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Visited Ealing many many times and I can't wait to go back. Even the weather is usually good. I like to walk up from Sainsburys on the Uxbridge road, past the Argyll Road junction and slowly wander along past the town hall and into the...More
When we visited in the evening it was not that busy. Just as well as we where all hungry and had last eaten at 12 noon. But we waited more than an hour to get our pizzas. This was annoying as we could see that...More
I last reviewed Ealing 3 years ago and in many respects it is the same pleasant and leafy suburb with very good transport connections that will improve further when Crossrail eventually arrives. There is a fantastic supply of restaurants and some great pubs within a...More
Though not far from the center of London( 3rd metro zone) Ealing has its own identity and a lot of population coming from different countries. The borough is divided in areas such as North, West, Common but the main attractions ,rightfully so , are in...More
Ealing Broadway is a large bustling area of roads with many well known high street shops and restaurants. Ealing has a large transport hub as well with a tube station and big bus terminal. The 65 bus route goes from Ealing Broadway to Kingston and...More
Ealing is a district of West London and forms part of Outer London. Ealing has a lot of parks, thriving independent shops and the residents are spoilt for choice with top quality restaurants and pubs. A nice place to visit or to stay.
Ealing is one of my local places to meet family and friends. It's not as good as it used to be. But it still has plenty of bars and restaurants. There are a decent amount of shops there too. Easily accessible by public transport with...More
This is a truly great place to stay while visiting, and if I was every to move to London I could totally live here. The Borough of Ealing is a hop skip and jump away from central London (by tube/bus). What's even better if you...More
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It's about 5 stops (via the Piccadilly/Blue Line) to Northfield Station. Very short ride, and every train from Heathrow goes there. If you need to get to the other side of Ealing I'd suggest taking the Blue line to... More
It's about 5 stops (via the Piccadilly/Blue Line) to Northfield Station. Very short ride, and every train from Heathrow goes there. If you need to get to the other side of Ealing I'd suggest taking the Blue line to Northfields and then cab/uber it to your destination.