Windmill Hotel

57 Cricklewood Broadway, London, England, NW2 3JX, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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First week in London

A travel blog entry by mccloskey


I cannot believe that it was only one week ago that I was boarding a plane here because I have seen and done SO much already! It is such a great feeling to know that I have truly taken advantage of every single goal is to continue that my entire time here. This experience is so different from a vacation because short trips usually involve judicious planning to try and squeeze all the popular attractions into ...

Three Weeks is a Long Time

A travel blog entry by maggiekathleen


... the outbursts of rage. It was truly a very moving performance by the entire cast. We had a great time. When we went back to the theater on the show's last night, we were hoping we would be able to get some autographs, but due to a few overzealous fans a couple weeks before the cast was advised by their body guards not to come out. From what I heard it was pretty understandable.

On January 31st, I went out with my friend Hannah. We took the tube down ...

Ice Skating at the Natural History Museum

A travel blog entry by lauren-alice


... looked at me and laughed. With only 30 seconds left, and all my great efforts at actually being able to skate I managed to fall over. Half my luck. Why, Why, Why?

Was an interesting tube ride home but what a fantastic night out to celebrate the Christmas festivities and to spend it with my amazing colleagues. It was an experience I shall never forget.


London - all I expected and more

A travel blog entry by kletheby


... to change the order of my itinerary, and move on quickly to the second item on the agenda, and return to Harrods after that. So I returned to the Tube and headed to 221B Baker Street and the Sherlock Holmes Museum.

To date, I think that this was the best museum I’ve ever seen, which I thought was an amazing conclusion, given that it celebrates a fictitious character. Even the souvenir shop had unique and interesting souvenirs. I probably ...

London Alone

A travel blog entry by cathterry


... Miss Walker has not lost her sense of humour, she's a comedienne, cracking me up. Head home with a bit of a glow on, another 1am finish. I have a feeling in going to snore tonight! Poor Vicky. Thursday morning is blue skies, but crisp. We get up early and head out for a long walk down to a kiwi cafe called Grind coffee, where I have the most interesting smoothie of avocado, spinach, ginger and other goodness - called Kakariki. Oh it's like being at home. We pass where the famous ...

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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