Travelodge Snaresbrook

Address: 73 Hollybush Hill, London, England, E11 1PE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Snaresbrook area of London, is near London Tube, Prince of Wales Theatre, Walthamstow Market, and Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park.
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      An easy Sunday

      A travel blog entry by swinbournes on Nov 02, 2014

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      ... memorial. This is a large memorial about 1/2 way along the park for Victorias husband - it is very impressive.
      Just past this is the start of the Serpentine, and the Diana fountain (which isn't actually a fountain).
      The serpentine is very large, and again filled with various birds. You can hire paddle boats to go up and down, but no-one is doing that today.
      Nearing the end of the park (Eastern), and the ...

      London - Day 6

      A travel blog entry by robynw55 on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... the Old Mayfair walk today. Interesting and I saw parts of London that I had never seen before. It is sad though that there isn't much of the old left!! After the walk I went to the Royal Academy of Art but decided that I didn't really want to see either of the 2 exhibitions so headed off home to try and miss the school run! Caught the train from Green Park to Caledonia Road to speed things up but then ...

      DAY 4: Saturday, 6 September

      A travel blog entry by calogie on Sep 06, 2014

      ... way over to the Brighton Pier to meet Noel's friends George and Ricky at 12.00pm. They were lovely. We spent the whole day with them right up until we got back tonight. They showed us the two parts of the town, Brighton on one side which is the busy touristy side and also the side where all the gay pubs and clubs are, and Hove on the other side which is a bit more upmarket and more suburb like. I really liked both halves but I especially liked the gay district which had lots ...

      The Foxes of London

      A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Aug 10, 2014

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      ... to catch a fine display of oratory. For those of you who have never been, Speakers Corner in Hyde Park was a place where free speech was traditionally allowed, and where anyone could address the public. This may not seem like a big deal today, but in 1872 when the Parks Regulation Act made this a law it was quite revolutionary. Nowadays it is mostly used for fringe politicians, religious leaders and conspiracy theorists to find an audience.

      Unfortunately, as Liam and ...


      A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Jul 07, 2014

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      ... and you can buy you tickets. But wait! The process isn't over yet!! You fill into a small sectioned off area after the turnstiles that is guarded by stewards who stop you from going further. Once there are too many people in that area they walk out with the fence to make the area bigger. You then wait until 10:25 in that area. The next step is more Stewards turn up and stand shoulder to shoulder to stop you from pushing past them. They turn and walk about 200m down a set of ...