Travelodge London Barking

Address: Pianoworks, 4 Arboretum Place, London, England, IG11 7RX, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Eastbury area of London, is near Abbey Road, William Morris Gallery, Causey Arch, and Clarks.
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    ... to believe that I could have easily made this trip on my own-- without a tour guide and a crowd of mono-cultural, trend-obsessed people to hold me back. I would have been perfectly happy to tackle all of these things on my own.

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