Habitaciones con vistas a Docklands

Address: 163 Marsh Road, Harrow, Middlesex, England, E14 9SJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 163 Marsh Road, Harrow, is near Mirehouse, Chiswick, Clapham, and Aspire National Training Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Harrow

In the Heart of London

A travel blog entry by amandacole on May 16, 2014

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... London. After finding a nice restaurant, we headed to Haymarket Street where we entered Her Magesty's Theatre to see The Phantom of the Opera. Neither of us had seen this play done before and were quite captured by it. It was an incredible experience for both of us, and Cole has been singing the songs ever since.

On Friday, we returned to the same area of London. We had a little bit of a later start to the day, but caught the Changing of the Guard ...

London

A travel blog entry by punters on Mar 13, 2014

4 comments, 6 photos

... fast Heathrow Express to Paddington Station and then a cab to Australia House (embassy). OMG it was bloody freezing and we had no access to our luggage to get warm clothes and didnt know what country our luggage was even in.

Received amazing treatment from Kylie (originally from Coffs Harbour) and her co-workers and received a replacement passport in under 4 hours. Fantastic aussie service. Whilst waiting, we grabbed some lunch and looked at some ...

London dreams

A travel blog entry by elainesj on Mar 05, 2014

1 photo

... Victoria, London Bridge, Charing Cross, Waterloo, Kings Cross, St Pancras, Liverpool Street, Stratford. So for a 7 day Travelcard you can walk up to a railway ticket office with a passport size photo of your child, buy a 7 day child Travelcard and a railway photo id will be issued on the spot. A quick word about DD and theatre: she went to the box office of ...

War of Words

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Sep 19, 2013

3 photos

... worked tirelessly throughout the war - often working from 8am to 3am. Apparently a rather grumpy boss, he was nevertheless admired by his staff, the nation and people around the world.

The museum definitely left me with a deeper understanding and appreciation of Winston Churchill.

Following my visit to the War Rooms I took a walk down the Thames en route to the Globe Theater. I ended up flitting down a random street for lunch which, it turns out, was ...

Tuesday 6 August

A travel blog entry by nashira2116 on Aug 06, 2013

7 photos

Up and off again this morning to explore London. We planned to visit Greenwich first up as Nate wanted to see the Cutty Sark and we wanted to stand with a foot either side of the Prime Meridian. There were hardly any people on the train once we left the city centre but we had to change 3 times and walked from one station to another to change the lines. London has a very complicated train system - there are around 5 or 6 different companies and they all have their own tracks and ...