Premier West Hotel

28 - 34 Glenthorne Rd, London, England, W6 0LS, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Coppetts area of London, is near London Walks, Glyndebourne, Alexandra Palace Ice Rink, and Alexandra Palace.
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    Travel Blogs from London

    Going "Up North for a While"

    A travel blog entry by lorrog on Jul 20, 2014

    2 comments, 33 photos

    ... your passport & utility bill is their insurance companies polices, it seems they put aside for every accident 24000 just to cover personal injuries as they have no ACC here in the UK, so this is a big risk and they want to cut down on bad drivers or moonlighters, this coupled with the high possibility of theft. A stolen vehicle can be fitted with new plates within hours and be in Poland within days. Caught the tube into London and then walked up Brompton Road to Harrods, ...

    Monday June 30th London to Frankfurt

    A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on Jun 30, 2014


    ... let you travel with an animal as cabin baggage. On other airlines they travelled in the hold. Zita was a great traveller and slept the whole flight. He had a 40 minute wait before flying on to Hamburg.
    Once we were boarded and the plane started taxiing we found out why the one hour flying tine flight is a one hour 40 flight. - the queue for the runway. No wonder both Heathrow and Gatwick want to build an extra runway.
    Anyway we arrived ...

    10 Years Later

    A travel blog entry by vclench on Mar 08, 2014

    5 comments, 1 photo

    ... a care in the world and wasn't shy around the stranger who had returned.

    When I went travelling 10 years ago I don't remember the planning or organisation that was involved. The passage of time makes it feel like it simply involved a one way ticket to Australia, a dear friend of my parents opening up her home for me to stay while I found my feet and boxing a few belongings to store in various family member's attics. ...

    London, London, LONDON

    A travel blog entry by ill-made-blog on Nov 26, 2013

    14 photos

    ... truly a dream come true. I would go again if I ever had the chance. I could go everyday and never get bored honestly. At the end of the production I bought a book and a rose. Then we went to another pub and had McDonalds for dinner (the only thing open).

    Friday was Doctor Who day. Jacob and I went to Excel London for the official 50th Anniversary convention. We even dressed up a bit, Jacob wore his tweed jacket and a bow tie and I wore my Tardis dress ...

    Art and rubbing elbows with innovators...

    A travel blog entry by angelahelmer on Aug 30, 2013

    6 photos

    ... figured into the prices at the stores, so what you see is what you pay. The cost of public transportation (the underground tube) is fairly cheap, comparable to San Francisco, and was much easier to navigate than the metro in New York.

    I saw a wide variety of foods and had an excellent calzone at an Italian place, not to mention the Mexican place Wahaca that was amazing. So the rumors of bad food in London are old news.