Regency Court Hotel London (The)

14 Penywern Road, South Kensington, London, Englan
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gatwick transfer

by aeb

I want to travel by train from Gatwick airport into central London and back. What is the cheapest option.

Re: gatwick transfer

by Dabs

You can find all of the options on getting to and from the airport here, trains will be faster, buses will be slower and I suspect once you look at the link provided you'll find that buses are the cheapest if you are willing to sacrifice the time

http://www.gatwickairport.com/portal/page/Gatwick%5EGeneral%5ETo+and+from+Gatwick%5ETravel+to+and+from+London/0fae6b54451f9110VgnVCM10000036821c0a____/448c6a4c7f1b0010VgnVCM200000357e120a____/

Re: gatwick transfer

by puerto_lover

There are 3 main train services to London from Gatwick.
You can look at fares etc :

For route to London Victoria station (good for Buckingham Palace and west London) look at SOUTHERN RAIL:
http://www.southernrailway.com/

For route to London Bridge station, (good for Tower of London and the City) look at trains from First Capital Connect
http://www.firstcapitalconnect.co.uk

For the the most expensive option use Gatwick Express to Victoria.

Maybe also look at Easy Bus for cheap bus transfers although note that the bus does go to Fulham:
http://www.easybus.co.uk/london-gatwick/gatwick-bus-route

Re: gatwick transfer

by Ginda

Taking the train is still the cheapest way.

Re: gatwick transfer

by leics

Not so.

Train is rarely cheaper than bus in the UK. Perhaps you were thinking of the Tube from Hrathrow.

You have both train and bus options from Gatwick. Details, fares, links and info for all are listed here:

http://www.londontoolkit.com/travel/gatwick_transport.htm

You will see that Easybus can be by far the cheapest but (because it belongs to Easyjet), it depends on when you book: the earlier you book the lower the fare is likely to be. Otherwise, Natonal Express coach is the cheapest option.

Re: gatwick transfer

by Wingtips

The Gatwick Express train from the LGW air terminal direct to Victoria Station may cost a bit more, but is certainly the fastest and easiest. 30 minutes non-stop. Easy connections from Victoria via the Underground (The Tube). Or taxi rank out front.

www.gatwickexpress.com

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Platform 9 3/4

by skatzcatz

For those of you that are Harry Potter fans i happened upon platform 9 3/4. sadly my wizardry skills arn't very good and i sustained a bruised temple atempting to make the 9pm Hogswart Express. And you ask where it is? Try the Kingscross Station, but from there you are on your own, maybe only wizards see it??????

Create your own 'pub tour'....

by kucha

Create your own 'pub tour'. Base it on recommendations, the signs in front, the atmosphere within -- whatever you want -- but don't miss it. The lagers and ales are the best in the world and the fun of 'discovering' a great all-around pub can't be beat. I have no idea which ones I liked the best, reviewing the many pub photos I've taken over the years. However, I personally judge a pub by it's front sign -- the more colorful and charming, the more likely I am to try it. I also look for interior upholstery, preferring it to be full of over-stuffed red fabric, brass and plants. Not too much smoke...Not too many crowds....

Relics of an Era

by mrclay2000

Before 1698, almost the entire area along today's Whitehall was occupied by Whitehall Palace, an enormous 2,000-room royal residence acquired from Wolsey by Henry VIII. After the Restoration it became a seat of intrigue until the flight of James II to France. In 1698, the Palace burned down, leaving only the Banqueting House. Across Whitehall from the Palace, a number of government offices before the fire still stand, including the Treasury, the Admiralty and the Horse Guards. Unfortunately the most prominent aspect of the last-named (for me and many) is the aroma of horse manure at its entrance gate.

Tower 42

by kris-t

Tower 42 is a skyscraper in London, the tallest in the City of London, at 25 Old Broad Street. It was originally built for the National Westminster Bank, hence its older name, the NatWest Tower. Seen from above, the Tower closely resembles the NatWest logo (three chevrons in a hexagonal arrangement). The tower, designed by Richard Seifert, was built between 1971 and 1979, and opened in 1980, costing a total of £72 million. The tower also features an expensive seafood and champagne bar on the 42nd floor called Vertigo 42. Its height affords patrons an excellent view westwards across central London and beyond.

Britons are very patriotic,...

by Edgeon

Britons are very patriotic, but not necessarily unfriendly. If you're from North America, you're actually more likely to run into people from your own country than from England while looking around London. If you are from America, most Londoners will inevitably talk American politics with you. They are very interested in the country that got away and look at us with a mix of envy and contempt. For the love of everything, brush up on both American and British politics before you come, and don't give them reason to gloat at their percieved intellectual superiority. Start talking about some of the trash television they air (not the BBC, but everything else) and they get humble really quickly.

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Address: 14 Penywern Road, South Kensington, London, Englan