Tria

Address: 35 - 37 St. Stephens Gardens, London, England, W2 5NA, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Green Street East area of London, is near Abbey Road, William Morris Gallery, Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, and Plashet Zoo.
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Day 1 - London

A travel blog entry by drudkin on Jan 19, 2015

1 comment

Landed a bit rough! Bright blue sky's and temperature just 1 degree Not quite last off the plain, collected bags, all in good shape, almost immediately. Got through customs without any hassle, no bag X-ray area, no inspections what so ever, very casual indeed. Found a larger than normal London cab, loaded the bags and off we went for what we anticipated to be a 30 minute ride. It turned into over 60 minutes and UK$81 later that's ...

Travel Leisure’s At Devonshire Hotel

A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Dec 18, 2014

... Surely you would not want to miss all these luxuries and would want the best of travel delights .If you enter problems like stain removal and ironing etc., the staff takes care of it. There are other luxurious facilities which ensure that you never get worked up. With tours to London proving to be great combinations of travel delights and tour pleasures, it is surprising to see that every bit of travel excitement is complete here. Take back with you a great ...

Well the day has finally arrived

A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Nov 04, 2014

16 comments, 3 photos

... look forward to taking you all along on this trip



We have a slight change of route, we wont be going to Sierra Leone, I can't see this being a major problem though

I would like to thank Natalie and all the Oasis team for pulling all this together and to thank Anne for dropping me off at the airport

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Max's UK Odyssey

A travel blog entry by mnkschultz on Oct 08, 2014

1 comment, 47 photos

... be of buildings & homes. Whole villges with the house walls come straight from either the road or the footpath, with often busy traffic flowing through continuously. How our bus driver managed some of the situations I will never know. They were beautiful & quaint, but I do not wish to trade places with them. Our guide Dominique was British through & through. He has the nicest cultured voice, spoke with both precision and distictively, and was a joy to listen to. But ...

Museums and Memorials

A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Sep 11, 2014

34 photos

... but had to settle for fossils because the dinosaur gallery was closed. A pity, because who doesn't like to look at huge dinosaur skeletons? We sat for a little while to look up on the internet the name of a whale fossils Keith wanted to see and this couple was making their own exhibition by making out on a nearby bench. Seriously, does no one have any decorum any more? He found the name and we thankfully went to inquire if they had one and went ...