West Cromwell Hotel London

66 West Cromwell Road, Earls Court, Kensington & Chelsea, London, SW5 9QS, United Kingdom
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Cab fare

by barmanin

Need to know the approx. cab fare
1. from Heathrow to Park Plaza Hotel County Hall ( Lambeth)
2. from Park Plaza Hotel to Kings Cross Train Station.
3. Gatwick Airport to Heathrow.


Re: Cab fare

by leics

1. Heathrow to central London is going to be 50+GBP, depending on traffic and exact location.

Better, cheaper and quicker (the M25 is extremely prone to traffic congestion) to take the Heathrow Express to Paddington and then get a taxi from there.


2. Typical rates for taxis within London here:


It's around 3 miles from the Park Plaza County Hall to Kings Cross.

3. Taxi transfer between airports will be 75+ GBP.


for alternatives and general info.

Using public transport (train, Tube, buses) is normal in the UK, for everyone. Taxis are not cheap, I'm afraid.

Re: Cab fare

by barmanin

Thanks a lot. That was pretty quick. :)

One more question : Will I need 1 whole day to do Windsor Castle + Legoland ?

Re: Cab fare

by leics

Ye, if you do both.

But do you really want to 'do' Legoland? I'd only visit if I had children, personally..but you may be a Lego fan.

Windsor is a nice place to visit, and deserves a goodly chunk of your time. Allow at least 3+ hours there (assuming you want to go into the castle).

Re: Cab fare

by leics

You will find VT not only 'pretty quick' but also totally reliable..and quite probably the friendliest travel website you'll come across! :-)

Re: Cab fare

by barmanin

Travelling with 3 children...:) So think 'Legoland' will be a big nod..

Was checking out the 'Duck tour' on the amphi-bus..Is it worth the money?

If I am right, you have replied to my previoue query on Inverness.How is the 'Ramada Jarvis Hotel' in Invernes? Just read the reviews about Church Road being too noisy.I have booked the hotel for 4 nights.

Re: Cab fare

by leics

With 3 children yes, Legoland definitely. Duck tour? I probably wouldn't bother, unless you have lots of cash to spare. Even then, I'd rather take the kids to the Natural History Museum or Hyde Park or Horseguards or something similar....

Can't be sure about the Inverness hotel....did not stay anywhere near (I stayed in a town b&b). It's on a side-street near the city centre, so will not be silent (some trafic, at a guess, some revellers). But Inverness is hardly a roaring mega-city, so perhaps a closed window will be sufficient (and perhaps ear-plugs)? :-)

Re: Cab fare

by barmanin

London spare cash...OMG !...Will rethink Duck tour,thanks

Re: Cab fare

by leics

Loads of free stuff for kids in London...take advantage! :-)





and not-necessarily-free:


Enjoy researching! :-)

Travel Tips for London

The Institute

by tzuki

To have enrolled The Institute - English Language School - was one of the best things I did during being in London, because there I did improve my English speaking and I have meet some more friends.

Moreover teachers are really friendly and the courses are well adapted to our needs. There are several timetables, morning and afternoon, so is flexible for people who work.

Was a really good experience, besides because the School is placed in one of the most nicer areas in London, with beautiful surroundings and hide paths to get lost.

At the end of the term, they offer to do an examination and if you pass, you would get your diploma for the regarding course you enrol. I have met nice people during studying here and at the end of each term, we celebrated with a social event in which people seems to enjoy much more.

In one ocasion, we went out for lunch and in another one, we have prepared nice food from different parts of the world and later we shared altogether. Was really nice!!

My last teacher, Maria Straw, is an amazing person, with a very good sense of humour too. I am sure I will miss her so much.

Address and contact details are:

The Institute - English Centre
Hampstead Garden Suburb

Central Square, London, NW11 7BN
Tel: 0044 20 8455 8176
Fax: 0044 20 8455 4448
email: english.centre@hgsi.ac.uk
web: www.hgsi.ac.uk

Note: I will upload a pic as soon as i got them developed. Cheers.

For Dutch people only!

by PeterHolland

Sorry Folks, but this is only for Dutch people; the reason is that I want to recommend a book, which is in Dutch language only.

Het Boek heet: Neem nou Londen en is geschreven door Peter Brusse. De eerste druk is uit 1968 en de mij laatst bekende veertiende druk uit 2000. Dit boek maakt alle reisgidsen overbodig en is met veel liefde voor Londen geschreven. Ook de minder bekende ´spots´komen aan de orde, verder zijn er een aantal fijne stadswandelingen opgenomen. Het ISBN nummer is
90 410 2264 3, Uitgever is Van Reemst uit Houten.

TS Queen Mary

by ratherton

Moored on the North bank of the Thames, almost opposite the London Eye, you will find the TS Queen Mary. Now it’s not to be confused with the former ocean liner now moored in LA but it’s a nice bar and a great place to go on summer days in London. There is also a bar menu but I’ve never tried the food.

Admiralty Arch

by kris-t

Admiralty Arch is a large office building in London which incorporates an archway providing road and pedestrian access between The Mall, which extends to the southwest, and Trafalgar Square to its northeast. It was designed by Sir Aston Webb. It adjoins the Old Admiralty Building, hence the name.

The building was commissioned by King Edward VII in memory of his mother Queen Victoria, although he did not live to see its completion. Admiralty Arch is a Grade I listed building
It is also home to the Prime Minister's Strategy Unit

Regent's Park pond

by uglyscot

The English are know for their love of animals, so it is not unusual to see people feeding the ducks, geese and swans in the royal parks.
Old people and children especially often take bags of bread to feed to the birds on the ponds.


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Address: 66 West Cromwell Road, Earls Court, Kensington & Chelsea, London, SW5 9QS, United Kingdom