Holiday Inn Express London Chingford-North Circular
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White Hart Lane Stadium is home to the North London football club Tottenham Hotspurs. The Club has been playing in this location since 1899, when it was a nursery belonging to the White Hart Lane pub. Since then a proper stadium has been built, the original having been designed by football ground designer Archibald Leitch and redeveloped several times since. The stadium as it is today has the capacity for up to 36240 spectators and two Jumbotron screens. Visitors are able to take a peep behind the scenes during a stadium tour which leads through the boardroom, dressing room, Directors box and trophy room before finally going through the tunnel up on the turf. Tours for groups of up to 25 people are held on non-match Saturdays between 11am and 1pm. Nearest tube : Seven Sisters (Victoria Line), from there on various bus lines or a walk of about 20 minutes
The Gunners is a pub located in North London, just a short walk from the home of Arsenal FC - the Emirates Stadium. The pub is famous for being the meeting place of Arsenal fans. It is also known as the unofficial museum of Arsenal FC where fans may see a number of photos showing memorable moments of the team’s history and various players holding trophies and awards gained by the Arsenal team. The pub has two separate areas. The rear area has two pool tables and a couple of TV’s on which fans are offered the opportunity to watch Arsenal matches. The main bar is located at the front of the pub and features high bar stools as well as a raised seating area which can be hired by fans on match days or days when Arsenal are live on TV.
Ouvert pour la première fois en 1873, ce palais est un lieu polyvalent, qui accueille divers événements, allant des conférences jusqu'aux concerts ou célébrations privées. Bien placé entre Picadilly Circus et la Colline Muswell , il est facile d'accès. Sa notoriété ne diminue pas, il est, d'ailleurs, devenu un lieu incontournable de Londres.
Emirates Stadium is home to London Football Club Arsenal FC. This new stadium was opened on October 26, 2006 by Queen Elisabeth and offers space for 60.432 spectators. It also offers a fan shop and the Arsenal Museum. The museum is located at the Northern Triangle Building and displays memorabilia such as shirts and boots from former players, medals, cups and much more. The museum is open daily from 10am - 6pm, apart from matchdays when it is open from 9.30am until kick-off. Entrance fee for the museum is £6. Further there is a possibility to take a tour through the stadium. The tour leads through the players changing area, the tunnel and the home dug-out, the directors box, the press lounge and the Arsenal Museum. Tours are available from Monday to Sunday and cost £12. For match information and ticket booking please visit the website. Please note that the Emirates Stadium is a non-smoking venue. Nearest tube: Arsenal (Piccadilly Line) Train : Kings Cross, from there with the underground (Piccadilly Line until Arsenal, alternatively Victoria Line to Highbury & Islington)
Baishakhi Mela is the Bengali New Year Festival. It is Europe's largest Asian open-air festival, a global mix of music, food, history and culture. Baishakhi Mela is based in Brick Lane (the heart of London's Bangladeshi community), a short walk from Aldgate East, Aldgate, Liverpool Street, Whitechapel or Shorditch (due to open around 2010) station, or alternatively, there are a large number of buses that will take you directly there. The first Baishakhi Mela festival was in 1997, when the Bangladeshi community wanted to celebrate the Bengali New Year in England. For more information about the history or to view the programme & dates, please check the website.