Travelodge Romford Central

Address: St Edwards Way, Romford, Essex, England, RM1 3AB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on St Edwards Way, Romford, is near The Movieum, Prince of Wales Theatre, Causey Arch, and Clarks.
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    Reunited at Koh Tao

    A travel blog entry by wenitta on Mar 11, 2015

    5 photos

    ... to some of the Koh Lanta friends which was pretty emotional as you get so close to some people. The rest of the time on koh Tao we used to relax on the beach and go for walks during the day and party on the beach at night. One night we just relaxed at a chill out beach bar with bean bags. Our last day we hired an open top seated taxi to take us to a few spots around the island. We went to a viewpoint where we had to hike for about 20 minutes up lots of different paths and ...

    Our first real day on our London stay

    A travel blog entry by elenaa1 on Sep 14, 2014

    8 photos

    ... say. We walked to a lovely canal. Thank you so much to David for sharing your knowledge and history of the places we saw. Kay it was just wonderful to talk and catch up on everything and have the time together! By the way Gary and I further extended our experience of the transportation system by finding our way back on a red double decker bus! We had to as the entrance to the Oxford circus line was barricaded, so we dared ourselves to find the correct bus, and we ...

    London Jewels

    A travel blog entry by jess.skellern on Jul 20, 2014

    2 comments, 64 photos

    ... the need for a prison and torture chamber for those that did wrong by the monarchy. We got to walk through the torture chambers and see a few of the methods used, include the pull and stretch (I'm sure this doesn’t need further explanation…), and the child’s pose body crusher (these are the modern day terms, created by myself J).

    The castle is made up of several large buildings, again each used for different purposes during the years. There is ...

    Day 22: Paris to London - Eurostar

    A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan on Jun 09, 2014

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... people sit in the same direction, there is only one group of four with people facing each other in the middle of each carriage TGV Bikes travel in the same carriage as you They seem to think people like sitting in groups of four, with two pairs facing each other with very little leg room - even the regional trains are like this. Unless you pay for first class. Nothing is labelled Luggage storage becomes a game of ...

    Day 4 - Hampton Court, British Library, The Eye

    A travel blog entry by bksgetaways on May 17, 2014

    20 photos

    ... like little, loud, senior citizens...I can appreciate that. We passed through Wimbledon on the way. It seems to be pretty small so I can't imagine what it's like when the matches begin each year.

    Hampton Court isn't far at all from the train station so we grabbed our tickets and headed in. A little more of the same as yesterday, but not nearly as imposing. It was constructed for Cardinal Wolsey who was very close with King Henry VIII (I am, I ...