean and modern-great. great location- very easy walk with heavy bags from the train station, parking was easy, and just step out and the shops are just there... all good.
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