Abbey Lodge Hotel

51 Grange Park, London, England, W5 3PR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Ealing Broadway area of London, is near British Museum Company, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Agua Bathhouse Spa, and Gunnersbury Triangle.
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    Arriving London

    A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Sep 11, 2014

    4 comments, 2 photos

    [the beginning of this entry was written in a jetlagged haze. The second half was written in the afternoon, after having walked off the majority of the travel-stupor] They say jet-lag is worse if you're travelling East. If so, I can't imagine how bad that's going to be on the return trip. It's 7am here in London. I've forced myself to sleep around 5 hours, waking up at 4am, wide awake after only getting to sleep at 1am. I ...

    Walking in the London sunshine

    A travel blog entry by angrygaza on Aug 09, 2014

    ... it out haha. It even climbed onto the fence for a look. The geese were getting ****** off cos they were being ignored and stole some nuts from the squirrel, stupid bird lol! Anyway we got to Buckingham palace... Umm totally not what we expected. The guards aren't outside the front of the palace, like all the photos suggest. Perhaps they got annoyed at all the tourists pestering them... But it made viewing hard as they were inside the palace ...

    London - the adventures begin

    A travel blog entry by europetravels on Jul 06, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... royal blood spilled on the stones. Today’s Tower has seen everything as a palace, barracks, a mint for producing coins, an archive, an armoury and the royal Menagerie. Most of all though the Tower is known for death: it’s been a place of imprisonment, torture and execution for the realm’s most notorious traitors and a few innocents as well. The most famous exhibits are of course the crown Jewels, in the Jewel House, Waterloo ...

    A sunny day back in London

    A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on Jun 21, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... and walked to London Wall to catch the 141 bus to Manor House. We were the only people on the bus to start with (9.10). Arrived at Manor House before 9.30 and walked the 150 metres 'home'.

    Out for a walk around Clissold Park in the afternoon, and a drink at The Brownswood on the way back. Then a bus to that so yummy Turkish restaurant - Gokwuzu - that we went to when we first arrived in London back in May.

    It's all back to normal. Won't be ...

    3: Going walkabout.

    A travel blog entry by tjfm.1971 on May 29, 2014

    15 photos

    ... hole, or should I say boat. Mored next to H.S. is the Tattershall Castle this is were we met Helen and Ian so far the most awesome people yet. Another 3 drinks here with lots of dirty jokes, taking the **** and heaps of laughter. We taught them the Aussie rhyming slang and funny sayings and lots of other stuff not appropriate for here. Hahahaha. We get back to the hotel by 1730 hr eat by 1830hr and out cold by 1930hr. Big day lots of walking, talking and ...