Ifor Evans Hall

109 Camden Road, London, England, NW1 9HZ, United Kingdom | Hotel

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Pies & new shoes in London

A travel blog entry by shavorjn


Hello London! Heathrow - wow! What a hectic airport, after taking around 40mins to get through immigration we then got pulled up for a bag search.... Nooo all that neatly packed luggage! We met our chauffer and were headed to our accommodation... Now the hotels in London are either reasonably priced and terrible or terribly priced and reasonable. So after a recommendation from a friend we decided to take the plunge and book through Airbnb - basically ...

Out on the town - London

A travel blog entry by rubymwhittaker


... heavier and heavier until we had been waiting got 45 minutes and were told that it was cancelled. There were thousands of people there to see it and we all had to just go our own ways. We caught a red double decker bus towards town and then hopped off for some lunch. By then I had to get Ruby home because she had blurred vision from the headache. She slept for a few hours while I went to the local youth hostel and did a load of washing – cost 6! The first half of ...

Two Years On

A travel blog entry by janetkerrigan


... in London – little Jack, and Nikki moving over for the start of her great European adventure. How lucky we are - to be able to spend time with so many wonderful friends from home in London!

Then we had a long awaited visit from Niall and Kathryn – introduced Kathryn to the other Katherine and spent some great quality time together. Then we got to quickly catch up with Kye and Fred while they were in London.

Finally, Kevin and Jackie made their long ...

Day Nine

A travel blog entry by cmorley


Okay, so for my second to last day I decided to take it easy so I can do the Tower of London tomorrow. I went and explored the white chapel area where Jack the Ripper's victims were found. Well, the five confirmed victims. It was interesting to walk the streets that the victims walked, albeit the modernized streets. Now if you plan to do this tour by yourself like I did, don't expect any landmarks or plaques telling ...


A travel blog entry by jankicontractor


... stood like statues while time passed away. Tired as we were, we sat on the plaza having some biscuits figuring out our next destination. We later made our way towards Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament. As we walked through the various lanes we ended up into a large junction surrounded by moments on all sides. The scale was grand, almost making one feel like an ant. Right on one end stood the massive structure of the Westminster Abbey. I stood there gazing at ...


This hotel, located in the Northwest/Regent Park area of London, is near Camden Town, St. Pancras Station, Emirates Stadium, and Hackney City Farm.
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