London Raj Hotel

Address: 366 Essex Road, Islington, London, England, N1 3PD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 366 Essex Road, Islington, London, is near Samares Manor, Greve de Lecq, La Seigneurie, and The Avenue.
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Bus trip to Wood Green

A travel blog entry by tredders on Sep 15, 2015

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... for the War museum and Gaynor and I went off to Camden Town. We didn't even consult maps today we just asked people as we went along. We had to change trains at King Cross and we couldn't even see it on the big map but some bloke pointed it out.. Hopping out at Camden Town and it was pretty full on, markets everywhere and the shops all we walked down the street we found some street art and then we crossed the Camden ...


A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 02, 2015

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... his penultimate solo journey was to Cambodia, where he taught English for five weeks and then took time out for a week's sightseeing in Bangkok, Thailand.

For Grace it's been a quieter year in terms of travelling, taking her summer vacation with Sue in Fethiye, Turkey although she also managed to visit Spain, Germany and the Isle of Wight on school trips. I hope that Cuba will fuel her ...

St. Paul's Cathedral

A travel blog entry by elora_c on Jun 20, 2015

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... walking home.

Alex wanted to go to M&M's World, and we wanted to try pie and mash, since we missed having it at Goddard's in Greenwich. Happily, I found Mother Mash near Piccadilly Circus. We headed back up that way again, and emerged to light showers. Our first London rain. We got to the restaurant around 5:30, and were lucky it wasn't any later. They had two large parties coming in later, so only had ...

From Octopus to Oyster

A travel blog entry by theriggs on May 19, 2015

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... can take the recommended (and expensive) option of the Airport Express, but when there is a much cheaper alternative available, and you have heaps of time, why not use it? So one bus and two subway lines later, we arrived at Bayswater station from where we were lead to believe it was a ten minute walk to our next accommodation at the Caring Hotel. Well, we followed the directions but do you think we could find it? So we spent another ten minutes retracing ...

Six Minutes!

A travel blog entry by jodianddavid10 on May 12, 2015

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With six minutes to spare, we boarded our train bound for Kings Cross station in London. "Plenty of time", said Mum. We may have only had one minute to spare if it wasn't for the nice man who had us moved to one of the first (of about 20) carriages of our train to London.

We had negotiated the Paris Metro with all of our luggage and a stroller for the final time. I think Mum and Dad underestimated the time it would ...