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TravelPod Member ReviewsLindal Hotel Harrow
Not only was the room a box with an awful TV and no conveniences to think of, but the receptionist was awful - I was ringing the bell for a solid 5 minutes before he wandered in from another room to let me in. The place was dirty, there was no extension cord so everything, including the kettle, had to sit on the floor, and there was no space to move. There were even someone else's clothes in the wardrobe!
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... ever. They are so inclusive and kind. I hope to stay in touch with them. :)
I have also had much fun going on walks with my housemate Raluca. We walk everywhere. I have seen the beauties of England this way and it can be beautiful, despite the horrendous weather. I have walked past the most exquisite tudor houses, churches, greenery, rose gardens and paths. One of my friend's once said to me that London is just full of brick buildings and it is but they are ...
... restaurants bursting open today, many had stalls on in the street, there were pork buns, noodles, Chinese waffles (these looked so cool!) and many other drinks and food.
After my dumplings I sampled these fish shaped sweet cook dough items, that had some kind of custard (I suspected uncooked dough, but this may have been on purpose as it tasted like custard) on the inside. They were very yummy.
Many of the surrounding streets were closed down for the ...
... food and immediately impressed upon our waiter the importance of getting some cocktails in our hands stat to keep their glasses of rosé company. So pretty much as soon as we sat down the housemade breads, beef carpaccio, green salad, and other delicious items started to arrive and we dug in. Our cold adult beverages arrived shortly thereafter and we used them to cheers to our safe arrival and time together and to wash down the the grilled octopus, ...
... the Monument, over Southwark Bridge, then back over Blackfriars Bridge, on the other side of Billingsgate Fish Market, to Westminster Pier, passed the Horse Guard, which had gone to bed :(, passed Trafalgar Square and back to Leicester Square. We had managed to go over and under all of the bridges across the Thames in the city centre. It was now 6 ish and we stopped for tea on our walk back to the apartments to pack ready to leave in the ...
A couple of days ago, I discovered fringe theatre here in London. We have something like this in Houston: a smattering of small, independent theatres that are avant-garde and definitely worth the often low, low ticket price. Sometimes, these productions are better than anything mainstream. They take risks, and you leave feeling like you were immersed in another world, a world that ...