Newham Hotel

349 Romford Road, London, England, E7 8AA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Forest Gate South area of London, is near Abbey Road, Prince of Wales Theatre, William Morris Gallery, and Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park.
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    We made it.... The good, the bad and the ugly

    A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Sep 05, 2014

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    ... London bus. No. 24 according to Liz would take us into London. Alright let's go. Sitting up the top of the red double decker bus snaking through the narrow streets and around corners that seemed to be only small enough for a smart car not a large double decker bus. We made our way to the centre of London. "Thank you everyone this bus terminates here" " but this isn't trafalgar square" Right no bus, wrong direction" so onto another 24 bus and off ...

    The last 3 wonderful months in Central America

    A travel blog entry by dieuwerandtom on Aug 04, 2014

    ... snorkelling
    where you're tied to the back of a boat by a line and a small
    board,kitted out with your mask and snorkel. The boat starts up and you
    control the board up and down so can get a few metres deep before coming
    up for air. The only trouble was the boat goes pretty quickly and it's a
    job to keep your swimming trunks on. Instead of coral and fish, for
    about 20
    minutes the lucky Danish lad behind me got a pair of my delightfully svelte bum cheeks ...

    Day 15, London

    A travel blog entry by aheatherly on Jul 13, 2014

    14 photos

    Today was a rainy day so we decided to tackle the British Museum (despite the probable crowds) which houses the foundations of Western civilization that the Brits stole from Egypt, Greece, Italy, Asia, China and the Middle East. The museum is massive so we prioritized as follows: the Rosetta Stone, Egyptian mummies, then Ancient Greece. The Rosetta Stone is smaller than you would think considering that it has script ...

    Written under duress... (Day 122-132)

    A travel blog entry by nayanjli on Jun 28, 2014

    38 photos

    ... checked out the famous Saleron steps (see Snoop Dogg & Pharell - Beautiful video) and then headed down to the game, where we caught up with Wilson, our friend from Uni. We hadn't seen him since 2006 and he turned up to the game with a Brazilian girl he had met the night before (he had also bought 2 extra tickets off us!). Legend! Although a boring game (France v Ecuador) I loved every second of being in ...

    Reflections on London

    A travel blog entry by andyhersey on Jun 15, 2014

    As we prepare to leave London, I'll share some observations: The most surprising fact: Londoners are very friendly and outgoing. We were helped by many and without asking, when looking for directions or trying to decide which site to see. Even those at our hotel were genuinely helpful. I think they like Americans..if not, it's a great act! It's a dirty city. Cigarette butts (everyone smokes) and trash abound- in gutters and curbs and stuffed into any open space. We wondered if ...