Westminster View Apartments

9 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7HF, United Kingdom
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Where to Park - cheapest and safest and easiest!

by annie15

Where would be the best place to park our car when coming from the north of England? We'd like to park on the outskirts and take the train or bus into central London. Any ideas for a cheap, safe and easy place to park a car? Thanks

Re: Where to Park - cheapest and safest and easiest!

by Andrew_W_K

I always park in either Shepherds Bush of Hammersmith. Both are on the tube lines and easy access for either the M4 or A40/M40. I parked in the multi-storey car park on Glenthorn Road recently just 2 minutes walk from the 2 tube stations and near the roundabout where the Hammersmith Apollo is. Cost my £11 for 11 hours which I thought was good.

Re: Where to Park - cheapest and safest and easiest!

by puerto_lover

Possibly not what you may like, but perhaps for ease of access from the M1, assuming that you will be coming down on this road, you can consider making for Luton Airport.
It will be signed and you could consider parking at Luton Parkway and maybe not in one of the airport car parks. There is plenty of choice. The train leaves from Parkway station and takes about 30 minutes into St Pancras using the http://www.firstcapitalconnect.co.uk railway company. It appears they may have some discounted offers up to end of June.
It really depends on how long you want to leave the car etc etc...
Of course the cheapest parking is to find a suitable road somewhere near to an Underground or rail station.

Re: Where to Park - cheapest and safest and easiest!

by colin_bramso

It depends how far into London you're willing to drive, or whether you want to avoid the traffic all together. Coming down from the north if you're on the M1/A1 you can stop somewhere like Hatfield or Welwyn Garden City and take a train in to Kings Cross. It takes less than half an hour, and parking is very much cheaper there - even free street parking if you're prepared to walk a few minutes to the station.

Re: Where to Park - cheapest and safest and easiest!

by henry14

There is free parking in residental streets near Stanmore Underground station. The station is only 5 min drive from junction 4 of the M1 and is the first stop on the Jubilee line.

Re: Where to Park - cheapest and safest and easiest!

by DeniB81

I was wondering where the Jubilee line lets off in London. Can we get to the globe theater and /or Victoria & Albert museum. Sorry, not sure how underground works. Thanks.

Re: Where to Park - cheapest and safest and easiest!

by henry14

You can take the Jubilee line all the way from Stanmore to the Globe without changing. Alight at London Bridge and from there its about 10 mins walk.

You can download a copy of the tube map at www.tfl.gov.uk, the same site also has an journey planner facility.

You might also find this site useful, it has the main sites plus the nearest tube station. From there you can cross reference to the main tube map to plan your route. www.londonforfree.net/indoors/museums/museums.shtml

Re: Where to Park - cheapest and safest and easiest!

by colin_bramso

Denise, there are various separate colour-coded lines on the Underground, but they all interlink with each other. There are plenty of interchange stations where you can change from one to the other and it's easy to work out because of the colour coding.

Travel Tips for London

See BIG BEN and Westminster. ...

by Venturingnow

See BIG BEN and Westminster. Go to the river Thames for great views, and see the Tower Bridge. Go to Hyde Park and visit Kensington Palace as well. There's lots to see everywhere. Asking the policeman to take a picture with us as he was going to the bathroom, he said sure, and then paid for our bathroom uses, all of us! It was hilarious.

Zoe and Me, August 2002

by bakpakchik

Zoe was dressed in a sweeping pink cotton skirt with frills around the bottom and a chiffon halter neck top in a lovely print in shades of purple. When we had lunch in the park, to avoid getting her dress soiled by the grass, she pulled out and sat on a purple cardigan with purple fur trim. I like that about Zoe. She has a bizarre sense of dressing. She does not believe in casual dress.

After our little rainbow episode, we sat in yet another park on yet some more grass and talked about everything and nothing. We talked about the rainbow and we talked about enid blyton. Then we walked back down to the British Film Institute because Zoe 'needed some alcohol'. On the way, the air was full of festivity. There were tourists milling around and then there were street performers to humor them. There were
'human-statues' painted all in gold so that you thought they were statues but then realized they're not, and walked up to them and tried to make them laugh, only they wouldn't laugh when you tried, but would when you least expected it and made you jump out of your skin.

Take a walk in Hyde Park. ...

by randm1

Take a walk in Hyde Park. It's lovely, and usually filled with all sorts of people and performers. Shown here is part of the memorial to Princess Diana, which was under construction at the time of my visit. It's a pirate ship from Peter Pan! My friends and I used to take a walk in Hyde Park every morning after breakfast.

Inhabitants of London aren't...

by Kozzmozz

Inhabitants of London aren't as nice as the other English people. They are different, aand less friendly. You will have to wait in queues when you are going to the theatre, when you use the public transport of doing your groceries.
London people don't start a conversation as well. When they will thank you for something, the only thing they say is 'cheers' . That's all, so don't be bothered. They call both men and women 'luv'. And last but not least, London people are less formal than other people from outside the city.

An awareness of European news

by OCNJBritt

Study up a bit on your European news before you go, London truly is an international Mecca..the more informed you allow yourself to be, the more you can learn from yor fellow travelers and hosts Oh, and bring an umbrella... A nice soft bathing towel came in handy as the hotel where I stayed provided them, bu they were a bit stiff and line-dried I think... Umbrella


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Address: 9 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7HF, United Kingdom