Forestgate Hotel

Address: 105 Godwin Road, London, England, E7 0LW, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 105 Godwin Road, London, is near Abbey Road, Prince of Wales Theatre, William Morris Gallery, and Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park.
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      M&Ms and a girl called Cath

      A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Oct 31, 2014

      ... height: 25.5599994659424px;">Today I farewelled the Bakery Kids (named as we live above a bakery) and made my way all the way to the end of the Jubilee line and two more stops to my new house in Leytonstone.
      It didn't take me long to unpack as I only have one bag, but then came the task of buying duvets, covers, sheets.
      I went into Stratford, into what I ...

      London stories

      A travel blog entry by chezoi on Aug 06, 2014

      5 comments, 14 photos

      ... by a guy wanting directions. Alarm bells went off, all my belongings were guarded closely and we walked off swiftly but he followed us while we are trying to look like we know exactly what we're doing. Saying to each other "what station was it again?" So this guy could not hear. Luckily we took the right turn, on a train and away we went. Wazzas convinced he was a lost tourists as he asked for Wimbledon. ...


      A travel blog entry by jennrdickman on Jul 30, 2014

      18 photos

      ... the Breakfast Club. There was a sort of quirk and charm that continued until a I found a little vintage flea market which seemed to fit right in off the main streets.

      What I found was that it was clear that Upper Street was more of a high street than Islington "High Street". But what was really interesting was the blend of everything, and the one off streets, how each street said something so different, but were all right next to each other.


      "You're Awfully Lovely for a Bloke"

      A travel blog entry by anord12 on Jul 19, 2014

      7 comments, 46 photos

      ... br> So far, the best thing I've learned - or truly remembered from last trip - is to not take life too seriously, as cliche as it sounds. Both trips have really taught me to feel at peace in situations that are typically uncomfortable, and to be able to laugh at myself. These situations include: wasting $80 on a phone in the US to use overseas and learning that it won't work so I have to buy a new one for $170 at London Heathrow; repeatedly pronouncing ...

      Back in London

      A travel blog entry by chezann on Jul 17, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... walked to Gabriel's Wharf  and then headed back to the hotel.    England was having its hottest day of the year, it was 31 degrees and people were really struggling to cope.   The TV announcers were constantly broadcasting how to stay safe and well hydrated but it was not an issue for any of us and we all put on our very best gear to go to "the Ritz for High Tea".   Greg had won a cooking competition earlier this year and he used ...