357-359 Green Lanes , London, England, N4 1DZ, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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Tube Strike and rainy day

A travel blog entry by mrduby


... that evening. My friend wasn't in the room because he went out to buy some food! We had something before I couldn't hang on anymore. But I only slept for 3-4 hours as I woke up early around 4.

The next morning despite rainy forecast, we stuck to our plan to visit the British Museum, which is 5 mins walk from Arran house! It's smaller than I expected, with fewer items than I imagined. Mostly the artifacts that the British ...

Day 26: The One With the Nostalgia...

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv


... as we were heading north and west for one more go around at Abbey Road, this time with the benefit of sunlight.

It started to absolutely downpour when we arrived, but it didn't dampen the spirits of the dozen or so other Beatles fans who'd made the trek to St. John's Wood to visit the zebra crossing. I got off a couple of great shots of the crossing, the EMI Studios, and the road signs in the area before we made ...

Nearly over the jet lag

A travel blog entry by kag


... lunch we indulged Briony by walking up to Oxford street,where she immersed herself in Topshop and Miss Selfridge to see if there was anything inside she could afford. Oxford street by twilight (about 3.30pm) is magical, with lights strung across the street like a glittering spider webs. Then back past Piccadilly Circus to Leicester Square, and to the movies (Catching Fire, and Captain Phillips for John). 17th :December Tuesday: we woke at 6.15 just in time ...

Shakespeare's globe and more

A travel blog entry by jackandkate


Today we went to Shakespeare globe. We first looked at the museum and we saw some of the clothes they used in the plays. After we went on a tour. The We guide was very interesting. We got to see the the copy of Shakespeare's globe that was made exactly like it used to be with wood and thatching sticks on the roof. The man whose name was Sam did ...

Royal Day and Jack the Ripper Tour

A travel blog entry by 46thelrose8

... with anticipation. At exactly 11:45 you could see mounted soldiers regally garbed coming up the Pall Mall. There were about 8 all straight in a row and in perfect precision. They entered the far gate and proceed to the rear of the palace. We looked all around trying to listen for the marching bands that always accompany them and saw nothing. Then a "Bobby” inside the palace place a sign by the gate that there would be ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Finsbury Park area of London, is near Emirates Stadium, Alexandra Palace, Queen's House, and Clissold Park.
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