Kingsway Hotel

27 Norfolk Square, Bayswater, London, W2 1RX, United Kingdom
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by natusik78

good day, how can i move from Gatwick airport to King,s cross street?

Re: Lonodn

by cubsur

There are direct trains four times every hour from Gatwick Airport to London St Pancras station. This is next to Kings Cross. The train journey is about 45 minutes.

At weekends you will have to take a different route as the line is closed for major re-construction work.

Consult for train times and fares.

Re: Lonodn

by puerto_lover

At Gatwick Airport railway station you should look for a train to BEDFORD. These trains run from Brighton (in the south) through London Bridge station and across the river to stop at Kings Cross station.
Presume you mean Kings Cross Road.
For more information about the train you can look at :

and also you can see your destination on a map using Google Maps.

Travel Tips for London

Abbey Road

by tyerks

I'm not really a huge Beatles fan, but I thought it would be cool to go see the famous crosswalk and Abbey Road Studios. There really isn't anything exciting, unless, of course, you are an avid Beatles-mania person. On the other hand, it is really cool to say you've been there, and it's a little ways away from the big city aspect of London, if you just need an afternoon break.

If you have never been in...

by Chantilly18

If you have never been in London you must definitely tour around London by bus or by taxi. Experience the English way of life!!
Go shopping in Oxford Street and visit the big arcade at Piccadilly Circus.
London Dungeon is great too!!! My fondest memory of London was going out in the evening. It's great to wonder around in this big city. I met a lot of interesting people. They also have a lot of great restaurants. Some of them are pretty expensive but it's al worth it, believe me!!!

London Tip

by ching5

Visited the Buckingham palace and was lucky to see the change of guards. Didn't know that there are many type of guards. Was told by my tour guide that if I am fast enough, I will be able to see the different guards. Feels like I have just completed a maraton after the whole session.

Bollywood on Thames

by easyoar

One of the things I like about London is the unexpected! You can turn a corner and see something you had no idea was going to be there. In this instance, I was walking past Cleopatra's Needle and saw a Bollywood Film being shot. One Indian Guy who I am still trying to definitely id (any ideas, please let me know) and several European ladies (no doubt swooning at his Indian charm...)

It's worth taking a look at one of my subsequent shots here, they are looking at me like I am dirt, no, I wasn't obstructing filming, I was only taking pictures before and after filming, they just seemed to object to my presence! The less than adoring looks I got from the girls!

Another tip on the rhyming slang....

by sourbugger

I heard a wonderful example the other day on the quiz show 'QI' which shows just how impenetratable the language of Cockney London can be. There can only be a few who are 'in the know' and thus enjoy the fact that their language is deliberately obfuscationist (now there's a word that does what it means : to make deliberately complex and hidden).

If someone said "He's a completely Listerine" - what would it mean ?

Well here goes :

STEP 1 : "Yank" is a slang word for an American (perhaps from 'one yank and they're off')

STEP 2 : "Tank" rhymes with "Yank"

STEP 3 : In Cockney rhyming slang, a "Sceptic tank" is a Yank

STEP 4 : The tank is dropped, so a a "Sceptic" is a Yank

STEP 5 : If you are against something, then you are 'Anti.."

STEP 6 : An 'Anti-sceptic" is therefore someone against yanks

STEP 7 : ':Listerine' is a brand of antsceptic mouthwash

So, the phrase means "Someone who is anti-American". Phew, told you it was complex.


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Address: 27 Norfolk Square, Bayswater, London, W2 1RX, United Kingdom