Abbotts Park Hotel

Address: 688-690 High Road Leyton, London, England, E10 6JP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 688-690 High Road Leyton, London, is near London Tube, Victoria Park, Hackney Empire, and Walthamstow Market.
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A time to catch up on blogs *didn't use it

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jun 27, 2015

... line-height: 25.5599994659424px;">We got hot face washers, and they were indeed that. Hot. Like really bloody hot.
And then we sat for a while in a queue, I tried one last time to unblock my nose with my nasel spray and surely overdosed on it. Two sprays twice a day...Pfft.
6 sprays all at once...
And then we were off, a flight ...

Chapter Two - Meeting Queenie ( sort of)

A travel blog entry by william.taffs on Jun 13, 2015

1 comment, 22 photos

... through the New Zealand embassy meaning that they will be able to see the marching and inspection. Sue and I will be among the adoring crowd, jet lagged and (to be honest) bloody lost.

We take the bus in and get off about a kilometer away from the parade ground. After only a few moments in London my head is swimming already. Nelson's Column is on the left and a few hundred meters away is another landmark which was equally impressive but that I have forgotten ...

Pip Pip, Cheerio! See you in London.

A travel blog entry by kngrayson on May 14, 2015

32 photos

... that I was able to be in the same place that it took place in. Also, many famous authors and poets throughout history have been dedicated in the Abbey, like Geoffrey Chaucer, who wrote The Canterbury Tales (which Andy and I both read in high school).

Next on the list was Big Ben - it was only a two-minute walk from the Abbey. Andy tried to look ahead of time to see if we were able to take any kind of tour of Big Ben, but the tours are only available to United ...

The sceptre makes it to London

A travel blog entry by bvrlymm on Apr 15, 2015

5 comments, 36 photos

... reward for our efforts. And it was some effort! Sitting in safari trucks for 2 months did not exactly prepare us aerobically.

As I always do when I am in a church or cathedral, I light a candle and say a prayer. Although not a religious person in the strictest sense, I do this because of my sister Judy, who is very spiritual, and who I know would appreciate the gesture.

As I am completing the candle lighting ritual, I think about ...

Getting 'er Done

A travel blog entry by rachaelb12 on Mar 06, 2015

14 photos

... crazy day of walking awaited us today. We went to the Tower of London, getting there by 11:30am, where I was lucky enough to meet up with two friends that are also studying on exchange! Quick tip about Tower of London: go early. There is so much to do and we ended up staying for 3 hours at least, which meant we did not get out by 2:30pm. It takes a good chunk out of your day, but is also a huge must see in London! The tours are great and one should definitely start with that ...

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