Quality Hotel London-Wembley Stadium

Address: Empire Way, Wembley, Middlesex, England, HA9 0NH, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Wembley Park area of Wembley, is near Wembley Stadium Tours, Wembley Arena Pavilion, Chelsea Sports Centre, and Glide3.
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    Travel Blogs from Wembley

    Glimpses of London

    A travel blog entry by naomiriyo5423 on Jul 20, 2014

    12 photos

    ... it’s packed with excellent displays and models. It gave us insight not only into London's canal system, but also documented the city's 19th century ice trade. The museum building was built specifically for storing blocks of ice shipped over from Norway! You can see one of two huge wells that had a capacity to store 750 tons of ice.

    This inspired Carlo Gatti, an enterprising and ambitious ...

    Last day in London

    A travel blog entry by clarkefamily on Jun 15, 2014

    7 photos

    ... The Hummingbird Bakery. A friend bought me a cookbook from there and i use it all the time. So thought i should taste the original cakes/brownies etc, for research purposes of course! Needless to,say all 5 of us had something and left nothing. It is also,a very busy town. Absolutely,beautiful terrace houses with some painted different colours.

    Tomorrow we pick up a car and are going to,visit ...

    Days 5-8

    A travel blog entry by pr0zak on Apr 22, 2014

    68 photos

    ... as we were going to be heading out to Kew in the afternoon to meet up with my friends and be out near the wedding for Saturday.
    We spent the day in the Natural History Museum, which was absolutely rammed with kids. It would have been ok if they were looking at the exhibits, but they really just seemed to be wandering around and blocking all the signs for the people who were there to look at them.
    The dinosaur exhibit was obviously the most packed, but it was worth ...

    Chapter 1: Beginnings

    A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

    ... I continued to wait.

    At last, a white and shiny long distance coach turned right and up the steep incline of the station's entrance from the main road, its sharp LED lights above the driver showing a crisp '580 – London’. My heart skipped. I fumbled the A4 printout of a bar-coded ticket, and showed it to a large man dressed in a shirt that lacked the length to wrap beneath his protruding midriff and reach the waist of his loose-fitting navy ...

    Chapter 2: Crossing the Sahara

    A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

    ... reducing stacks of oranges. Spices, figs, almonds and dates were weighed and bagged. Monkeys pinched tourists’ backsides. Snake charmers tormented all with their exotically random fluting.

    But a month in Morocco was all I was ever going to allow myself. Such is the richness of attractions on offer in the 'crossroads between Africa, the Middle East and Europe’ it could hold the attention of any ADD personality for considerable lengths of time. ...

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