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Hello there, mates. It's May 17th, and we arrived at London. The bus trip from Germany to London took many hours, but we made it eventually. Once we arrived, we took a stay at Central Park Hotel. It's a nice British hotel, to say the least. The architecture is well-designed and the cuisine is delicious.
We took several tours at London. …
... and the woman working in the breakfast room was unbearable. She kept telling everyone to not touch anything, she kept shoving plates of toast in people's hands and she even told me to pull my dress down at one point. After experiencing what hostel breakfasts are like we decided that Sunday morning we would eat out. Never again will I consume hostel breakfasts, I have decided that hostels are just for sleep, and cafes are for eating. After our horror of a ...
... were heartened as we'd had confirmation from the local bike shop that all our ordered equipment was ready to be picked up that afternoon, including Hannah's bike-so our plan to commence cycling, appeared to be imminent! However it wasn't to be- Darren returned from the bike shop without Hannah's bike- not only had they ordered in the wrong colour but it was also a man's bike-wrong on all accounts!! So it looks like our leaving date has been pushed back at ...
... seats and had a much better view. The next day, I went on a three hour, 25.6 km walk from Paddington to Battersea, then on to Whitehall and finally Tower Bridge. I adore the city, and it was lovely to have a good wander without feeling guilty about missing out on a museum. In the evening, I went to the theatre again to see Jeeves and Wooster, which was hilarious. Walking to the Tube after the show had finished, I started thinking about my grandmother, who was born in London in the ...
... it was a Saturday we were lucky to arrive just as a post-grad student was loitering at the entrance, and she offered to give us a little tour. I think we were all more impressed than we imagined, and King's will be duly added to Olivia's "Top 5" list.
We then popped next door to Somerset House and had a coffee in the Courtauld Gallery, before strolling across the river to Waterloo, where ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Central Park Hotel London
Central Park Hotel well located in Bayswater. Small rooms had comfortable beds & good plumbing. Good housekeeping. Three small elevators. Avoid lower 3 floors which accomodate school groups. Ask for 4 thru 7. Tube nearby. Pleasant desk staff; unsmiling, mute bartender. This is a tourist class hotel with somewhat better standards than is common in that category. 60 pound rate is good value for expensive London.
Okay for the price
Just returned from a week's stay at the Central Park Hotel. The hotel is ideally located across from Hyde Park and near two tube stations. Rooms are quite small and the walls are VERY thin, so the rooms are very noisy. For the price, the hotel is adequate -- nothing fancy, but the location makes up for it.