Windmill Hotel

57 Cricklewood Broadway, London, England, NW2 3JX, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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Welcome to the Motherland (so many HP references)

A travel blog entry by jessgurn


... that a Cornish pastry seemed like an appropriate breakfast/lunch, it was pretty delicious. I then saw York Minster, which is a big church or cathedral or whichever religious buildings I can't tell the difference. It's pretty grand looking. I then visited the Viking centre as they have discovered Viking ruins and artefacts under York. Part of it was very odd, you sit in a cart of 2 rows of 3 suspended from the ceiling and are a taking through a tour of a Viking village, smells and ...

Going towards the red coats

A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09


... a highly rated shop online. We walked there and ended up with an unfortunate stroll through the soho neighborhood. We were a bit out of place but just kept our heads down and moved on through. The gelato was completely worth it though as was the coffee afterwards. Then we made our way past Buckingham Palace and St James Park. Both were beautiful and I especially enjoyed all the beautiful cars that drive by around the area. I saw a 458 spider, merc sls amg, and a few Aston DB9s. They ...

Touch down Heathrow

A travel blog entry by meganhunt60


Before I departed Hong Kong, literally when I arrived at the airport, my nose started running like crazy. Now - full blown sinus infection head cold thing. That's the first update. Spent my first day in London at Tate Britain, which is a beautiful art gallery. My accommodation plans changed and I am now staying with the friend I am going to Finland with next week. She is currently working at the Tate Britain Press Office and I was basically waiting for her ...

First Vacation of Our Vacation

A travel blog entry by ldschaub


... walking distance there really was no need to be driving.

The city center has a large fountain in the middle and 5 or 6 streets radiating in all directions. We chose a street and started following it to find some lunch. We found ourselves near China Town, which wasn’t our first choice of food, but it was a nice walk regardless. We settled in a pub, grabbed a beer, and Logan enjoyed his first helping of fish and chips while I had a chicken ...

The family marathon and pub grub

A travel blog entry by nathanandclare


... was to get some good old English food (which arguably would be a curry, but Nath is still feeling a bit peeky and the Curry King couldn't go to a curry house and not have a blow your bum off spice feast) so we opted for a Fullers pub, which it turned out to be the first of three we would visit that weekend. Even the stale smell of pub was great for us, we ordered our pints and pie and mash, admired the budget Xmas dec'ers and waited excitedly. When it came out, ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Northwest/Regent Park area of London, is near Tricycle Theatre, Fenton House, Art 4 Fun, and London Underwriting Centre.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good