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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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... of write ups and Prince Charles praised them according to their menu. As is everything there, the space is very tight and business is good, so good that they run another restaurant 2 doors down (I'm guessing the neighbor didn't want to sell?) called Jasmine's. We thought the reference was cute :-) Anyway, they don't have a license to sell alcohol. Being as busy and reputable I was left wondering why. So what they do is they send a guy to the ...
Another fun day. After breakfast we walked to Riquet Metro Station. We had purchased tickets yesterday but as we went through a luggage gate, we didn't use them. There are some stairs to descend with your cases, no lifts that we found, but this was not a problem. We caught the train to Gare Du Nord which involved one train change and more stairs. After seeking directions as we went, we found our way to the Eurostar area. We were early so we sat and waited ...
The alarm went off at 5.10am. The bed at the St Regis was soooo snuggly so we both didn't want to move. The strong cocktails had definitely left a bad taste in our mouths. We probably should have gone to bed earlier seeing as though we are going to be up for about 28 hours today but it was such a good night. The butler came up and got our bags God knows how we have fit everything in them. He took them down and put them in the waiting taxi. The taxi cost 5000 yen and took ...
... 5599994659424px;">Lisa xo
I called it way too close today.
I started work at 12.
It takes me 39 minutes to get there.
Guess who woke up at 11:19am?
... with their own family car of many decades ago, because apart from a few Morris Minors this class of car has gone the way of the dinosaur. The museum would appear to be skewed to displaying cars that ordinary people would have owned or lusted after, rather than a historical narrative of the once great British motor industry. Our Sikh taxi driver was waiting for us at the appointed time and whisked us back to the station in his Mercedes people mover, where we only had a five ...