Journeys London Greenwich West Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJourneys London Greenwich West Hostel
The people there were great. Had an interesting choice for breakfast that included toast and some spreads, a few different types of cereal and tea and coffee.
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... were used by Dutch and Flemish weavers for many years to create huge wall hangings. There are a lot of the decorative arts displayed there and it's a museum about some popular culture as well. For instance they were opening a new exhibit by McCarthy who is a famous shoe designer and the name of the display or exhibition was Pain and Pleasure.The theme was that there is considerable pain in women's shoes in the search for high-fashion.
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... to stay along with the parents in the parents’ room. This makes it suitable for the family accommodation who does not wish to overspend on the booking of the rooms. The hotel offers breakfast and the hotel restaurant is known to serve some of the most delectable dishes. The bar stores the best of wines and other liquors and one can enjoy some great cocktails in the evening. As a note of caution, it ...
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