Travelodge London Battersea

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200 York Road, Battersea, London, SW11 3SA, United Kingdom
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Costs 32% less and rated 12% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples100
  • Solo100
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Day trip

by rtnichols428

We are travelling to Amsterdam at the end of July and would like to plan a day trip into London. What is the best way round trip? Also what travel card do we need once in the city? Thank you

Re: Day trip

by hawkhead

Probably the best way is to book via a budget air carrier. However, as with all budget airlines, the closer the date, the higher the prices - July is quite close but it is worth a try. For just a day visit, then a one day Travel Card would be the way to go. However, you will need to budget for the trip into/out of London from your arrival/departure airport. To maximise your time and the cost, taking an early plane out of Amsterdam and a late plane out of London is advisable but you will also have to take into account the time required to a) travel to/from the airport and b) the time required for checkin/security. I don't know where you are from but it may be that you require a visa to visit the United Kingdom. Quite frankly, a day trip to London from Amsterdam will require a reasonable amount of expenditure and not a great deal of time in the city.

Re: Day trip

by Britannia2

I just don't think this is a good idea (if you do not mind me saying). You can only fly - if you took a ferry from Hook of Holland to Harwich that would take most of the day - the ride from Amsterdam to Hook of Holland is at least 90 minutes each way.
If you fly you have a 2 hour check in at each end and then a longish ride into London and then out again.
Time wise just not worth it in my opinion and as the answer above said the cost would be high.
How long are you in Amsterdam? If you have the time you could take a two day tour I guess - I saw 2 days tours to London advertised when I was in Holland last year.
Just out of interest where are you from? I guess you are not Europeans?

Re: Day trip

by cubsur

It's 5hrs 30 minutes or so by daytime train, earliest possible arrival in London is 1026, last train back with a daytime journey is at 1727 so that's not really an option.

Don't waste time, money and effort for a day trip from Amsterdam to London, make it a couple of days with an overnight stop if you can or do something else.

Re: Day trip

by johngayton

You could get the overnight ferries from Hook of Holland to Harwich and back. Stena Line offers a "Rail Sail" package which includes the train from Amsterdam to Hook of Holland and from Harwich to London Liverpool Street.

The overnight schedules would allow you a full day in London and the ferry is comfortable with lots to do and if you opt for a cabin those are relatively cheap.

Here's the timetable: http://www.stenaline.co.uk/ferry/rail-and-sail/holland/timetables/

Prices start from £29 e/w.

Travel Tips for London

Hyde Park

by LanaFromRiga

London’s largest (145 hectares) park. It’s a magnificent venue for open-air concerts, demonstrations and royal occasions.
Open 5.30am-midnight, the underground station Hyde Park Corner/Marble Arch/Knightsridge/Lancastr Gate Great place to feel like in a rural area, but in the centre of London.

EasyNet CyberCafe - Cheap Internet in the center

by MedioLatino

While spending some time in London you might need some Internet connection (to chack some more tips on VT for example :).

The easiest to access Internet place seems to be EasyNet's huge one on Tottenham Court Road facing the Bedford Avenue.

You can buy an internet ticket for 1 pound and get acces to the net for an hour or even more if you are using it in the off-peak period!

HP sauce

by rickyvilla81

Did you know that the HP in HP sauce stood for Houses of Parliament?
It is known as the Mother of Parliaments. Someone told me once, "It is not the Oldest, that is the Alting in Iceland", to which I replied, "that my friend is the Father of Parliaments, but we all know who our mother is."
We've had a Parliament in England since 1235 AD. It is divided into two main chambers, The Commons and The Lords. The Commons has green seats, thus Westminster Bridge is green. The Lords sit on red, and Lambeth Bridge is, yes, red.
Most of the Palace of Westminster dates back to the 1840s, and was designed by Charles Barry and Augustus Pugin, but the oldest part is the Great Hall, dating from the late eleventh century. It was the main hall of King William II, who tragically died in the New Forest in a freak accident when an arrow 'bounced off a dear' and hit him in the neck.
The large Tower at the end is Victoria Tower, but most people are interested in the Clock Tower, commonly called Big Ben , although that is just the name of the humungous bell inside (the second largest in London, after the one at St.Pauls). The clock face is not the largest in the capital, but the minute hand is fourteen feet long and takes a whole hour to go round once.

You can visit the interiors from July 26 to August 30, and again from September 19 to October 4 2003. Tickets cost £7, or £5 concessions. Book tickets on 0870 906 3773.
On the tour you'll see the Sovereign's Entrance, Victoria Tower, the House of Lords, the Queen's Robing Room, the House of Commons, Central Lobby, St.Stephen's Hall and Westminster Hall.

Pay some respect to dead

by Imbi

Highgate Cemetery

There are mausoleums, catacombs and ornate crumbling tombs of eminent writers, politicians and artists in the rambling, overgrown west section of this woodland graveyard. Celebrity corpses include Karl Marx, Michael Faraday and Christina Rossetti. Be aware that you must purchase a photography license (£2) in order to take photographs within the cemetery.

Opening hours below are from April-October. Times are 10am-4pm daily from November-March.

Admission: guided tours cost £2-£3

Address
Swains Lane. NW6

There's something about the...

by Rude_boy22

There's something about the London punk scene and names. Each place has about fifty of them. I kept hearing about these different shows happening on June first to correspond with the Queen's Golden Jubilee. One called the 'Sonic Muck Experiment', another called 'F*** the Jubilee'...'F*** the Sex Pistols' (Those washed up old fogies were trying to reinact the cruise ship thing that night), and 'The Future Rock and Roll Festival'. I finally came to realise that they were all the same concert. There are other examples too: Paradise Island is also called Dirty Water Club, Billy Childish has about fifty names for his three bands etc. etc. etc..... It is kind of cool that there are not as many labels on things, but it makes things a bit confusing. Next time I talk to someone about a London event, I'm just going to make up a name and see if they know what I'm talking about. Yeah, I went to the Psychic Bonobo festival held at the Fat Chihuahua club. Its the only place I've heard proper rock and roll here.

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Address: 200 York Road, Battersea, London, SW11 3SA, United Kingdom