Arena Hotel

6 Forty Lane, Wembley, Middlesex, England, HA9 9EB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 6 Forty Lane, Wembley, is near Wembley Stadium Tours, Wembley Arena Pavilion, Glide3, and The Minema.
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    Travel Blogs from Wembley

    London's Bright Lights

    A travel blog entry by sammy_and_macca on Sep 02, 2014


    We left Faygate after a filling home cooked breakfast from our hosts Nick and Johanna to head to Willesden Green in London. This is where my Uncle Nick and Aunty Sue live. The trip was to take 1 and a half hours. 3 hours later we made it. The traffic in London was amazing. At no stage did we become gridlocked, however it was very slow moving. We hoped to see a hand full of red double decker buses. ...

    Indiana Jones, Petra and Easter Eggs

    A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor on Apr 18, 2014

    ... the real London- South West is where it is at!!

    So on another note- one of my good friends from San Francisco was in London for two nights and so I got ready and then Kristy, Katie and I went back to Waterloo station, had Maccas and then I travelled to Embankment to meet up with Shannon. It ended up being Shannon, her sister, her friend and her friends friend. We went to a bar called Jewel had a few drinks and caught up on old times in Phillay... woops I mean SF!


    Chapter 1: Beginnings

    A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

    ... cross the channel – my pre-arranged coach tickets gave no clue. But it soon became clear.

    We pulled into Dover port and boarded the ferry around midnight. I made my way to the deck, where I watched the bright lights of Dover illuminate its white cliffs and metallic port structures. From the cold iron balustrades, humming from the surging engines moving us out of harbour, I watched as a dark and quiet England disappeared into the night, and the ...

    Chapter 2: Crossing the Sahara

    A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

    ... at the border during the guards’ lunch break drew endless waiting, in searing Saharan heat, and frustration. When eventually official procedures resumed, we were passed from one office, and one guard, to the next, in an unending cycle of checks and rechecks, of passports, bags and intentions. A full two and a half hours after arrival, we climbed back inside the old Mercedes and left Morocco.

    Five kilometres of rocky ruined tracks ran through ...

    Chapter 3: Into Mali

    A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

    ... is a man who savours long and arduous journeys into the unknown, a quality which I, at first, could not see the value in and found difficult to accommodate, but later grew to understand and, in fact, share.)

    In Goudin the car stopped for petrol and the humans for street food. It turned out that it was in this town that the father of the family lived for some time during his youth. Over an omelette baguette, i discussed with Roger the ...