Holiday Inn Express London - Chingford - North Circular
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we meet our taxi driver coming across the square looking for us.
Thank goodness for kind hearted Venetians!! for that I am grateful and at that point vowed to be as helpful as possible should I ever see a confused traveller in Australia.
We exchanged a lot of "thank you's" to this man and set off with the taxi driver; purchasing some new disposable gumboots on the way. We walked about 500m through water carrying & juggling baggage (damn those bricks ...
First things first. im typing this as im laying on the floor of the Stansted airport, which is my first hostel this week. this time, however, i came a bit more prepared since i slept here before- i brought a pillow and a pair of warmer pants! the ground is just as cold as i remember and they even removed most of the seats from the hall so there ...
... London's metro area is about 75% of LA's. The tube takes you out to the outskirts in all directions, including Heathrow airport, and an extremely efficient bus system takes care of the shorter distances. In fact, to my own surprise, I ended up using the buses a lot more than the tube. At just about any bus stop I used, I could take one of at least 6 buses. The route for each one was clearly mapped on an info board at the stop - something that saved me at St. ...
most ginormous circular water lily pads, the normal outdoor water lily pond and
the Mediterranean garden which had a number of olive trees but we could not see
any fruit. Apparently they have had a terrible harvest in Spain so olive
oil might be expensive this season. A highlight was the tree top walk level
with the crowns of huge oak and chestnut trees, these trees are ...
... used to power the raising of the bridge). However, most young people would probably be satisfied by just seeing the bridge while driving across it.
Westminster pier wasn't not very far away from Tower Bridge and soon I was off on the Thames Riverboat Cruise. A buffet lunch with a range of hot and cold food options was served and during the leisurely cruise down the river the ...