- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCastleton Hotel London
This is a hotel close by to Paddington Station, small eating places and very good for transport
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Our flight landed safely at 4.40am,we had a long flight of 13.5 hours from Hong Kong , once it became late, I was constantly up due to toilet breaks and just stretching my legs and happened to start talking to some people who were sipping on champagne and seemed to be having a good time, so they asked if I wanted a champagne to celebrate Christmas …
We started off the day with an English breakfast and headed out to Edgeware Road, then we waited for Lorraine and Chelsea to arrive on the train. We showed them to their hotel room and then headed towards Oxford Street! oh boy.. What a mistake! This place was crazy! Jam packed with thousands of shoppers all wanting bargains! We were pushed and …
... plays, comedy, live music, DJS, photography and art exhibits, and of course food and beer.
We went on the opening night and met some nice guys. They and Deanne were laughing mutually at a young couple making out vociferously nearby and struck up a conversation. And we went the next night to see a band that was great (a soul band) but the set was short and fraught with sound problems. It seemed like everyone was waiting for the DJ ...
The city of London always appears to be full of life and extravagant throughout the year. No matter which season you opt for travelling to the capital city of England, it will never disappoint you. Over the years, the tourism quotient has leveled up to such an extent that the city has it all to ensure that each end every visitor gets to have the best time of their life while holidaying in the English capital. With so many activities to plunge into, London ...
... theatre shows, comedy shows, bars, restaurants, clubs, opening parties, dinner parties, welcome back parties, going away parties, birthday parties, just any parties.
But most of all I miss those days when I would turn my face to the sky, regardless of whether or not it was covered with a thick blanket of white clouds or if it was a clear blue sky. I’d walk by the endless rows of Victorian terraced houses, and take a deep breath. I never felt more happy or ...