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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So the tour itself was interesting, in that the guide was an ‘interesting character’ but I must say I was probably a bit disappointed. I’m not really sure what I was expecting but I was just left feeling pretty flat - it certainly didn’t help doing it in summer either, as it was hard to imagine the atmosphere of the time whilst walking around in bright daylight. Anyway, it was a great catch up with Eryn ...
... You are required to fix a budget before selecting the appropriate travel hotspot. By discussing the amount of money you are willing to spend on your vacation with the agent, he can understand and accordingly suggest you with proper ideas. Money and time are the two essentials of your life and only a perfect travel operator can understand and offer you with the value of the both.
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... streets over we visited a fruit stand and bought some plum’s, Banana’s, Apples and Mandarins for a great price! Then after hunting down a few exchange places for the best rate I converted most of my remaining pounds into Euro’s. Our preparations done I then went out and got some Chinese for dinner from the restaurant beside the hotel. I then walked in on a beautifully decorated restaurant and got ...
... wife by the Rosetta Stone. I wasn't even IN his way.We went on to see the Elgin Marbles. This was interesting because we had been to the Parthenon in Athens and we could now see what the original pediments looked like. We continued on with the Top 10, seeing, a figure from Easter Island, an Aztec Turquoise mosaic serpent,a gilded bronze figure of Tara ( a Buddhist goddess --I wasn't all that impressed) and the mummies. (there is even a mummified cat!) ...
Alrighty chums, time for what will probably be my penultimate post for this trip as it's Wednesday night and I've only got Thursday and Friday left! Two days and two sleeps and I'll be on the plane again! I have no idea where the time has gone, and I can't quite believe it's been a month already, but there you go. I'm trying not to dwell on the fact that this time next week I'll be back at work, and with all these distractions, it's not hard. I'm sitting in Kensington gardens right now, ...