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... and then went to wait at
the station where I made friends with a really friendly American soldier
stopping off on in England on his way home from active duty. It’s always nice
to talk to a fellow North American when you are away. Despite our slight
differences, Canadians and Americans have a lot in common (I realize I may lose
some readers saying that, but it’s true).
As I write this I am sitting aboard the 18:47 train to York.
It is with a ...
... and we played with the busses. One wrong turn due to gridlock and lack of attention and we got there. So, slightly disappointed in myself, but very relieved and tired, I'm on the train home. I'd even splashed out on a £1.29 bottle of bubbly from Aldi yesterday to celebrate at the finish line, but it'll have to wait! Might even ride back from Glasgow to alleviate the shame. We'll see :) I'll post a roundup and ...
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... great dinner with Wes and Ida in La Terrazza. The food and service were excellent. Wayne and I had the Pasta with Duck Ragout along with the Osso Bucco. Very, very good! Dessert was a dark chocolate grappa.
Tomorrow is a sea day so there will be time to explore the ship.
I hope to write a blog post every day. It will mostly depend on internet reception which could get spotty as we head north. But, I’ll catch up ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
Historical Traveler Reviews Comfort Inn Victoria London
I picked this hotel for its location walking distance to services and coach station) but will not stay there again. I know London is a busy place but I had a room on the ground floor and it was very noisy with traffic and people going past all night, shower luke warm and the room had a pungent odour.
The receptionist was more interested in watching Childrens TV on our arrival than the meet and greet you expect.
A very basic breakfast of vending machine coffee, cereal, toast and hard boiled eggs. Maybe danish pastries or croissants are something for the future.
I think this was a case of you get what you pay for!
I stayed in the Comfort Inn Victoria before flying out the next day. The hotel is convenient to Victoria station and the Gatwick Express train.
We stayed here for two nights in November 04. We found the hotel to be perfect for our needs. It is very close to Victoria Station and within easy walking distance to Buckingham Palace, The Houses of Paliament, The London Eye.
Ideal location but smelly room !
We stayed at this hotel for 2 nights in August 2004.
Location of the hotel is ideal, a few minutes from Victoria station with access to all transports.
But the room we got was very small, SMELLY and probably very hot when the weather is hot (which was not the case).
Can find a better place for this price.
A lovely hotel that is very clean!
We stayed in this hotel in August 2004 and we were very impressed by the standard of cleanliness. The room is small but has a fan installed so can be kept cool. The bathroom is of a nice size and is very clean. The breakfast was nice and the staff were helpful. It is in a brilliant location for all of the sights around central london. The only problem is parking if travelling by car but there is a multistorey car park nearby and the hotel offers 25% discount off the cost which is good.
Great location - I'd stay here again
Great location! We arrived Stanstead airport and took a non-stop bus to Victoria station. The hotel is about 100 meters from the station. You can walk to Buckham Palace in 15 minutes and catch the tube everywhere. The hotel room was SMALL but very clean, breakast okay, cost is normal for London. We paid 75 pounds for a double. I would stay here again.
I stayed in this hotel in June 2004. This hotel is great in terms of its location (right across from Victoria, a major station in London), attractions, etc.
Staff was pretty helpful when we had any questions.
Breakfast offerred by the hotel was nice.
Rooms are certainly smaller that rooms in US but that is expected in Central London.
The best thing about this hotel is its location (it's close to Buckingham Palace). The bathroom was surprisingly big (for London), and unlike other hotels, there's no problems with the water pressure. The rooms themselves however are extremely small. During our visit in June, the weather in London was 90 degrees and humid, and the rooms had no A/C which made it very uncomfortable to sleep through. The free breakfast was a plus and my wife and two children enjoyed the food.
Great Value, Hot clean showers
My wife, daughter and I spent three nights here during the end of October 2003. This place is at a great location just behind the Victoria Train Station near all London sights.Best of all, it is clean, the showers are HOT!! and modern - great water pressure too! Argueably, the best American style showers in Europe.Also, there is a great pub on the corner across the street which serves the best fish and chips on the island - but don't go there on a Friday night, they don't serve food and the place is packed like a can of sardines.The staff here is friendly and helpful. This is truely one London accommodation you will be happy you found. CheeriO and a Toodle pip.
We just spent a week in London and stayed at the Comfort Inn on Belgrave Rd., just a half block away from Victoria Station. The hotel was just great and the price just right at 60 GBP for a twin room per night. The location couldn't have been better for a central place in London. The room ensuite looked as though it had been newly renovated.