Wigram House (No Facilities)

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84/99 Ashley Gardens Thirleby Road London Sw1p 1hh
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Very Good
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  • Families100
  • Couples57
  • Solo80
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

london university lodging

by katvg

has anyone stayed in university dorms during the summer? i have one night (ryanair layover) in london & am thinking of booking a room at the university of westminster (near the victoria station/buckingham palace). i was curious if anyone has done something like this, is it easy to check in/out? thought it might be interesting to stay at a school...

Re: london university lodging

by eleanorbueza

If you plan on staying at UofW dorms during the summer, you better book now! Don't be fooled just because Wigram House is in SW1 that it'll offer posh rooms. Just keep in mind that it is undergraduate student accommodation. It was the experience of my friends at the UofW halls at Marylebone (both undergrads and postgrads) that lift service is poor, it's cold, and very loud all year round except during examination time. You can e-mail comserv@wmin.ac.uk for more info.

Travel Tips for London

See Westminster Abbey..The...

by dansatt

See Westminster Abbey..The Tower of London. Do not miss the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square..one of the greatest Art collections in the world. Saint Pauls Cathedral (Wrens' Masterpiece) is awsome...When one is tired of London..one is tired of life! Watching a beautiful Winter sunset from
the ancient Tower of London..Standing on Westminster Bridge and listening to Ben Strike Midnight...

Walking along the South Bank of the Thames..
On our 2nd trip we rode the London Eye..What A VIEW!!

Watch a MUSICAL! London is...

by O.KATALINA

Watch a MUSICAL! London is THE place to catch world-famous and not-so-famous musicals. We watched Sunset Boulevard and Miss Saigon during our week stay there. We actually tried to watch Mark and Mandy too but when we went to the theatre that evening, we couldn't get any tickets because there was a bomb scare and the police was surrounding that theatre and combing through it. Those with tickets were just hanging around - I hope they managed to watch it finally! If you have never watched any musical before, I highly recommend you to start with Les Miserables (by Cameron Mackintosh) and Phantom of the Opera (by Andrew Lloyd Webber). My personal favourite is Les Miserables and I have watched it twice when it toured in Singapore and heard the CD countless time. The music was out of this world and story very heartwarming. Next time I get to go to London, I will watch it again at the Les Mis Palace - don't miss it!

Royal Albert Hall

by pili

It was conceived by Albert, husband of Queen Victoria, as a centrepiece of a single site surrounded by scientific, cultural and academic institutions. Construction began in 1867 (after Albert's death from typhoid in 1861) and was completed in 1870.Today the Albert Hall seating up to 7000, is famous for its classical and rock music concerts, but possibly best known for the annual "proms".

Waiting in a Queue

by shutterlust

For the North America - UK cultural shift...

A 'line' is called a 'queue'. It is a formation of people, one behind the other, forming a line. It can be straight or curved or look like a Z, but it is a formation in which people wait. You *wait* your turn. The UK is famous for their love of queues and I don't think it's a bad thing at all. It should be adopted the world over. You wait in an orderly fashion. It's proper, it's polite, it's lovely.

Umbrellas

by novsco61

Don't forget to pack un umbrella because it rains almost every day. I was very lucky that it rained only once in whole week. But it was the only day that I didn't have the umbrella with me.I forgot it in my room.So I had to buy another (the third) one .Fortunately there was a stall with souvenirs just around the corner and I bought umbrella there for 5 pounds.

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