Elmwood Hotel

19 & 20 Argyle square, London, WC1 H8AS, United Kingdom
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16%
22
Average
33%
46
Poor
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32
Terrible
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29

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by natusik78

Hello, i would like to know,district Camden its good place to stay? And what zone numer its belongs? Thanks a lot for help.

Re: Question

by TheWanderingCamel

Camden's generally a very lively part of London with lots of pubs, clubs, restaurants, and busy nightlife. Camden Markets are a huge attraction but there are also quieter spots such as by the Regent's canal and the quiet streets of Finchley and Swiss Cottage. The British Museum is also in Camden, as are Hampstead and Kilburn - 2 very different neighborhoods - so, yes, it can be a very good place to stay but you need to be more specific about which part of Camden you are looking at. Camden is in Zone 2.

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by SallyM

The Bloomsbury part of Camden is in zone 1.

Re: Question

by SallyM

Just to clarify, the London Borough of Camden covers a much wider area than just Camden Town. Where exactly in Camden are you thinking of?

Travel Tips for London

Need a Visa for The Czech Republic?

by cybergenic

The embassy of the Czech Republic is located at 28, Kensington Palace Gardens, London W8 4QY. The nearest underground station is Notting Hill Gate.

Opening hours for submitting application forms: 9am-11am Mon-Fri

Opening hours for collection of the visas : 1.15pm-3pm Mon-Fri

Closed on British & Czeck public holidays.

http://www.czechembassy.org.uk

Walking across the elegant...

by Pegasus74

Walking across the elegant arches of Westminster Bridge, I could never stop looking back at the golden big guy, strong as he ever was whose voice can be heard from many miles away. To enjoy Thames' view, turn left to go along the embankment where the London Eye, a 150 m ferris wheel, is planted. The Thames meanders through the capital and is spanned by such famous bridges as the London Bridge and the Tower Bridge.

The Waterloo Bridge comes after the Westminster's which south end is sandwiched by the notable Royal Festival Hall and the National Theatre. Just downstream, you will see the thatched Globe Theatre, a 1990s replica of the place where many of Shakespeare's plays were performed in his lifetime.

Tower 8 - current residents

by kathycollins

While taking the Beefeaters tour, you can sometimes glimpse a scene of modern occupation...laundry hanging from a rooftop or a bit of a patio garden...
The Beefeaters apartments are onsight. The job comes with accommodations at one of the most famous addresses in Western civilization!
Do their necks itch sometimes????

make a pilgrimage down to ST...

by Krystynn

make a pilgrimage down to ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL, England's Anglican national church .

This was also the venue where the current heir to the British throne, Prince Charles and the then-Lady Diana Spencer were married. When I was there at the time, I had already heard rumors (actually it's all over the British press) about the impending divorce of this couple. Sigh... As you can most probably guess by now, I'm a great fan of Princess Diana. She's not only cool, well-dressed and classy but also had so much compassion for the downtrodden and less fortunate in this society. We pray for more great women like her to rise up amongst us and take a stand in this world!!!

Get a Murray down your Gregory ?

by sourbugger

What are you to make of such a sentence ?

Of course it is cockney slang - read on to find out what it means !

Many people know some cockney rhyming slang anywhere in Britain such as 'apples and pears' (meaning stairs) and 'Merchant Bankers' (Do I need to spell it out ?).

It is however mainly through TV series such Minder ,Only Fools and Horses and Eastenders that many lesser known examples have become more widely recognised.

Every 'Minder' aficionado knows that "getting a Ruby down your Gregory" meant going out for an Indian meal (popular 1950s singing star Ruby Murray providing a rhyme for curry, and Gregory Peck : Neck), and that "trouble on the dog" meant your spouse was calling (Trouble and Strife : Wife, Dog and Bone : Phone).

This trick of leaving out part of the Rhyme means that the possibilities are endless, and many suspect that cockneys often just make it up as they go along to have a laugh (cf Black cab drivers !)

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