Acton Town Hotel

109-113 Gunnersbury Lane, London, W3 8HQ, United Kingdom
Acton Town Hotel
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Forum Posts

royal victoria docks to kings cross station transport

by norbellini

how do i get from the crowne plaza in the docklands to kings cross station by tube /rail

Re: royal victoria docks to kings cross station transport

by puerto_lover

Open up:
For the START put in ROYAL VICTORIA DLR STATION and for Kings X station put in
KING'S CROSS RAIL STATION then choose your date and time of travel.
best to use this planner near the time as it will show any disruption or engineering works.

Re: royal victoria docks to kings cross station transport

by oldguy472003
This website will tell you if escalators are available at the stations you are traveling through. I found that manageing luggage through the tube is a real struggle if you don't plan your route to match the lifts and escalators available.

Re: royal victoria docks to kings cross station transport

by Britannia2

Take the DLR to Bank and then change to a north bound Northern Line train to Kings Cross.

Travel Tips for London

I would have to recommend in...

by MarkJeffry

I would have to recommend in general if you think London is old, these places will surely change your mind. Take a trip to the Bluewater Shopping Center in Dartford, Kent. It would take 1 hr 30 mins but its well worth just to see what kinds of shops the malls over there have.

Secondly, you must visit Canary Wharf and the Canada Tower(LEFT Photo) that is the tallest building in Britain. It takes 20 mins to get there. It has a great shooping center so I encourage you to visit this place and highly recommend it.

Lastly, try to see a tv show at the BBC Television Center. Its a great experience with having retakes or live performances by celebrities. From everything to comedy to game shows. they have it all.

Four Seasons

by Manyana

I haven't seen such vividness in weather as much as in London,well at least compared to Jeddah, Kuala Lumpur, Bangalore in India! Although it's polluted and very cosmopolitan and sometimes disgusting because of the traffic but it has such distinctive seaons.

London is sunny bright, freaking hot in summer; Rainy and orange and christmasy in autumn; Grey and sometimes white in winter; and full of pink and green and rainbows in spring. My favourite season is definitely the autumn, where London's streets dress up their Christmas lights and trees take off their orange skirts and green bras. Awesome!

If you're coming from Saudi Arabia, you'll know what I'm talking about. The whole year is hot, sunny and flat!

London is seasonally unique and I love it. oh i found out that i am allergic to pollen, and so had hay fever too in spring,lol. well, how could i tell if i never experienced spring in its fullest pinky weather?;^)

VT Picnic!!

by Skipkoo

back row first. Cuckoo, Skipper, JigmonkeyUK, Nieldy, Carnation, Greebo, Pollon, Reeka, Nravin, Beach_Dog
middle row. Weener, Nkosikasi, Worldrider, Kodi 01, Stephanie
front row. DiscoM, Caddy, Sha, Igraine

Run to catch that bus man!

by irisbe

It is funny, in my country the busses are running quite on schedule. When they stop to let passengers in, it goes all so fast that it is not worth running for the bus: it will be gone before you crossed the street.

But here, in UK, it is all so different!
I smiled when I saw all those people running but it took me only a few days before I did just exactly the same! It is worth running because people here still pay mostly with money, only a few have a card, so it takes a lot of time at each stop before the bus can go on.

Even VT member Azer told me a little secret: he sometimes stands a bit away from the bus stop so that he can run the little distance to keep in good condition `-)


by feline01

London's streets are a confusing, hodge-podge of alleyways, streets, squares etc. Buy an A-Z (pronounced A to Zed) when you get there and carry it with you always!! Will always come in handy for finding that must-try pub or little shop. Locals who have lived in London for years even carry them so you won't stand out like a tourist.


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