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Hotel help

So i need help..i'm traveling to london in november, from 2nd to 6th to be precise.I'm interested in hub hotels by premier inn.On the website hubhotels.co.uk it says that their hotel in Westminster opens in november and it offers dates from 21st of november,but on the website premierinn.com their parent company they offer my dates for the same hotel.I need your help to tell me is it safe to book that hotel.And also price of hub by premier inn Westminster for my dates is 282£ and price for hub by…

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I am looking for other travelers to share a car trip around the stone circles in the Lake District. I have posted on couchsurfing, can anyone recommend any websites for this kind of networking?

Cheers!

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On Monday I shall be meeting a friend from work in Fitzroy Square, and would like to go somewhere where we could have a conversation. I assume that all the 'pubs in the area will be cram full, so any creative suggestions?

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Hi, I am taking my teenage daughter to London for the first time this October. She loves music, concerts, festivals. Any advice on all-ages venues, underground clubs, etc., where she can attend?

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If I take this bus from Amiens in France to London, do people stay on the bus all the way. That is, does the bus go on the train through the Chunnel?

Or do you get dropped at the ferry or tunnel terminal and have to get another bus in Dover (?).

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I have been reading on the internet that nearly all (possibly 100% all) of the ATM machines in Heathrow airport are owned and operated by Travelex, and that they charge 10-11% rate of exchange, as opposed to bank connected and operated ATMs which only charge about a 3% fee. However, some of the information on this question seems to be out of date I am leaving in a few days and must have some cash once I arrive to take a bus to Oxford from the airport (I have been in touch with the bus company…

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Hello!

I am travelling to England for nine days later this month and need a little help with my itinerary. I am thinking that I need to spend four days in London to see what I want there, so that gives me five days to explore elsewhere. I have listed below the places that interest me. What I need is some insight into what I can scratch from the list, and some possible suggestions on sleeping location. I do have a free place to sleep in London so I want to spend most nights there if possible…

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Hi all, we will be in in the St Asaph/Brockley Road area for 2 days next May, visiting the new-born grandchild. We're looking for reasonably priced accommodation in the SE4 2EB region, hotel, b & b, all ok with us. Any suggestions would be much appreciated (we'll be flying from NZ, so don't know the area well). Also, advice on the easiest and/or cheapest way to get from the accommodation to Heathrow? Manny thanks.

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Just wondering if anyone could recommend a village/ small town close to London that we could use as a base for exploring London, Bath and the Cotswolds. We would like to book day trips.

Also we are attending the Battle of Hastings on October 16th, so I would appreciate any suggestions for the Southeast as well.

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From what I can work out.

Bus is significantly cheaper than train.
You can get advance purchase tickets for both, but bus is still cheaper.
Bus stops can move, but train stations are fixed.
There is more room on a train and there are toilets.
You can take your bag into the train carriage, but big bags are out of sight in the luggage compartment of the bus.
But do you get more weirdos on the bus than the train? Think Greyhound buses in USA.

Route will be something like…