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Throughout our stay we did not see another human being! We did see a couple of creepy crawlies, but not people! (We arrived just before 7pm and left the following morning at 10am)
Our room was ok - very tatty and tired, but the beds...More
When we arrived we were welcomed by a lovely woman who I believe was the owner. Easy and quick check in no thrills. What I didn't like for £105 for 2 off us there was no breakfast included within the deal. Which was a little...More
The lady who answered the door was pleasant enough though clearly not the owner as from the multitude of Fortune Cats in the 'reception' are for this also interpret 'shrine', she is Chinese. My daughter sat down on the single bed and it was soaked,...More
On arrival was greeted by owner. Nice and friendly. Booked in. No problems except we were charged £23.00 for 2 full English Breakfast. I was born at night but it wasn't last night. Asked for my money back for the breakfast which was swiftly returned...More
We were shown to the basement room. It was very basic and unwelcoming. Carpet and walls were filthy. Bathroom was not one pictured on website and was grim. Whole room and indeed hotel needed upgraded. All plug sockets in room had double plugs attached with...More
Greenwich Mean Time starts here, so to speak, as the very concept of global time was established at Royal Observatory, just one of several buildings of architectural interest in Greenwich. Indeed, the whole of Greenwich's historic town center, its Royal Park and a number of related buildings (and one world famous ship, the Cutty Sark) make up the UNESCO World Heritage site known as Maritime Greenwich. Today a
laser beam is shot out across the night sky from the Observatory to mark the location of the Prime Meridian. Other bold (some say brash) 21st century additions to the area include landmarks such as The O2 entertainment complex (previously known as the Millennium Dome) and the Air Line cable cars, which offer scenic transport across the Thames between North Greenwich and the Royal Docks.