Regency Hotel - Nottingham Place

19 Nottingham Place, London, W1M 3FF, United Kingdom
Regency Hotel - Nottingham Place
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Local bus pick-up points

by sharminhossain

Which bus do i need to take to get to Upper Edmonton from Victoria Coach Station? How much would it cost me?

Re: Local bus pick-up points

by puerto_lover

It is a long journey by bus about 2 hours.
Maybe it would be better if you used the underground as well ?
Have you used or are able to use the JOURNEY PLANNER for London ?
It will give you options and maps
If this is difficult then ask again and give more idea of the time of your journey and day ?

Re: Local bus pick-up points

by cubsur basically suggests that you take a bus from Upper Edmonton (Angel Corner) to Seven Sisters underground station and from there the Victoria Line Underground to Victoria. That does however leave about a few minutes walk to the Coach Station. Overall journey time about 48 minutes plus the walk at the end.

Re: Local bus pick-up points

by JulesH

Best route would not be a bus. There is no direct bus route there. You'd ned to take 3 or 4 buses and it would be very time consuming as a previous poster mentioned. The best way would be to get the mainline train from Silver Street to Seven Sisters (even a bus to Seven Sisters would be time consuming as it always gets snarled up in traffic in Tottenham High Road), then pick up the Victoria Line directly there. Would cost you about £4.20 at peak rate.

Travel Tips for London

Ride the red bus

by joits

I know its just a bus, but its what makes London special. The double decker red busses are part of experiencing London and so I highly recommend riding them. The great thing is that if you have an all day travel card from the Underground, it also works for the bus too! Of course if you really want to get somewhere fast, use the underground as traffic in central London is bumper to bumper most of the time. If you have time though, take a ride! On the bus, riding around London around Christmas time with all the beautiful decorations was one of my favorite memories. Despite the slow moving traffic, it just gave me more time to appreciate how great London is.

Monuments to an Illustrious Past

by mrclay2000

Like any other great capital city, London abounds in memorials and monuments to its past and present greatness (even Abraham Lincoln sits in Parliament Square). England arguably achieved its imperial, commercial and military height under the reign of Victoria, whose proud and majestic monument fronts the outer gates at Buckingham Palace.

Parking around London

by Lozza_9

If you have a car while in London I would suggest you leave it behind and take public transport. If you really want to take the car into london beware we do have a congestion charge and you will have to pay for parking and it can be very expensive. Look out for the parking bays and parking ticket machines
( Look at picture below) Also make sure you don't park on double yellow lines. You will either get a ticket or your car towed away.

Buckingham Palace Gardens

by kris-t

Buckingham Palace Gardens are the Queen's back garden. The gardens occupy a 42 acre (17 hectare) site in the City of Westminster, London between Constitution Hill to the north, Hyde Park Corner to the west, Grosvenor Place to the south-west and the Royal Mews and Buckingham Palace to the south and east. Notable features include a large 19th century lake, which is graced by a flock of flamingoes, and the Waterloo Vase. Unlike the nearby Royal Parks of London, Buckingham Palace Gardens is not usually open to the public. However when Buckingham Palace is open during August and September, visitors have access to part of the garden. The gardens are where the Queen's garden parties are held.

The gardens are regularly surveyed for their moths and occasionally visited by the Queen's Swans.

Opercula of London

by Mariajoy

On the pavements around Pimlico, Bloomsbury Paddington and Kensington are some really good examples of "Coal hole covers" (Opercula). In the 19th Century the coal men would deliver to the grand houses in these areas but to avoid getting filthy black coal dust everywhere, they would open up the coal hole outside the house, and tip it straight down. The opercula are decorated with the trademark of the ironmonger who made it and these photos show a series taken in Thurlow Square, opposite the V&A in Kensington.

As a child I remember being terrified of the loud rumblings of the coal falling through the hole into the bunker in my aunts house!

With the continual need for new pavements to be laid (quite necessarily of course) I really hope it's possible for these examples of historic street furniture to be preserved for future generations.


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