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Terravision bus-stop at Stansted airport

by Turska

Can someone tell me,is it easy to find Terravision bus to Victoria station from Stansted?We will fly with Ryanair,and arrive very late,so we´d love to catch first bus possible.We used train last time,so I don´t know where the buses are.
Terravison tickets are sold here in Finland,at the airport,so we will buy them,even if I know it´s not the only bus-company.But at the middle of the night we want to be quick,so we can get some sleep at first night also ;)

Re: Terravision bus-stop at Stansted airport

by bonio

From the arrivals hall exit follow signs for the bus station. It is below the treminal building and easy to find. Here is a link to the airport website.

http://www.stanstedairport.com/

All the best

Alan

Re: Terravision bus-stop at Stansted airport

by Turska

Thanks!Sounds easy :) I didn´t find the instructions from the stansted-site before,that´s why I asked.
We´ve been to Stansted airport much more times than we´ve been to London!But mostly we´ve been there waiting for a next flight,we have even slept there sometimes.Our neighbour-town has Ryanair airport,but they fly only to 5 places,so we have changed a flight there.
But now we are going to London.

Re: Terravision bus-stop at Stansted airport

by bonio

Enjoy!

Re: Terravision bus-stop at Stansted airport

by leics

Stansted bus station is opposite the main terminal entrance (although you'll have to go down a bit) according to the official site:

http://www.stanstedairport.com > 'To and from the airport' > Buses and coaches.

It will be well-signed, of course.

http://www.terravision.eu/london.html

says their buses go from bays 13 and 14 on the west side of the coach station.

Re: Terravision bus-stop at Stansted airport

by Turska

I must be either blind or too busy,when I didn´t see that at Terravision-page.Thanks to you (again) also! :)

Travel Tips for London

A #2 Buzz Cut Anyone?

by Seabiscuit

There's a Barbershop right across the street from the Chelsea Village Hotel. (I think the guy's name is Maurice) - (go figure). The BEST #2 Buzz-cut I've ever had, PLUS, intelligent conversation, (and a glass of Sherry didn't hurt). Gotta try it!

The Women of World War II

by Mariajoy

This monument, unveiled by the Queen on 9th July 2005 is dedicated to all the women who served in World War II. It is situated close to the Cenotaph on Whitehall.

The website details the many crucial roles women undertook throughout both world wars:

Women in Uniform

When visiting London, you...

by svillegirl

When visiting London, you absolutely must: Be a tourist! There is so much to do and see!

One of the best ways to hit the highlights is to take the 'hop on, hop off' bus. They have three 2 hour bus tours with live English commentary and they also have a 2 hour Big Language Tour with digitally recorded sights and sounds commentary in a choice of twelve languages. The price also includes a free cruise on the Thames River. The cost is 15.00 pounds. Sightseeing with two of my best friends!

A good old cuppa

by clouds111

Forget your Starbucks and your filtered coffee, nothing beats a good old cuppa 'Rosey Lee', that's tea to you and me. Every problem in the modern day world can can be solved with a simple cup of tea, many a time will you hear in times of trouble or hardship "stick the kettle on"...

First brought back to Blighty by the East India Company, by 1750 tea was Britain's national drink. Now no home in Britain would be without their tea leaves.

More Differences Across The Pond {Chapter 2}

by Elena_007

The English do not refer to their "yard" as we do in America. Any sign of greenery in an area outside one's home or cottage is known as an English garden. Most are very fond of their gardens, which can be quite elaborate and stunningly beautiful, and would probably consider it an insult if you were to say they had a lovely back yard.

In England, they tend to refer to some foods as being, "Gorgeous!" For instance, Cream Tea or Stilton cheese is "just Gorgeous"

In America, we tend to refer only to scenery or the opposite sex as "Gorgeous." I never would imagine a meal being such, until now.

Cream tea would actually be, "Gorgeous" if served on a beautiful serving tray, with a lovely tea set, perhaps hand-painted with dainty roses on the tea cups and saucers, with a matching tea pot, made of the finest bone China in England.

Normally, though, unless in a "posh" environment, it is served on everyday dinner ware, and although delicious, I wouldn't go as far as saying "Gorgeous."

It is not just simply cream in your tea. Besides, the English use milk in their tea, and perhaps cream in their coffee. They use double cream or custard on various desserts. Mmm!

Cream tea consists of tea, of course, and scones with strawberry jam served with clotted cream. (Don't let the name frighten you, it is nothing like "clotted milk, or buttermilk") It is actually quite scrumptious, and "gorgeous" if enjoyed in a lovely Beer Garden.

No, they don't grow beer in a garden. It is the outside garden area in which to enjoy your beer, or cream tea, even. Either, a pleasant experience, I can assure you.

In America, a garden is considered a small crop of fruits or vegetables, mainly, but a botanical garden is filled with flowering treasures to behold, and not eat.

Most likely, an English meal or snack could be summed up as either, "Not Bad" (meaning good), "Gorgeous", or "Not Brilliant!"

For a "Gorgeous" presentation of English Cream Tea ...
Click here

http://www.heathmagic.de/Clotted.jpg

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