Creffield Lodge

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2-4 Creffield Road, Ealing, London, W5 3HN, United Kingdom
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London Heathrow to Waltham forest

by Pedro_Laia

hi Vt members! the subway are in a strike, and the lines that i need are closed! So, how can i go from the Heathrow till Clarence Road by bus or train?
thanks in advance

Re: London Heathrow to Waltham forest

by hawkhead is the site for London transport. They have a travel planner and will give you a routing not using the rube.

Re: London Heathrow to Waltham forest

by leics is the site you need ........though your typo is very apt, Hawkhead! :-))

You can go from Heathrow to Paddington station by train or by coach.

has all the information and links about transport that you need.

Use the tfl site to find buses from Paddington railway station (or Victoria bus station, if you use the coach).

But the Tube strike is only planned to last 48 hours. If you are arriving after tomorrow you will probably be ok.

Re: London Heathrow to Waltham forest

by hawkhead

Oh my a freudian slip......!

Travel Tips for London

i know this sounds awful but...

by ymk1

i know this sounds awful but seriously: take the double decker bus tour and then walk walk walk! i say that for every city. it helps if you've never been there before and you familiarize yourself with the layout of the major attractions and then you realize how everything is positioned and how everything works like one big vein. then you won't feel lost when you're walking around and just exploring all the small streets. the once seeming metropolis now seems realistically small and interconnected. besides, you won't feel like you missed out on any of the major landmarks and then you can make a mental note, re-visit and focus on what your personal interests are: cafe-in-the-crypt, big ben, the dali exhibit, the record shop you passed by 20 minutes ago... what i miss most is the nightlife. i'm not necessarily a raver, but i am a big drum n bass fan, and it seems like the crowd is just more into the music and not the big pants and raver look, like they are in new york. the people are also very friendly and so...proper.

Friday Prayer

by Yudhis

London probably has more mosques than any other city in the Western world. The nearest mosque on my area is in Finchley High Road, couple minutes after North Finchley Lido Warner Village (N12 0GL), on the left side of the road just beside Home Base. The Khutbah was wonderful as well.

You can check other mosque near your area in

Hay's Galleria

by Ash59

Hay's Galleria is a shopping area found on the South Bank between London Bridge and Tower Bridge. The area was created by joining two victorian warehouses with the vaulted glass roof that you can see.

A guided tour for VT friends

by M0B1US

Sabsi had a day in London, so I volunteered to show her around London's Southbank.

We met up outside the Globe theatre before having a drink at the Anchor Pub a short distance along to catch up on her UK travels.

Then we took in the sights all along the river as featured in our southbank travelogues, before stopping for a late lunch of chicken baguettes at Cafe Rouge in Hays Galleria before walking down as far as Shad Thames and the Design Museum, before crossing Tower Bridge and having a nice cold beer at the Dickens Inn in St Katherine's Dock.

We then walked along the northern riverfront outside the walls of the Tower of London, taking a minor detour to St Dunstans ruined church in the middle of the City of London and a quick stop outside the Monument to the great fire of London in 1666...

It was nice to catch up with a fellow VTer, and proof as always that like my first VT meeting in Sydney - VT members are a great bunch of people!

Cheers Sabs!

Voltage Converter

by rlstout

Everything runs on 220 volts, so you'll need a converter. Most hotels have a 110 receptacle for your razor, but I've found that most are too small for my razor plug, so I need the converter for that as well.


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