Broadway Lodge Bed & Breakfast

41 The Broadway, Tolworth, Surbiton, London, KT6 7DJ, United Kingdom
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how to get there?

by asif.xtc

HI ,
am planning to travel to london from bristol by nat exp coach. How do I get to Kingston upon thames from victoria coach station?
Thanks in advance
Axx

Re: how to get there?

by leics

Have a look at

http://www.tfl.gov.uk/modalpages/2688.aspx

for info on Victoria (train station, obviously) to Kingston via overground train services.

Re: how to get there?

by handfordr

Don't go to Victoria Coach Station.
Get off the bus at Heathrow Airport.
From the bus station here the red 285 bus goes to Kingston every 10 minutes

Re: how to get there?

by asif.xtc

Thanks!
A clarification please...does the national express coach from bristol to Vic station go via heathrow ?

Re: how to get there?

by asif.xtc

Thanks!
A clarification please...does the national express coach from bristol to Vic station go via heathrow

at which terminal of Heathrow should i get off ?

Re: how to get there?

by leics

Go to www.nationalexpress.com

Search for Bristol and Heathrow (all terminals). Book that ticket.

I don't think all coaches from Bristol will go via Heathrow, though I may be wrong. It is better to search for the correct route.

Get off at Heathrow Central Bus Station (Heathrow CBS). That's where the other bus will go from.

Re: how to get there?

by asif.xtc

Thanks Leics and vt'ers awesome.
Glad i found this site and shall post often .
Now how do I get to Gatwick from Kingston upon thames?
I got me a nat exp ticket from bristol to Heathrow CBS and the will take the 285, but part two of odyssey is left...
Thanks in advance
Axx

Re: how to get there?

by Britannia2

Stopping train to London Waterloo that will stop at Clapham Junction. Change there to a Brighton line train that stops at Gatwick.

Re: how to get there?

by leics

www.nationalrail.co.uk will give you times, details and fares for this leg (or any, actually).

Travel Tips for Kingston upon Thames

Sales

by Jenniflower

The sales this time of year are really good... generally!

If you shop around a bit, you can find some really great bargains! Many people use this time to do next year's Christmas shopping!

The retailers are trying to get rid of the excess Christmas stock and bring in the New Year stock, so prices are good.

Be wary though still, as sometimes they say it has been marked down from X and is now Y, but was actually always Y...

Child friendly?

by Jenniflower

Kingston is generally very buggy/pram friendly on the sidewalks.

The roads arent too cobble-stoney (not as bad as in Rome for instance), and there is good wheelchair access, so good buggy/pram access too.

However, not many of their restaurant facilities have a baby changing area, which is difficult for parents of children still in nappies!

Charter Quay

by Jenniflower

This is the waterfront area of Kingston. I always have called it this, even though it isn't an actual waterfront per say.

It is officially called the Charter Quay.

There are a variety of restaurants and wine bars, commercial and residential premises here too.

Here one can take one's boat out for the day and enjoy some sailing.. or canoeing in our case.

There are walkways over the river canal here, it is picturesque and worth visiting. Lovely!

Kingston Bridge

by Jenniflower

Clean lines, pale stone.. this is a similar style bridge to Richmond Bridge!!!

It's a pretty bridge, solid and sturdy, an architectural success, which handles a lot of traffic on a daily basis!

Architect and designer, Edward Lapidge, built it in 1825.

Prior to this stone bridge, there was a wooden bridge erected here. According to rumour, when Roman Emperor Julius Caesar visited England he crossed the Thames at this point of the Thames River.

Whether this is a true tale or a mere rumour, is anyone's guess.

The bridge's address is:
Thames Road, Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey KT1 13R

Shop till you drop!

by Jenniflower

This is the chief reason I, and many others, come to Kingston.

There are tons of shops of all shapes, sizes, wallets and tastes, all within a short walk form eachother.

Plus what I like about Kingston is there is a good mix of the old and the new!!

There is the lovely modern Bentals Mall, and then older style shops on the high street and in the market place.

There are also a decent amount of coffee shops and restaurants to rest your weary legs after a few hours of successful shopping!

I am not a huge shopper, and seldom enjoy it to be honest, but here I get what I need, always.

Word of warning though: Weekends are MANIC, there are far too many people here... I would recommend either going during the week to shop, or very early on a weekend. Crowds usually arrive around 11am...

Enjoy!

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