The Mad Hatter Hotel

3-7 Stamford Street, South Bank, London, SE1 9NY, United Kingdom
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Heathrow Express

by wise23girl

My family will be staying in Bayswater in July.(near Queensway and Bayswater underground)
To travel by train to LHR where do they need to it Paddington? Is it different for the Heathrow Express /Underground?

We usually go by coach or taxi. For 3 males what would you suggest.

So where is the best place for them to go to catch a train to LHR?.
They have been told to go to Paddington ....Is that for Heathrow Express or ordinary Underground?

(We usually opt for pick up by coach)

Re: Heathrow Express

by leffe3

Paddington is for Heathrow Express - the fast train.

Underground is the Piccadilly line but Queensway and Bayswater stations are on the Central line - with luggage its a pain regarding changing lines at stations.

Bayswater is close to Paddington - so for simplicity and ease with luggage, worth considering a short taxi ride to and from hotel to Paddington. (That's the way I have done it in the past when staying in Baywater are).

Re: Heathrow Express

by wise23girl

Thanks Keith. I will pass that on.

I should have asked if the Coach transport from hotels has changed..I think the one that we used has changed hands. I will write a new post as well.

For 3 males maybe a taxi would not be that much more cost than ticketsx3

Do you know how well the Heathrow express compares with ordinary underground to Heathrow. Cost wise/space wise.

Re: Heathrow Express

by christine.j

I usually stay in Bayswater. The Heathrow Express is the fastest way of getting to Paddington station, but also the most expensive, except maybe a taxi, which I haven't taken. But I take it when I'm in a hurry, as it's only 15 minutes from the airport to Paddington.
The tube takes about one hour, with a change in Gloucester Road into the circle line.
Last year it was £15 for the Express and £4 for the tube, quite a difference.
There is also the Heathrow Connect, price-and timewise between these two, but I haven't taken it yet.
How much luggage will they have? If it's a lot, I would suggest going to Paddington directly, and then either take the tube from there or a taxi.

Re: Heathrow Express

by wise23girl

Thanks Christine...looks like quite a number of us stay in Bayswater, We get a taxi or shuttle so I could not help the 'boys' I will pass this on.

Re: Heathrow Express

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Yet another lovely monument in London. This statue is in the Mall at Buckingham Palace. It is one of the first things you see when comeing in from Green park.
Edward VII had the memorial built to honor his mother Queen Victoria. Edward never got to see the finished product as it took 5 years to complete.This is the largest monument to a monarch in England. It required 2300 tons of marble. Designed by Sir Aston Webb the sculpture of Queen Victoria, seated, was done by Sir Thomas Brock and includes a gilded Victory atop a base of marble.Very impressive. For mor detailed looks see the following websight. Again my pictures do not do it justice.

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London makes no apologies - This statue is "a celebration of the human spirit".

Alison Lapper - Guardian article

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The postal services are quite good in London, far batter than in South Africa that's for sure!

There seem to be many complaints about te Royal Mail, and of course, it isn?t good when post goes missing or is late, but I really do think it is a reliable service

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They are tubular in shape and functional. Many of them are over a century old, it is amazing what a coat of paint can do! haha

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Address: 3-7 Stamford Street, South Bank, London, SE1 9NY, United Kingdom