Today’s guest post has been written by Constantin Singureanu from Hotel 55, located near my favourite tube station – North Ealing. It’s a cosy contemporary hotel and a perfect starting point to exploring leafy Ealing and its neighbours.
Been to the museums? Browsed through every department of Harrods but still feel like you haven’t gotten to know South Kensington well enough. Do you have some energy left? Enjoy a slow contemplative stroll away from the hustle and bustle near the tube station and get to know some fascinating places. Here’s your guide.
Sandra Bauer, Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College: I love to walk up to Hammersmith and sit down in one of the parks to take in the scenery.
Sandra Bauer, marketing manager from Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College, talks about her favourite places in the area and the role of the college in the community. How long you’ve been working at the college? I have been working at the College since February 2016, so just six months now. It has gone very quickly. The whole team is pretty new and we’ve enjoyed learning about the College and the local communities together. What’s your first memory of working in theRead More→
Walk from Acton Central to Hammersmith has everything urban walker needs – plenty of independent shops along and green spaces to relax.
Walking from West Acton to North Ealing tube station and further towards Ealing Broadway is like travelling in time. Each part of this walk is like another world taken from a different period of history. You won’t be bored.