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Visiting London Crystal Palace



sea camel
Belgium

Visiting London Crystal Palace
 
Hello everybody
 
We are going to visit London in May. Our hotel ( 2 hotels because we have a group of  about 180 students and 15 teachers) is in the neighbourhood of Crystal Palace. Because you can īt take a late train with a group this big, we think about returning to our hotel early. But that means we will let our pupils have something to eat in the Crystal Palace neighbourhood.  Does anyone know this neighbourhood? Is it sensible and safe for our students to do this?
 
Normally we would stay in the neighbourhood of Covent Garden and let the students have something there. After that we would return to our hotel by Tube. Unfortunately our bus drivers don īt want to drive us to our hotels because of regulated driving times. So we have to take the train as no underground train goes this far.
 
I realize we are taking a huge group but we are asked to do so...
 
Kristien
 
 

15 Apr 2009      



Zora
Canada

I was looking up the area on Wiki and it seems to be a relatively "good" area for your students to be. It sounds like it is a fairly "rural" type area - small town-like even....

Here īs the wiki link:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crystal_Palace,_London


Linda Smile

15 Apr 2009