Park Inn Thurrock London

North Stifford, (former Lakeside Moat House), West Thurrock, Essex RM16 5UE, United Kingdom
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The Quickest way

by manuna

If I need to get from the Globe Theater to Stamford bridge Stadium in July (about 11 a.m) am I right that the quickest way will be by boat? Or I'd rather take underground?

Re: The Quickest way

by cubsur

Boat? The riverboats don't run to Chelsea outside 'rush hours, on weekdays and are not direct from Southwark. Check river bus times here.

The underground from Southwark station will get you to Fulham Broadway station (for Stamford Bridge) in about 30 minutes plus five minutes walk at each end.

Take Jubilee northbound, change at Westminster to District Line Westbound, Wimbledon branch.

Re: The Quickest way

by manuna

Thank you. I checked the timetable, but I thought that it will change in Summer:(

Re: The Quickest way

by cubsur

It might but the Transport for London website does list the summer only routes as well and they don't go to Chelsea either.

Re: The Quickest way

by leics

I have to admit I did a double-take about the boat as well but the Fulham site:,,10268,00.html

notes that closest pier for the stadium is Chelsea Harbour.

If you use the TFL journeyplanner

and put in a July date plus Globe Theatre and Chelsea Harbour you will indeed get boats listed...but only for rush-hour times. The last morning boat leaves at 0911, which will be no good for you.

So unless they add in extra boats (check the journeyplanner again in May) I think you'll be going by Tube.

Re: The Quickest way

by TheLongTone

Chelsea harbour is a long way from Stamford Bridge, so I really don't think the boat is a good choice. Actually this is a really awkward journey, with a walk either end if you go by tube..... quickest would probably be by taxi. Or pushbike, which I am not suggesting as an option for anybody unused to cycling in London.

Re: The Quickest way

by manuna

Thanks to all of you. May be I'll change a little bit my initiary then.

Travel Tips for London

Pub Grub

by Emile72

Should be under "restaurant" tip, but a comment in respect of the pubs in general. Most of the pubs also serve food and pubs are to be found everywhere in London. While some have some special dishes like Indian dishes, most serve traditional English pub food. You usually have a meal for about 10 pounds, this includes e.g. a beer. The meal for sure will fill you (see pic).

London Tip

by fotografik

My best memory of London is walking around town while it was raining cats and dogs. My camera (my precious possession) was wet and my eyeglass was foggy and I couldn't see anything. I almost had the same experience on my first time in London in 95'. It was dark and gloomy and cold. Then when I went to Bradford, it was very windy and it snowed!
When I am in London, I missed the taking the tube. I believe London has the best public transportation. Their train is not only clean and on time, but it is also quiet and spacious. Train routes are very easy to follow unlike the French ones! :-) Oh and people do say 'excuse me'! Lovely!

Normal or tourist travelcard ?

by sourbugger

I only recently found out that a travel card is flogged to tourists that cannot be bought in London.

it is actually a little more expensive than a normal one (by about one pound 50p a day), but does entitle you to one-third off the use of the riverbus and 20% off these attractions :

London Dungeon
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
London Zoo
London Aquarium
St. Paul's Cathedral
Tower Bridge Experience
Cabinet War Rooms
Design Museum
Cutty Sark
London's Transport Museum
Pollock's Toy Museum
Jewel Tower
Dulwich Picture Gallery
Florence Nightingale Museum
Wellington Arch
BFI London Imax Cinema
Dali Universe
Britain at War Experience
Apsley House
Golden Hinde
London Wetland Centre
Lord's Cricket Tours
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
Leeds Castle

For more info see :

You would therefore just about re-coup the difference if you intended to visit just one of these places, but if your sightseeing list is more mainstream then just get a travelcard when your here (Five pounds 10p a day for all zones after 9.30 am)

Tower of London - The White Tower

by kris-t

White Tower is the oldest complete building in the Tower of London and is the reason the whole castle is called the 'Tower'. Since the 16th century it has served largely as a place of storage for royal arms and armour, and some of the most magnificent and historic of the Royal Armouries' objects can still be seen on display here today.

This last use has led to the phrase "sent to the Tower" meaning "imprisoned".

Now time The Royal Armouries is responsible for all the displays in the White Tower. The White Tower is a rectangular tower 27.4m high; though it was certainly built to impress, it was also equipped as a fortress and a residence, provided with accommodation for the king himself.

Escalator etiquette

by Ash59

If you use the Tube to travel around London, you will find that there is a certain way to use the escalators (moving stairs).

For some reason, if you are standing on the escalator, whether you are travelling up or down, it the done thing to stand on the right and allow anybody who wishes to walk up the escalator to pass on your left hand side. If you look at the picture, there is even a sign in the middle of the stairs telling you to do just that.

Do you want to know what the really silly thing is? Once you have reached the top of bottom of the escalator, most tube stations have signs on the walls telling you to walk on the left hand side! Quite why there is one rule for the escalators and another for the tunnels, I haven't got a clue.


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 Park Inn Thurrock London

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Park Inn Lakeside
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Address: North Stifford, (former Lakeside Moat House), West Thurrock, Essex RM16 5UE, United Kingdom