Clarendon Serviced Apartments - Artillery Lane

Artillery Lane, London, E1 7LS, United Kingdom
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Getting to St. Pancras from Hotel at 4am?

by jinxxy

Whats the best way to get from Bayswater to St.Pancras for a 5:32am train to Paris?

Re: Getting to St. Pancras from Hotel at 4am?

by suvanki

Hi, This might be of use to you re tube times -late and early tube trains
http://www.tfl.gov.uk/gettingaround/1129.aspx
Though I understand trains start around 0500 -0530

Tube map - http://www.afn.org/~alplatt/tube.html


Night buses
http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tfl/gettingaround/maps/buses/default.asp?borough=night

You might be best getting a cab.
Best Wishes,
Sue

Re: Getting to St. Pancras from Hotel at 4am?

by riorich55

We had a similar time for the train last year and took the cab to St. Pancras. One quick note, when we arrived at St. Pancras the American Express credit card that I had pre-ordered our tickets at did not work in the self ticketing machines and I had to wait in line to confirm my tickets at the St Pancras ticket office and almost missed the train as you will go through a security line before boarding the train.

Re: Getting to St. Pancras from Hotel at 4am?

by jinxxy

How did you arrange the cab? Through concierge or call from the hotel room? How much time would you allow for this process. Thanks in advance!

Re: Getting to St. Pancras from Hotel at 4am?

by riorich55

We arranged it through the concierge the night before. We told them that we wanted to leave the hotel at a certain time and then verified with the concierge when we woke up in the morning. Plan on being at St Pancras between 45 to 60 minutes before your train is scheduled to leave.

Re: Getting to St. Pancras from Hotel at 4am?

by leics

I agree that a pre-booked taxi or mini-cab is the best option in this case.

Check-in for the Eurostar closes 30 minutes before departure. I too found that some of the fast-ticket machines were not working, so do allow plenty of time to pick yours up in case you have to queue at the ticket office.

I suggest you aim to be at St P by 4.30 at the latest.

Travel Tips for London

big ben
parliament of...

by soniko

big ben
parliament of britain
buckingham palace
museum of mme. tussaud
tower bridge
covent garden
oxford st.
picadilly circus
here is a picture of the buckingham palace the mme tussaud museum!

The Queen Victoria Memorial

by pili

This white marble monument standing in pride of place right outside Buckingham Palace is commonly called "The Wedding Cake.
It was built in 1911 to honor Queen Victoria who died 10 years earlier. As well as the 13 feet high statue of Victoria there are figures representing Charity, Courage, Truth and Justice. The gold figure at the top of the monument represents Victory. -

Este monumento, de mármol blanco, se erige justo enfrente de la entrada principal del palacio y es comunmente llamado "La torta de bodas".-
Fue construído en 1911 en honor a la Reina Victoria quién murió diez años antes. Aparte de la estatua de Victoria, se encuentran talladas figuras que representan la Caridad, el Coraje, la Verdad y la Justicia. La figura de oro que se encuentra en lo alto del monumento representa la Victoria

come to MADAME TUSSAUD'S WAX...

by Krystynn

come to MADAME TUSSAUD'S WAX MUSEUM down at Baker Street (tube: Baker Street).

When we arrived way before 10.00AM, there were already a considerable amount of people queuing up to get in although the official opening time was 10.00AM!! What you'd see here will leave you gasping in awe and somehow, the ticket price wouldn't seem soooo expensive after all.... ;-) In here, you'd come face-to-face with the likes of Joan Collins, Michael Jackson, King Henry VIII and his wives, Beethoven, the Royal Family.... and an enchanting elevator - when the doors open would reveal the sexy Cher and later, Mr Rambo himself, Sly Stallone! Very impressive indeed!! Be prepared to spend at least 3 hours in here jostling with the crowd and tripping over one another just to get a good snapshot of your favorite celebrity!! By mid-day, this place turns into a 'mad house'. So do come early to avoid a stampede! When I left the museum just after 12 noon, the enormous queue outside was almost reaching the entrance to the Baker Street tube station. Not kidding. Good luck. You'd need it!

This may be biased seeing as I...

by Shuvra

This may be biased seeing as I have lived in and around London most of my life. But, there is very little danger of anything serious in London. Don't be a blatent tourist!!! I was coming home from Tower Hill (one of the most visited tourist areas in London, housing the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, St. Paul's Cathedral, The Millenium Bridge, The Tate Modern, etc.), suddenly an American tourist (at hearing a 'ping' for the door to open on the train) said in her very american accent: 'that's like when our micriwave is finished!' Now, that is sweet, but very tourist like to comment on every little thing!!!! Don't, it scares the locals! I was attempting to stop myself laughing out loud and saw that most of the others around me were doing the same :0)

Cultural differences are present wherever you go (see my Sri Lankan page) - even between neighbours! It's important to be silent and observant before one engages in a critical comment that may or may not offend. Most Londoners are very tolerant (but it is a very cosmopolitan city, esp. near the centre) and friendly. Though unlike most of Europe, we're comparatively 'cold' - you can't talk to us at a bus stop, for example ;-) Keep an Open Mind, and always enjoy yourself: 'as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give permission to others to do the same...' (Nelson Mandela).

Enjoy!

Shuv

It Rains --- Think Layers

by grandmaR

We had two soft side carry-on size bags each. That way we could carry them ourselves.

Note: Don't call those bags that strap on around your waist "fanny packs". That's obscene to the English (apparently refers to a part of the female anatomy which is hidden even when topless). To be less offensive, call them 'bum bags' or 'waist bags'. Umbrellas and/or raingear because even though we had only about 2 days of actual rain, it clouded up and either rained or looked like rain fairly often.

Take jackets and sweaters to layer. It can get hot in the summer, but it can also get cool and be windy.

If you want to ride on the top of a tour bus, you will need an extra sweater or a coat - even on a warm day, it is colder up there, as Bob learned when he didn't have one.

It should go almost without saying that clothing should fit well and be comfortable. Shoes should be well broken in.

The perception is that Americans tend to wear baseball hats, and T-shirts with slogans on them. So you might want to pack less T-shirts with slogans, but there's no point in trying to look like a local - London is full of tourists from all over the world. Everyone is local in London Bring any prescription medicines (labeled) with you in your non-checked luggage.

But LOTS of people buy their toiletries when they get to London. If you need a hair dryer, definitely get that in London. The US ones not only won't work but may start a fire. I had a digitial camera and a film camera. I got better pictures with the digital. For the digital camera, I ordered a special recharging attachment for English plugs .

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