Adria Hotel

44 Glenthorne Road, London, W6 0LS, United Kingdom
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30
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Best place to shop for winter-spring apparel in South Kensington

by teen24

Hey guys, I'll be coming to London around the 16 of March and I'm not sure how cold it would be there then. I'll be staying in South Kensington so any advice on what kind of clothes and where I can get them?

Re: Best place to shop for winter-spring apparel in South Kensington

by leics

None of us in the UK are sure how cold it will be tomorrow, let alone in a week or so's time! UK weather is just not predictable.

You can get a very rough idea from long-range forecasts such as:

http://www.wunderground.com/global/stations/03772.html

and a slightly better idea nearer the time from the BBC weather site:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/weather/forecast/8

Layers are always, always best because the weather can vary within a day as well as from day to day, and interiors (shops/museums etc) are often much warmer than outside.

So a t-shirt under a shirt under a sweater with a jacket (preferably waterproof) is good. You'll definitely need outerwear for rain (umbrellas are ok, but are a nuisance in crowds and useless if it is windy).

Hat, scarf and gloves will probably still be useful when you arrive if only in the evenings (hopefully).

Footwear for wet weather too...sports shoes (we call them trainers in the UK)are ok if they have a reasonably-thick sole (keeps out the cold and lifts you up a bit from the wet pavements).

You'll be able to get clothes of all types and costs all over the place.....but exactly where depends on your personal taste. Primark is a very cheap clothes shop (although it is criticised for the rates it pays its workers abroad so that it can sell cheap clothes here). Or there is Marks and Spencers, Next, Topshop, Selfridges, Debenhams.....the list is almost endless. Oxford Street has branches of all the major chains:

http://www.londonnet.co.uk/ln/guide/about/shoppingoxfst.html

If you put 'clothes shops south kensington' into google you'll get loads of sites.

Re: Best place to shop for winter-spring apparel in South Kensington

by robine

Marks and Spencers, with branches everywhere, always offers a good combination of reasonable quality and value.

Travel Tips for London

Half price tickets for West End Shows

by Colmh

Even though the TKTS booth on Leicester Square is the official booth for half-price tickets on the same day of performance, this isn't where the cheapest tickets can be found. Shop around at other booths in and around Leicester Square and also Piccadilly Circus and you should find better deals.

London Tip

by Babybeary

I find this stand-alone toilet very cute. : ) You don't get to see such things in Singapore. You just need to put the coins into the slots and you can use it for a time period. If I am correct, the toilet door will open automatically after a fix period of time. So don't stay too long. :p When I was in New Zealand, it happened to a guy and he was forcing to close the door and was scolding away at the same time.

British Museum

by pili

Founded in 1753, it's the oldest museum in the world. It´s impossible to visit the whole place in a day. The best way is to choose a collection or exhibition that interest you and visit them. The highlights are: the Rosetta Stone, in the Egyptian Room, whose discovery led to the deciphering of hieroglyphics; the Elgin Marbles, a series of pediments, metopes, and friezes from the Parthenon in Athens, in the Duveen Gallery; the legendary Black Obelisk, dating from around 860 B.C., in the Nimrud Gallery and the contents of Egyptian royal tombs (including mummies).- The egyptian is one of the most important and impressive gallery in this museum.-
The entrance is FREE
www.britishmuseum.ac.uk

Fundado en el año 1753, es el museo más antiguo del mundo. Es enorme y por lo tanto, imposible visitarlo completamente en un día. La mejor manera de hacerlo, a mi criterio, es eligiendo las colecciones o las exhibiciones que les interese y recorrer sólo las elegidas. Las mayores atracciones son: La Piedra Rosetta, en la Sala Egipcia, mediante la cuál se logró descifrar los jeroglíficos egipcios; los mármoles Elgin, una serie de relieves del Partenón de Atenas, en la Sala Griega; el legendario Obelisco Negro, que data del año 860 B.C., en la Galería Nimrud y el contenido de las tumbas reales egipcias (incluyendo las momias).- La Sala Egipcia es una de las más importantes e impresionantes del museo.-
LA ENTRADA ES GRATUITA

County Hall

by kris-t

County Hall is a building in Lambeth, London, that was the headquarters of London County Council and later the Greater London Council (GLC). Today County Hall is the site of businesses and attractions, including Saatchi Gallery, Dali Universe and the London Aquarium, as well as two hotels and several restaurants. Other parts of the building have been converted into flats. The London Eye is nearby.

Construction was started in 1911 and it was opened in 1933 by King George V. The later buildings (North, South and Island blocks) were completed later, the last in 1974 The building is on the bank of the River Thames, just north of Westminster Bridge, facing west towards the City of Westminster. The nearest tube stations are Waterloo and Westminster.

Caution: ... Be Aware...I...

by thechels

Caution: ... Be Aware...I found the people to be extremely friendly. I remember my mother and I walking down the street, on more than one occassion-actually, and some kind gentlemen walking behind us, offer to carry our bags/luggage for us. At first we were a little hestitant...but they really did ....carry our bags for us..they did not run off with them...i could not believe...it was just wayy tooo friendly...I loved it!!! That's how humans ought to be...dadgummit!

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Address: 44 Glenthorne Road, London, W6 0LS, United Kingdom