Queens Hotel

Address: 324 Seven Sisters Road, London, England, N4 2AP, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Finsbury Park area of London, is near Emirates Stadium, Samares Manor, Queen's House, and Clissold Park.
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      The way out

      A travel blog entry by witheyski on Dec 27, 2014

      Today was the journey out. In some ways it was quite symmetrical as we started in Derby driving on new snow and finished in Lauterbrunnen being driven on new snow.

      The journey in the UK had the usual delays on the M25 but we arrived at Heathrow airport in good time for the flight. The flight was then delayed as the weather had made a bit of a hole in ...

      Day 14 & 15 - London (Friends and Food)

      A travel blog entry by vaidehi on Oct 09, 2014

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      On Day 14, my cousin and her husband dropped me at the station and I was again on the 3 hour ride to London. It was even more memorable because, I used the wifi to logon to skype with my sons and mom and showed them views outside the train. They were thrilled to see bits and pieces. And it was heart warming to see their innocent faces beaming with joy and anxiously telling me that I will be back in about 25 days :-).

      But an interesting incident ...

      Confounding knobs, skinny jeans, & other musin

      A travel blog entry by elizab1 on Aug 26, 2014

      ... useless. I called the front desk twice. Once because the cable wasn't working (the guy who came up to help realized it wasn't plugged in - I felt like an idiot) and once because the hot water knob on the tub wasn't working. It turns out it was working it just wasn't the hot water knob. Instead, it regulated the temperature. Who knew? Later, I noticed the sign in the shower explaining how all of this worked. It was then that I fully appreciated why hospitals do not ...

      Playing tourist in London

      A travel blog entry by megbrodribb on Jul 02, 2014

      5 photos

      ... best exhibitions you're likely to see, and highlights for me included handwritten manuscripts from Jane Austen (Persuasion) and Charlotte Bronte (Jane Eyre). You can also see original works from composers such as Mozart and Beethoven, and letters and drawings by the likes of Michelangelo and da Vinci, as well as the big ones: the Magna Carta, and a Gutenberg Bible. Treasures indeed, and well worth a look if you're ever in London. They rotate the collection all the time, so you ...

      Last Day on London Way

      A travel blog entry by cmkarpetz on May 05, 2014

      4 comments, 4 photos

      On my final day in London I spent a great deal of time walking about and getting lost. What began as a trek out to see The Globe Theatre became a study in looking at maps the wrong and wandering aimlessly down roads looking like an absolute tourist. No matter; I eventually found my way. Along the way I found myself smashed between Big Ben, Westminster Bridge, and hoards of tourists. Fortunately a woman around my age was making her way ...