Ibis Budget London Hounslow
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Well it has been a very busy time up to now. It was our 10 day tour of England or as Marylee counts 9 days ... yes that it the extent of our arguments these days.
Our flight was from Weeze airport with RyanAir. Once you get the hang of RyanAir it is a good way to go. I say that we got the hang of it but somehow we got in …
... travels a lot.
We have to return the car and does that without even getting lost as we follow Roelof's instructions carefully. We drove 3200 km (2000 miles) during this period.
We found the tube easily, buy a day pass at Hammersmith in zone 2 as Kevin taught us and kept to zone 1 and 2 for the day.
We promised Kevin to visit Candem town. This is his favourite spot in London and we just did ...
... The National Gallery is the second biggest. It's amazing, the art is just not even close to any other I've seen. I was really taken. The crowds are a bit much for me, too many tourists, so i walked away from the crowd for about an hour or so and walked into a pub across the street from The Bristish Museum where i had a cup of mulled wine. That stuff is like an exliur from the gods, It tasted just like warm candy, you wouldnt imagine serving wine warm, but ...
As far as sleeper trains go, last night's Caledonian was not leading the pack. The fitted sheets didn't stay fitted for too long, revealing a ripped, slippery mattress underneath that required a complete rethink of the bed linen at 3.30am. And it certainly didn't have the fine suspension of it's continental counterparts. So we lurch and roll overnight with numerous stops, eventually ...
... structural reforms needed to modernize the economy and to produce more competitive, export-driven industries. The Communist leaders, however, maintain control on political expression and have resisted outside calls to improve human rights. The country continues to experience small-scale protests from various groups - the vast majority connected to land-use issues, calls for increased political space, and the lack of equitable mechanisms for resolving disputes. Various ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
I stayed here for 3 nights during my visit to London. It is a great budget hotel. The hotel cost me only GBP 37 per night per room, very cheap with excellent service. With ISIC card, my friend and I got the breakfast for only GBP 1. It was a good start of our morning.
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