Comfort Hotel Finchley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... are worth being a part of. Not only will you get to meet the large Finnish community but also experience the culture like never before.
Like most of the points of interests in London, reaching the Finnish Church is also quite easy, if planned well. You could travel by bus, take the tube or hire a cab. From Central London, you can take bus number 188 from Russell Square. Canada Water Station is the closest stop to the Church. ...
... 2,000-year-old dedication from a husband to his dead wife, which could have written today. It’s amazing the number of ancient British artefacts that have been recently discovered due the availability of metal detectors. Whilst we took a packed lunch we misguidedly bought a cup of coffee – bad mistake. Greg cunningly also bought a bottle of water to wash it all down. We were surrounded by Polish, ...
Arrived London 11 Sep, warm and sunny. Express train in from Heathrow to Dockside Hotel in Stepney. Tony & Maggie here and dinner with Claire (Maggie's daughter who lives close by). Walk around Tobacco Dock area that night. Walked London Central next day. Eurostar to Paris on 13 ...
... Great to see the number of famous people that are buried there such as Sir Winston Churchill. After some lunch I got back on the bus but got off at Piccadilly Circus as the bus was going nowhere due to roadworks. No photos today as the weather is so awful. Walked back to the apartment to freshen up before meeting my friends Carolyn and Graham for dinner. This involved getting to Waterloo station but decided to walk as for the moment it ...
... us some fun quiz sheets to complete where you had to find the answers from different exhibits and tomb stones. If you got all the answers right you got a chocolate coin at the end. One of the guides who had lived in Auckland for 12 years was really kind to us and let us sit in the seats where the Queen and Prince Philip sat for William and Kate's wedding. All these other people were wondering why we were ...