Church Street Hotel

29-33 Camberwell Church Street, London, SE5 8TR, United Kingdom
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Christmas Heathrow taxi share??

by bambinis2007

Need to catch a flight on Christmas night...does anyone know of a car trip sharing site I could use to split the cost of taxi transport?

Heathrow Express is running but would still have the problem of getting to Paddington!

I find it hard to believe there are no public transport running at all...i know it is Christmas day but seriously it's 2010 and this is London!?!


Re: Christmas Heathrow taxi share??

by Dabs

Why not take a taxi to Paddington and then the Heathrow Express? I saw a post the other day that the HEX was only £5 on their website

Or you might use a car service, the last time I was in London I used Simply Airports and it was quite a bit less than a taxi

Re: Christmas Heathrow taxi share??

by leics

There has been no public transport in the UK on 25th for many years now. That is the way it is. We make arrangements to deal with it, or change our plans accordingly.

I don't know of any taxi-sharing sites, sorry.

Book a minicab in advance to Paddington (don't leave it until 25th, as taxis and minicabs are hugely busy on that day), and then take the Heathrow Express bus replacement service to the airport:

Pre-booked minicabs are cheaper than black taxis.

Re: Christmas Heathrow taxi share??

by puerto_lover

Re: Christmas Heathrow taxi share??

by davesut

T^o add to Christmas cheer taxi fares are likely to be subject to a Christmas Day surcharge, 50% on this site

Travel Tips for London


by audreyrose

England is a very expensive island. London is the most expensive. Whatever you plan to take with you as spending money, multiply it by 3. Restaurants are unbelievably expensive unless they are fish and chip shops - small cafes which serve fried foods. Most foods are fried. If you eat in a Pub your food will be better but very expensive. Picnics are a great idea and you can get an excellent selection of food in local supermarket. Best location to stay in London...Knightsbridge (if you can find something near Harrods). Worst locations... East End and South East London. Underground trains provide excellent transportation all over London and extend out as far as Kew Gardens which is beautiful. Kensington Gardens in Central London is good. If cost is not a concern, stay in hotels on Park Lane near shopping and entertainments. If you want to meet REAL cockneys, go on Sundays to The Lane in Whitechapel where the enormous flea market is but forget bargains. You may get lucky and see the Pearly King and Queen. You cant mistake them. Some of the best Jewish delis are here.
Because London is a very large city it is not wise to rent a car - no where to park it anyway. Cost of gas/petrol very expensive. Better to take taxis - also expensive but plentiful.
Many immigrants have now settled in London so important to secure money and passport INSIDE your clothing. Back pockets and purses are an open invitation to pickpockets!
Do not expect England to be disabled friendly. They have not caught up to U.S. in this regard and many areas have cobbled streets, lots of steps with no railings, and cars do not always stop at pedestrian crossings, so be careful! Oh yes, and look LEFT when crossing street. My fondest memory of London is eating the finest cod in the world and enjoying the beautiful gardens. May is best time to visit.

Notting Hill Carnival

by gema

Always at the end of August a whole weekend is been hold: The Notting Hill Carnival
Everybody is on the street, dancing, singing, laughing, eating...

Beware, if it´s really hot!

I 1st wanted to add this info under 'Off The Beaten' topic, but as you can see from the pic, it would be a lie...

If you are a first time...

by mjmarble

If you are a first time visitor to London, I'd highly recomend taking one of the double decker bus tours. While it may seem cheesy and touristy, it is an excellent way to get an overall sense of the city, plus mark off major sights you'd like to come back to. Plus, the tour we took allowed us to buy tickets to the Tower of London on the bus and skip the lines at the gate (plus I believe it was at a discount). Taking the bus tour was great. We had litterally just gotten off the plane with just enough time to check into the hostel and grab a bite to eat. Even as weary, exhausted, jet lagged travelers we found the guide funny and informative. Sit in the top if possible, but remember to dress appropriately.

Admiralty Arch

by iandsmith

Sir Aston Webb created Admiralty Arch, situated at the entrance to The Mall and across from Trafalgar Square. The structure was completed in 1910. The facade reads:
There's also a site that says the arch was designed by Webb in 1911. Bit of a tough ask I would have thought. This impressive building, with its triple arch, formed part of Webb's scheme to rebuild the Mall as a processional route honouring Queen Victoria. The route behind the arch goes directly to Buckingham Palace. Admiralty Arch seals the eastern end of the Mall and separates courtly London from the busy Trafalgar Square. The central gate is only opened for royal processions.

Tate Modern houses impressive...

by Tolik

Tate Modern houses impressive modern art collection in a former power station. Level 3 and Level 5 contain the permanent collection which includes works of Dali, Matisse, Monet, Picasso, and much more.


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Address: 29-33 Camberwell Church Street, London, SE5 8TR, United Kingdom