Ibis Styles London Leyton

543 & 586 Lea Bridge Road , London, England, E10 7EB, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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Day 9 - The One With the Fireworks

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv


... skills. At one point, we stopped near the old Scotland Yard; it had just started to rain, so we took shelter against the side of a building and in the recess of a doorway. Within minutes, before he was able to even get into his story (about a run-in between Dickens' mistress and a couple of green coppers) a uniformed officer appeared in the doorway to ask us to step away from the fire exit we were blocking. Without a missing a beat, the tour guide ...


A travel blog entry by jankicontractor


... when compared to the other bridges. The riverbanks at this end are filled with activities - local performers fill the air with music and people chatting in groups and walking. The tall modern buildings on the other side of the river form the skyline of London. The view is breathtaking, beautifully lit in the cold winter evening. We walk past the St Paul’s Cathedral on the other side, to reach home, again passing by the Christmas lit Street. The night ended with a ...

London: Windsor Castle and Hampton Court

A travel blog entry by rknepper


... to be William Talman. The plan was for a vast palace constructed around two courtyards at right angles to each other. Wren's design for a domed palace bore resemblances to the work of Jules Hardouin Mansart and Louis Le Vau, both architects employed by Louis XIV at Versailles. It has been suggested, though, that the plans were abandoned because the resemblance to Versailles was too subtle and not strong enough; at this time, it was impossible for any sovereign to visualise a palace ...

These shoes were made for walkin'...

A travel blog entry by zaynard


... partridge with a lemon infused chicken and black truffle ******, morel hash, pureed carrots, samphire, watercress and ransoms." We never got around to asking about the term ****** on the menu, or ransoms for that matter. But, upon receiving the dish, we noted that a ****** is a kind of free-form sausage, like a crepinette (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/******_(fo od)). Just now, in trying to figure out what ransoms are, I found out that this was a typo on the menu, and ...

Zen and the Art of Checked Baggage

A travel blog entry by mjc63


... watch. We changed into our heavier shoes, shoved more into our backpacks, stuffed our pockets with anything that would fit and was deemed "heavy", all the while going back and forth to the scales to check on our weight. I ended up at 15.4kgs, and Fiona at 16.5kgs. We finally got to the official check-in and our bags passed through unchallenged, what a relief. Fiona insisted we had noting to worry about all along. The next issue was at customs. It appears my ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Lea Bridge Road area of London, is near London Tube, Walthamstow Market, Victoria Park, and Spencer House.
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