Ridgeway Hotel Chingford

115/117 The Ridgeway, Chingford, Essex, London, E4 6QU, United Kingdom
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  • Couples33
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trekking gear

by muzeve

Hi,we are looking to purchase some clothing and other accessories for a trkking journey later in the month. WE are staying near victoria station area, and dont want to spend all our time looking over london for a few simple items. Does anyone know if there are some decent shops . that arnt expensive, close by this area. Specifically we are looking for ron hill walking pants, and some cheap day packs. Thanks very much for any answers.

Re: trekking gear

by johnmperry

The YHA shop in Kensington High Street might suit you. It's walkable from Victoria, or take bus/underground. I don't know about labels.

You should also look out for Black's or Millett's stores (they're more or less interchangeable). Just look in a phone book.

Re: trekking gear

by puerto_lover

Look at Ronhill web site? Look up retaimers for Ronhill in London Victoria? http://www.ronhill.com/ukstockists/south-east.htm
I find one retailer called EVANS CYCLES near Victoria station:
http://www.evanscycles.com/stores/Victoria-Metro-store-

320-320b Vauxhall Bridge Road London SW1 V1AA
Monday to Friday: 8am to 8pm
Saturday: 9:30am to 6pm
Sunday and Bank Holidays: 11am to 5pm
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Go to a market. There are so...

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Finally, most English walk around barefoot in both their home and a hotel room. Slippers seem to be widely unknown ....

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ACCENTS -Plus nobody speaks upper class english except the rich and the royal family. Everybody speaks generally Cockney , an eastend accent everybody seems to have adopted.

FOOD STORES in London like Tesco Metro, Sainsburys Local, Marks & Spencers. You can find these stores in the city. Try their take away food or ready to go meals. You'll be amazed at the quality of food.

TV- in the U.K is good and if you have CABLE even better. In your hotel BBC 1 and 2, ITV , channels 4 and 5 are the locals one. They have some really good programs. You can usually pick up a tv guide in a store. Just dont watch a program that looks like it was made before the 70's.

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Address: 115/117 The Ridgeway, Chingford, Essex, London, E4 6QU, United Kingdom