Wisteria Cottage B&B

Address: 46 Dennis Road, East Molesey, Surrey, England, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 46 Dennis Road, East Molesey, is near Hampton Court Palace, Bushy Park, Everyman Cinema, and River Island.
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Travel Blogs from East Molesey

Another Day Another Palace

A travel blog entry by nicole.mctye on Jun 26, 2015

3 comments, 43 photos

... which has a Clock above the archway, very inventive. In this courtyard there is a foundation which King Henry VIII had filled with wine for everyone to drink! The first tour I tried was of Henry VIII's Apartments starting in the Great Hall where a scene of Macbeth was about to be acted out. I had a coughing fit and had to run outside so my dying didn't interrupt! Once I composed myself I went back in and watched a bit but couldn't understand a word they were saying so decided ...

Good Old King Henry VIII

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Mar 10, 2015

20 photos

... palace for a few years before he fell out with the King, due to him not being able to arrange the annulment of the King's and Catherine of Aragon's marriage so he could marry Anne Boleyn. The palace was passed onto the King as a gift. King Henry VIII, being ever so gracious, gave Wolsey 4 days to pack and move out telling him to leave all the goods in chattel in place as this was also part of his gift. Wolsey was actually the Archbishop of York even though he had ...

ATP World Finals

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Nov 09, 2014

8 photos

... Our first match of the day was a doubles match, then Murray vs Kei Nishikori, followed by a lengthy break, then the night session started. I moved seats to a less impressive view, but it was still good. Another doubles match was up first and then Federer vs Raonic. Both singles matches were good, although there was not the same intense feeling one has at a grand slam.


Hello, May I Speak to the Queen of England?

A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Sep 20, 2014

22 photos

... printed map. Anyway, armed with all that information, I set out to conquer London.

My first stop was Borough Market, which was touted as a foodie heaven. It is one of the largest and oldest markets in London - this year, it celebrates 1000 years since it has opened. I kinda wished I hadn't had breakfast already when I got there, although that didn't keep me from sampling! You can buy everything you could think of here - meat that's being butchered on the sport, ...

Chunnel trip to UK

A travel blog entry by yaffa on Jul 29, 2014

1 comment

... to appear. From here we kept walking till we got to Buckingham palace again so many people flag was on pole but wasn't flying so not sure if that was because of lack of wind or queen was just not in residence. From here we re boarded bus again getting off at bond street and walking down Knightsbridge till we found Harrods we were surprised was still open as we were told stores close at 6.00pm so we bought some dinner for ...