Travelodge London Euston
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Our rooms at the NH Kensington were ready and very nice too, and we unpacked some things then the girls hit a very convenient laundromat about 200 metres away and washed up all the very well worn clothes!
Enjoyed a couple of drinks along Earls Court road later, wincing at the prices, and then had some dinner.
So here we are in London - haven't got a lot planned but will wind down from the hustle and bustle of the trip before we head ...
Just like entertainment, eating and drinking never stops at the area surrounding Westbourne terrace. For those who would like to take their taste buds to an amazing journey, Westbourne is the place to be at. As far as options are concerned, the area holds quite impressive ones in terms of both quality and variety. Some of the popular ones near Westbourne terrace are: Bizzarro, Caffe Nero, ...
... STARVING. We had a little snafu with the Underground – one of the lines to our place was down, so we took a strange route back. Finally stopped at a pub in our neighborhood for dinner. We left our hotel this morning around 9 am and got back around 8:30 pm. We were pretty much on our feet all day, except for the 3 ½ hours when we were on bikes. Dot logged 23,000 steps on her Fitbit. I am beat. Of course, I GoPro’d some ...
... promise of a pint at the nearby John Snow pub.
As we approached the corner of Broadwick street, I gasped and pranced gleefully toward the pump.
Brandon: "What is she looking at?"
Rufio: "Don't worry, she'll tell you all about it..."
At that point I launched into a lecture about John Snow and the great London cholera epidemic of 1854. I could tell I was quickly losing my audience, so I abbreviated ...
... court road station.
At this station i caught the central line to St pauls. I got off here and took a few pictures of the outside of the church, then headed down the pathway to the Millennium bridge. I walked across it, walked past the globe – had a quick look here and then continued onto London bridge station. Work was still going on here to improve the station. From this station i caught the underground back to Waterloo ...