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Today we went sightseeing through London and went on the London eye and walked through St James park and saw squirrels and then we went to Buckingham Palace and saw guards practicing there steps at the guard museum. We went to M&M World & spent some money. We came back to the motel then went to a local pub for dinner. I am very tired & ready for bed.
Bye, from Rachel
Hi, Travis here and wanting to share what I did today.
1.Trafalgar square In London was nice
2.The tower bridge experience was all about telling how jack the ripper and the great London fire all began.
3.The London bridge and monument. Its a tour at the London bridge.
4.We went to the London tower to find …
Well we made it after 23 hours & countless movies/TV shows. Arrived in UK at 12:30pm and after bus & cab ride at Hotel by 2:30. Plane trip was fun and kids handled it really well. Now shattered & want to go to bed, 6pm local time .Cook didn't handle trip to well. Took 4 hostesses to stop her going up the stairs to business class. In the …
It has been far too long since our last blog post, and we have been meaning to write a post for awhile. I am sure I will miss out on at least a few things, but it will get us back caught up. We had a great summer, with some amazing trips. Syd's family came over for a visit in July to check out the Rolling Stones play in Hyde Park. It was 44 years earlier when they played a free gig in Hyde Park. It was great show, and we had a great ...
... He described how the room is usually so loud and buzzing every time a batsman goes out to bat and is typically quite daunting, especially for young cricketers, to manage the emotion attached to walking through the Long Room. However, in 2011, when the greatest of them all, Sachin Tendulkar, walked out to the middle for what was possibly going to be his last time at Lords, there was an incredible serene moment where every single person stood up. There was a pin drop silence ...
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O hotel é pequeno, porém agradável, barato e próximo da estação de chegada do Eurostar. Tem metro na própria estação. Fácil de se locomover.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrestfield Hotel London
Historical Traveler Reviews Crestfield Hotel London
Three of us shared a room at this delightful hotel. The staff was friendly and helpful. The rooms are small but adequate, the beds were very comfortable. No lift, hotel room was very clean. It was nice to having the hot water pot in the room for making tea and coffee (instant) which was provided. We brought our own instant soup which was easily made with the hot water pot. Breakfast was cold cereal, toast, juice tea and coffee.The toilet and shower area are small but efficient, and in room. You are walking distance to the Kings Cross Tube Station and Thames-link at Kings Cross. Wonderful Thai resturant and nice little grocery market within walking distance. A Post Office is walking distance too. For the price we paid comparing to other hotels in the area we were pleased. Other hotels in area were Comfort Inn and Travel Lodge.
Not worth it
After having read relatively decent reviews of the hotel, I booked, and was horribly disappointed. The staff was unfriendly, the room was so bright I couldn't sleep, and the room lacked any services mentioned in its advertisment.
I have been to London with my grilfriend in december 2003. We stayed at the Crestfield Hotel for two nights. The location is absolutely perfect. The underground station King's Cross is just a 1 minute walk away but anyhow there is absolutely no noise in the small side road of the Hotel. It should be mentioned that King's Cross is the best tube station to quickly explore London, as at no other station that many tube lines stop (when I counted correctly, 6 of the 10 London Tube lines stop there!). The staff was very friendly, the check in and the check out were done in one minute, everything was totally uncomplicated. The rooms are conventionally arranged and clean, the TV is okay and tea was provided. The breakfast was a usual simple meal with toast and jam, and several cereals, with it juice and tea (/coffee? - we always ordered tea!). We booked the hotel at StaTravel.
Great Value, Clean, Excellent Location!
I was so impressed with how clean my room was, and how nice the decor was, for the money spent! And the location was terrific, with Kings Cross Train station about a minute's walk away. If you are coming to London, and you choose to stay at the Crestfield, rest assured that you will not be disappointed!
Nice, clean and cheap
I spent ten days in Crestfield hotel this autumn. Before my trip to London, I have spent several weeks searching nice, clean and cheap hotel in the centre of the town and this is the only one I liked. Our room was clean, not very big but that is something I didn't expect. Our bathrrom was small, but very clean. TV was ok, and everything in the room was in excellent state. Room was very much like that one in the picture on their site. Breakfast was ok - not large or something but ok. We had cereals, toast, bread and butter, tea, coffe, juice and fruit salad and you could eat as much as you wanted. The best thing about this hotel was the fact that subway was not even 100 metres away from the hotel and that is probably the most important thing when you're in London.
Went to London to meet up with some friends and we booked at the Crestfield hotel. The website told us that it was near to King's Cross tube station, and we thought it would be a 5 minutes walk. Turned out that the hotel was on the street right across the station, which was really awesome!