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How great to finally see the famous Paddington Station, we stayed in a Hotel close to the Station so we could have quick access to get to the Airport by train. You read about the old Stations in books, but seeing them in the flesh...More
Did a lot of walking through the capital this week but needed to take the tube just once and bumped into this guy on my way out. Nice and quiet when I was there but in the peak - different story I imagine!
So the concourse is small and trains can be called as late as 10 min to go. The retail is on 3 levels which is a bit of a pain and the ticket office almost hidden . with also noting Paddington tube is several stations...More
First visit to the Pergola Bar at Paddington, booked on line, really easy, arrived 15 minutes before the table booking, lovely place really well decorated, lively bar with very different age groups, a good place to celebrate at birthday. The staff were very good they...More
Inside is all right, but to get there you have to cough your way through the wall of smoke and avoid tripping over the rubbish. They should pay more attention to keeping the outside rubbish-free and to keep smokers outside the building and definitely NOT...More
Paddington Station is where the Heathrow Express dropped me in London and I was immediately struck by the gorgeous architecture. The iron work is very unique and striking. My issue is that it was my first time there and there were not many signs and...More
I love this station, it’s iconic building is breathtaking. Lots of interesting design details. Lots of shops, a Sainsbury’s and Marks and Spencer for takeaway food. Two pubs one downstairs and one on the first floor, which is my favourite. Lots of food outlets. Connection...More
Easy access to numerous underground train lines as well as a direct link to Heathrow airport. Line markings on the ground guide you around the station and there are great shops and cafes to buy from while waiting for your train.
Brunel's terminus for the Great Western Railway is imposing, awash with light, with the sound of activity everywhere on the vast concourse. Trains bound for the West, to towns in Devon and Cornwall bring back holiday memories, a few hours away by express train. Tip-if...More
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Paddington Bear statue is in the station, he is not Winnie the Pooh, he is the lost bear from Peru in the Michael Bond books and the recent films, parts of which were filmed in the station. There is also a statue of Isambard... More
Paddington Bear statue is in the station, he is not Winnie the Pooh, he is the lost bear from Peru in the Michael Bond books and the recent films, parts of which were filmed in the station. There is also a statue of Isambard Kingdom Brunel who designed the station, and there is also a statue of a First World War soldier as part of a memorial to those who died. As well as the famous statue of Paddington bear there is painted bench where you can sit have a photo with him.