Central Hotel

150 Barking Road, London, England, E6 3BD, United Kingdom | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 150 Barking Road, London, is near Abbey Road, Excel Centre, William Morris Gallery, and The Docklands Equestrian Centre.
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    Book your stay in boutique hotel near famous resta

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Oct 09, 2014

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    ... day. Guests can relax in the evening with assorted wine or a tipple.

    The hotel is also a perfect stay for business travelers, romantic couples as well as families. Besides the several room facilities, you can also avail the fitness centre and Club lounge. The hotel provides you with the unique opportunity to avail 10 % off if you stay for two nights.

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    Our long week of goodbyes

    A travel blog entry by reids on Sep 07, 2014

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    It's been a rather surreal experience this past week where we've had to say goodbye to so many good friends and colleagues but while living out of a hotel and still going to work.

    My first big farewell was with my peer group where we went out to not only say goodbye but also to celebrate the fact that we had finally time qualified for the ACA. After three really hard years this was such a welcome relief to finally reach the end and not ...

    An American Watching the English

    A travel blog entry by courtneyrosen on Aug 14, 2014

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    When meeting English individuals, I thought back to what my father told me growing up. He preached that an introduction is the very first impression someone has of you. I was taught when meeting someone for the first time it was only respectable to say my name and give a firm but not too tight handshake. When reading the section regarding “The No-name Rule”, I was puzzled with English culture. My brain flashed back to two encounters ...

    London and friends from down under

    A travel blog entry by kerri.hobman on Jun 25, 2014

    ... very exciting but I couldnt convince them to come closer even being prepared with nuts. then went for dinner with people from the hostel to have very english steak and ale pie, the bar here and strawberry wnd lime rekordelig on tap and for much cheaper than any bar in nz. the next day I caught up with tania from highschool who has just moved to london. we enjoyed walking around a local market, a yummy lunch and then time lying in one of londons many parks like a local. it was then ...

    Tower of London

    A travel blog entry by havingfun on Jun 19, 2014

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    ... this is where all the coins of the Empire were minted. There are 13 towers that make up the inner tower walls. One is the Bloody Tower named so for Shakespeare's play Henry the V where he refers this tower. It is also know as the bloody tower as the sons of king Edward the IV were brought here for their "protection" after their father died. They were murdered in their sleep and never seen again. Later their bodies were found buried on the grounds in ...