Golders Green Hotel

147-151 Golders Green Road, London, NW11 9BN, United Kingdom
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flat pin electic convertor

by junkone

i bought a flat pin convertor for my laptop to use in india. i realise that the Uk electic sockets are round pins but not sure of its dimensions. can anyone clarify if uk uses the same round pins like india.
or else where can i buy a flat pin convertor in london. i will be staying in bayswater

Re: flat pin electic convertor

by leics

I'm afraid UK electric sockets are not round pins. They have not been thus for around 50 years.

They have 3 squared pins.

You will be able to buy a plug adaptor at the airport, or at any electrical shop/supermarket etc.

Re: flat pin electic convertor

by leics

You should also check that your laptop can accept the 220 voltage used in the UK.

Re: flat pin electic convertor

by nhoolb

Have a look at:

http://www.voltagevalet.com/elec_guide.html

Re: flat pin electic convertor

by GrumpyDiver

The UK plugs look like the top picture in the attached link. As stated before, airports sell these. At home I tend to pick them up at a travel goods store. Luggage shops also sell them.

http://www.levoyageur.net/plug-country-United+Kingdom.html

Travel Tips for London

London for clever people

by PeterHolland

Never, ever try to see London as a whole within a few days. You will end up very frustrated and with extremely sore feet!! I do my cherrypicking at home before travelling and save time on the spot. I always try to combine things, this will also save time. Always leave some time for the unexpected! I think that 3 days is enough at a time. Then you will have no money and feet left............

The view over London on 25 Dec 2004

by mvtouring

I went for a white Christmas and what do I find? The most perfect day you could wish for, clear blue skies, sun shining only flaw - ice cold wind blowing. This was the view at 10h00 on the 25/12/2004 taken from my friends flat overlooking Waterloo station.

Currency

by Jenniflower

The money used is Pounds Sterling, some places will, accept Euros too.

There are ATMS ('a hole in the wall') all over the place, and the majority of them do not charge you to withdraw, which is great! (In South Africa there are hefty ATM withdrawal charges)

Another convenience is being able to ask for Cash Back from the local supermarkets when you pay with your debit card. There is no charge for this.

Saves time, hassle and is safer.

Cheques are accepted in most places but aren't used that much anymore.

Getting on a tube train

by av101773

I've been commuting on the London Underground (tube) for about 26 years, and over the years getting on and off a tube train seems to be getting more and more tricky. More and more people seem to stand right up to the middle of the doors and rush on to grab a seat, whether it's busy or not, pushing past those getting off. Trust me, this is annoying. It is not the "end of the world" if you don't get a seat (unless of course you are some way disabled/infirm/pregnant, etc.). You WILL still get to your destination.

When the train stops at the platform and you are waiting to get on, it is expected/curteous/safer to wait to the sides of the doors and allow those leaving the train to alight before attempting to board. If you stand in front of the doors the people getting off, can't, and end up being pushed into you by those people behind them. Not a good situation!

Apologies if this sounds more like a rant, but I wouldn't want a VT-er to be one of those annoying people. 8^)

Why not try to get some...

by Bigs

Why not try to get some tickets for the Gunners(Arsenal)? ' We are the Arsenal'! Football in England is a must!
Or try the 'Bank of Friendship' pub, not far from the stadium for a lovely pint next to the cheminee!

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Address: 147-151 Golders Green Road, London, NW11 9BN, United Kingdom