Abbey Lodge Hotel

Address: 51 Grange Park, London, England, W5 3PR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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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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      Small spaces in a Big City

      A travel blog entry by jenandtony on Nov 11, 2014

      17 photos

      ... school; centre for fire wardens in WWII; trade union offices. In the 1980s, left empty, it fell into disrepair.

      Inhabited by squatters who used it as a music venue and social centre known as The Blue House it once again had a purpose. Local objectors led to the squatters' eviction and the building continued to decline until a campaign began to rescue the building and re-open it to the public again. Today it is ...

      The End of Topdeck, back to London!

      A travel blog entry by bels_adventure on Oct 09, 2014

      ... what a ride it was - all I wanted to do on the ship was pee, but when they're all full of people being seasick this gets a little tricky! I clearly don't get seasick, because I spent my walk around the ship with a bit of a sheepish grin on my face as I tried to keep my balance. It was like being drunk but with cognitive functioning! The Dover end of the trip the weather was so bad we needed to be tugged into port. Watching out the windows was fairly amusing to see how far ...

      Last day in London

      A travel blog entry by samboggiss on Aug 13, 2014

      5 photos

      ... We ended up at a pizza place that sells by the (massive) slice. Since I couldn't eat it I went next door for Egyptian street food. Apparently the pizza was really good, and my lunch was great too so everyone was happy.

      After lunch we said goodbye to Anneke, a New Zealander from Devonport who was with us, as she had to go back to pick up her gear and head to the airport. I took Lauren to help me with scarf shopping for Mum while the ...

      Windsor Castle

      A travel blog entry by sa.hurley on Jul 03, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... refurbished by successive monarchs. William the Conqueror chose the site, high above the river Thames and on the edge of a Saxon hunting ground. It was a day's march from the Tower of London and intended to guard the western approaches to the capital. The outer walls of today's structure are in the same position as those of the original castle built by William the Conqueror in the 1070s. So too is the central mound supporting the Round Tower and ...

      Inspiration and Conversation...

      A travel blog entry by jenad on May 31, 2014

      During the second flight from Heathrow to South Africa I sat next to a delightful gentleman from London who was taking a trip to Pretoria and Botswana to discuss Development Aid and more specifically water. He didn't offer the name of the company he worked for although I am still very curious. So often our introductory conversations are "what do you do" instead of “who are you”… I am sure ...