European Hotel

11-15 Argyle Square, London, England, WC1H 8AS, United Kingdom | 1 star hotel
Prices starting from $132.00

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Eye on London

A travel blog entry by johnjeed


... drums. Trafalgar square was being renovated so it was not possible to get close to the Lions guarding Nelsons Column. We bought sandwiches and then headed toward Paddington station on the Bakerloo line. We then walked from Paddington station back past the hotel crossing the road to Hyde Park where we all ate our sandwiches in the late afternoon sunshine. It was fairly late in day by then. ...

Arrival to London, Jack the Ripper, HARRY POTTER..

A travel blog entry by morada2007

... s dorm room (I don't really think that, but I'm a Slytherin so....)

Of course, we saw Big Ben and took a trip on the Eye. Got a nice view of the impending storm!!

Anyway, pictures to come eventually when my internet connection isn't as dodgy and my power to my computer isn't draining. (Don't have the converter with me at the moment).


Ins: Jessie and Pilko, Outs: Mark and Debs,

A travel blog entry by nickandjulie


... Friday night we decided it was time to 'Aussie up’ 385 Durnsford. AJ keeps making us this South African meat stuff which is like marinated in juice and drained in a mini-oven for days so it hardens up. We’ve had a go and it’s just nasty and salty. And really hard to chew. After a heated argument about who had the better food, Coops and I made chicken parmas for all. I heard no complaints. First parma I have had since home. I’m not ...

Day 17: The One With Jude Law

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv


... worth more than the 13 we paid to get in. It's always wonderful to watch a Shakespeare play, but seeing it in England, with an English cast, in an English theatre, wearing period-appropriate English costumes (not some contrived "reimagining" of the play set in...oh, I don't know...Alberta during the Great Depression or something!)...that is an experience I will never forget!

The play done, we made our way back to the Tube station, this time to Leicester ...

Continuing with Classes

A travel blog entry by kleina39

... br> After classes, a few friends and I headed to late hours at the National Portrait Gallery. I think it is another one of my favorite destinations in London so far. I have to go back because a large part of it was closed for a private party but what I did see was so cool! It's a who's who of British history and it was really fun to go around and seek out all the famous Brits I know, and some I really appreciate! No pictures are allowed, but here's ...

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This 1 star hotel, located in the Mayfair/Soho/West End area of London, is near British Library, Regent's Canal, Foundling Museum, and Gray's Inn.
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