Victoria Station Hotel

278 - 280 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London, United Kingdom
Victoria Station Hotel
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knitting and stiching show

by nikishi

I'll be visiting the knitting and stiching show at Alexandra Palace from 11/09 to 11/11 2009 with my friends. I 'll be happy about any usefull hint concerning guesthouses or private appartments or rooms to book or rent for that time?

Re: knitting and stiching show

by leics

You will find all appropriate accommodation listed on the official London tourist information site:

for apartments/flats and

for b&b/guesthouses.

There is also a homestay link:

You can use the advanced search engine to search by area etc, so you should be able to find something suitable.

You can book through the site itself, or by going to individual websites.

Re: knitting and stiching show

by puerto_lover

Check your dates. The official web site for 'ALLY PALLY' says your exhibition is on from 8th October to 11th October. Not November.

The venue is in north London and has a fantastic view across London. being out of the main city itself, perhaps you may choose some alternative accommodation in the vicinity? This is one guest house I found ?

Re: knitting and stiching show

by paulinuk2u

my external site has lots london carefull in london make sure you dont get stiched up

Travel Tips for London

Bournemouth I keep telling...


Bournemouth I keep telling this machine.
bring your beach gear as it has eleven miles of beach and a large natural port which ideal for sailing and general watersports summer evenings when the streets are full of people from every part of the world. It is the world of languages on holiday.

Travel card

by Imbi

It all depends that how long and where are you staying in London. Travelling could prove very expensive in London if one decided to travel with organising their journey. If you are staying for a week in London, the best thing would be to buy a weekly card. One-day cards are also very handy and could you save money. If you are staying in central London, you could buy Zone 1,2 travel card and it’s valid from 0930 hrs to midnight.

Let's all go down the Strand

by rickyvilla81

Have a banana...

Strand is an interesting London thoroughfare. At one end is Trafalgar Square, at the other is the gateway to the City. Several theatres are to be found here, such as the Lyceum (see the Lion King!), the Adelphi (see Chicago!) and the Vaudeville (see, er, Stomp). the Savoy theatre too is here, first place in the UK to use electric lighting. It is next to the Savoy Hotel, the little road leading into which is the only one in Britain where you must drive on the right hand side of the street - or the wrong-hand side as we call it...

The Savoy has no room 13 - it is bad luck. In fact if you had a meal at the Savoy's restaurant and booked for thirteen people they would give you a table with fourteen seats. I kid you not. In the fourteenth seat they place a little wooden cat called Caspar.

The best guided tours in London

by Callavetta

London Walks has a grand tradition of leading very inexpensive, very interesting tours. There are literally dozens offered every week and the guides are incredibly well versed in local lore and valuable information.

There's no need to make a reservation in advance. Simply show up at the assigned spot at the assigned time. I highly recommend one each visit to this great City.

For solo travelers, these are GREAT ways to hook up with other travelers and not feel quite so alone!

Inside the GLA

by Mariajoy

It is possible for visitors to enter the GLA and have a look around and visit the cafe. There is art on display and interactive displays about London.

When you enter there is of course the bag search and airport style security system - I always beep - I don't know why but I do - the GLA was no different to the airport... I beeped but the security officer let me pass without further checks thankfully.

Anyway it is free to get in and of course being the "Palace of PC-ness" - it is fully gluten-free vegetarian-friendly and - oh that's the cafe... it is totally accessible for disabled visitors too.

City Hall is open to the public Mon-Fri 8am to 8pm and some weekends. Check the website for more details.


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