Looks awesome, too bad it was rejected, I really like the simplicity.
Best looking rejected theme I have seen so far.
Its a cool area, it is the new media/arty territory and loads of cool places to eat, drink etc. Pretty central ad easy tube journeys to everything you might want to go to – good choice!
Thanks for your confirmation, I’ll be sure to ask more questions if I will have any, thanks everyone
Does it have to be a hotel or would you consider a hostel? When you say “city” do you actually mean the city or do you mean like Oxford street etc?
Look at http://www.hostelworld.com/hosteldetails.php/MEININGER-London-Hyde-Park/London/17414#facilities I believe thier dorms sleep 8 so you may be able to get a whole one to yourselves-it gets great reviews and is v central (quite posh bit).
http://hostelworld.com/hosteldetails.php/YHA-London-Oxford-Street/London/6996#availability these guys have private 3 and 4 bed dorms for sure and a little more expensive but still insanely cheap for london and it is right on oxford street.
Neither of these are glamourous but meant to be clean and cheap for a few nights which is becoming rare in london!! If you tell me what you want to see/do I can suggest other areas.
Otherwise look at http://www.hostelworld.com/ if you want a different area or http://booking.com for hotels.
Hey Alex, thanks for detailed info.
We don’t have a specific places to visit yet so it would be best if we could find accommodation as close as possible to “everything”. We are perfectly fine with a hostel or really anything that is clean and affordable.
I’ll be checking your suggestions in detail when I arrive home, thanks a lot!
Hi guys, my friends and I are traveling to London at the end of September and we would need help finding cheap accommodation.
There are 7 of us and we are staying in London for 3 days. We are looking for anything close to the city center and as cheap as possible.
Thank you for any and all help.
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inline styling is still allowed for such purpose.
What is forbidden is hardcoding styles inline, for example like this:
<section style="background: #fff;"></section>
but this is allowed:
<section style="background: <?php echo $bgcolor; ?>;"></section>
To sum up, if you are using inline styles for dynamic theme customization, it’s fine.