Premier Inn Enfield

Innova Park - Corner of Solar Way, Enfield, Middlesex, England, EN3 7XY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Innova Park - Corner of Solar Way, Enfield, is near The Electric, 2 Willow Road, Lee Valley Regional Park, and Electric Avenue.
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    Travel Blogs from Enfield

    Fundays at Gilwell Park

    A travel blog entry by kimrobbie on Jun 22, 2014

    80 photos

    ... so they were a bit of a novelty. Em was the cub scout who had travelled the furtherest distance to attend the Fundays, so she and Rob were interviewed by the Scout Media people. They also took a couple of really nice photos. Other things Em had a go at were the 3G swing (a swing where you get pulled up really high via a rope and dropped so that you feel a 3G force as you swing down), abseiling down a rope rather than bouncing down ...

    The Final Two Days

    A travel blog entry by monroefischer on Jan 01, 2014

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... in the morning we went off to try to sleep.

    Early the next morning we were up, eating a quick breakfast, and off to Heathrow. The driver gave us a great tour of much of the important sites of London so I got the opportunity to say 'so long until next time.' Even with the trip through the city, we arrived at Heathrow half an hour before expected, so were ready and waiting for our flight. It boarded right on time, but then we had to sit in the ...

    Amazing drinks, but lackluster dinner...

    A travel blog entry by zaynard on Oct 04, 2013

    5 photos

    ... more positive thoughts later on. On to dinner. The location: The Duke of Cambridge, a cute enough little gastropub just off the main strip of bars and restaurants near Angel station. Upon walking in, we were greeted by no one, and stood by the bar looking like the lost tourists we were before finding a server to offer us a table. Strike one. The menu: standard pub fare, mostly - a burger, a soup, some salads, etc, all scrawled on a large chalkboard that Z had ...


    A travel blog entry by treegirl7 on Aug 21, 2013

    ... statues and religious artefacts, the juxtaposition of some medieval gates, an amazing statue and the bleakness of the new concrete work created a strangely peaceful space. The jewellery collection stretched back to the Egyptian period. There was also roman stuff. Some of which were really plain and some quite ostentatious. I certainly preferred the simpler ones. The jewellery from the thirties was nice. Actually the ceramics section had some lovely modern ...

    All London, baby!

    A travel blog entry by laura.hamlyn on Aug 09, 2013

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... t find it so made our way to Portobello Road instead. With its street markets and beautiful antique stores, the appeal is understandable. In saying this, my favourite part wasn't the shopping for once. Rather, it was the architecture. The houses which lined Portobello Road and its surrounding streets were a beautiful array of pastel colours.

    Our next stop that morning was the iconic London department store, Harrods. Although it's technically called a ...