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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The fish curry incident

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Sep 29, 2015

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What more excitements could the Hotel Petaluma possibly provide?
Oh! Now that's a new one. Provide a cement mixer under the window and get it to start work at about 6am. Great idea!
Well, the street cleaners and dust men (or whatever they are now called) start at about 5.30, so it will add some spice to the early morning.
And it did.

When I checked in, the nice lady with purple hair said our room was a little near the lift and she ...

London and still walking 20km a day

A travel blog entry by bondytourers on Aug 16, 2015

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It was quite a shock to reach London, getting off the train at Kings Cross into the pollution and noise of the city. We hadn't seen anything like this since Edinburgh. The tube to Aldgate was simple enough to negotiate, but there was a bit of a shock when we emerged into a somewhat seedy looking neighbourhood to find our hotel! Despite this, the Qbic hotel was very good and quite quirky, and we never had any problems walking ...

Leaving the UK

A travel blog entry by edddadams on Jun 19, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... fellow Kenyan volunteers. It was like playing Where's Wally in real life, well more like spot the person who is trying to find themselves for the second time; on a once in a life time trip. Heard that before. Often convincing myself that this particular person is definitely a fellow volunteer. Posed ready to make small talk, they would brush past chasing the gate to catch a flight to a distant location. Arrived in Amsterdam after blinking, the pilot must ...

Piccadilly circuit

A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 23, 2015

5 photos

... but it wasn't famous enough. St James' Park was appropriate but too far away. Luckily Hyde Park fulfilled both functions. We made it there and went about 3 park benches down the path, and we laid out the picnic on the bench. It was all good: a duck leg, scotch egg, a lamb bekih (or something) and some salads, and two cinnamon buns. Not the cheapest lunch we've had but memorable. A Fortnum and Mason picnic in Hyde Park. Welcome to London!

One place ...


A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on May 15, 2015

1 comment, 20 photos

... mix not to my liking but interesting.

Somerset House is a complex of buildings surrounding a courtyard that covers several city blocks. Dating from 1549, it was built as a private residence by the Earl of Somerset. Before it was finished however, the earl fell out of favor. He was executed in 1549 and Somerset House was taken over by the Crown and lived in by Elizabeth I before she became queen, among other royalty and ...

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