Palms Hotel

Address: Southend Arterial Road, Hornchurch, Essex, England, RM113UJ, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Southend Arterial Road, Hornchurch, is near The Movieum, Broadgate Ice Rink, Thorntons, and Mysteries.
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      Travel Blogs from Hornchurch

      First Week in London

      A travel blog entry by kateburch on Jun 24, 2014

      3 photos

      ... place for a little while, and she had also planned a action packed first week for me :)

      Started off by doing A LOT of walking, down canals, around parks (namely Regent Park and Primrose Hill), in London (seeing South Bank, London Bridge/tower, Big Ben, London eye etc), and meeting a bunch of Em's friends. After the first 2 days I felt as though I was starting to become a local (ha! Never!) and my feet were not happy with the blistered I had given them.

      Em had organised ...

      London - you good thing you!

      A travel blog entry by gina.ramsay.94 on Mar 25, 2014

      87 photos

      ... commuters probably just trying to get home from work. After spending over 30 minutes at Abbey Road, we got the tube back to Paddington, changed quickly and went to find a pub to have dinner. Well, it was a football night, so trying to find a pub that wasn't packed was nigh on impossible. We come across a pub with the rudest man in the world, so we scuttled to the tube.....again! We ended up at Chinatown and in a restaurant called Fook Lam Moon and had ...

      Landmarks visited in London

      A travel blog entry by thetigerlemon on Feb 17, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... of London and I had a great time visiting it. I had a lot of fun playing with the different types of machines over there. I "learned" a lot in the Science Museum.

      Tower of London:
      This castle like building is wonderful! I had so much fun I explored and excavated every nook and every corner. I learned a great bunch about this landmark in particular.


      Tate Modern and Tate Britain:
      I liked this landmark because it is fun and it was ...

      There Is Only ONE Harrod's

      A travel blog entry by kristenrenee on Sep 12, 2013

      4 comments, 17 photos

      ... old. These relics are hundreds, if not thousands of years old, and look like the paint is still wet. It made me sad to see the sculptures that were damaged purposely because of some religious disagreement or other malicious intent.

      While I could have strolled around there for hours on end, it was close to 3:30 so I left and continued down Cromwell until it turned into Brompton Road and was pleased to see Victoria heading towards me from the opposite direction. We ...

      Day 7 - Deb Huck's 50th

      A travel blog entry by shatilew on Jul 17, 2013

      Left Ellen's for London city arriving about 1.30. Had a look at shops near hotel then trained to Coventry Gardens with Julia, Katherine and Di. Back to hotel for quick change and Julia, Keryn and I ate at a pub on way to the Prince of Teck where we met up with the other Tassies for Deb Huck's 50th. It was so good to see them all and we had a fantastic night!!! Ellen and ...