The Windsor Trooper

97 St Leonards Road, Barkshire, Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, England, SL43BZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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We've arrived

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Mar 27, 2014

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We arrived at 5:30 am. We should have been exhausted by the 8 hour overnight flight from Chicago but find ourselves energized and excited. We rent a Fiat wagon, hold our breath and drive to Windsor. After completing logistics like a new sim card for the phones and converting US dollars to British Pounds we head to Windsor Castle. Wow, it's …


A travel blog entry by carole.hunter on May 13, 2014

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... the actual site and you are transported there bus. When you arrive you actually wonder if you are at the right place as there is no sign of the rock formation. I suppose it stops people from taking a photo from a distance and not paying an entry fee. We did the usual touristy thing, took photos from all angles. It is an amazing structure. Tonight we are staying in Windsor for our final night of the UK ...

Windsor. More literary references and royalty.

A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on Apr 26, 2014

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... Shakespeare); Datchet, famous for being a stop for three men in a boat (Jerome K. Jerome)( were they looking for the wives?) and Eton town and College. If I wanted any further allusions to Harry Potter it would have been at Eton. The buildings are very close together and it is hard to get a picture, but I did see the shop where the boys must go to get their uniforms, a master wandering along with his robes on and a building called Eton Porny School, which made me think that Eton had ...

From worry to Windsor

A travel blog entry by teambargey on Apr 05, 2014

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... than any measly words I can scribble. The latter is especially the case given the folks entombed within its walls, and some of the architecture going back hundreds and hundreds of years - the doors that the Royal Family usually enter it being from 1240. Perhaps the most poignant spot for us was the small chamber which is home to George VI (King's Speech for those not aware) and the Queen Mother, as well as Princess Margaret. While having absolutely no ...

Need a name!

A travel blog entry by suerussdrury on Jan 29, 2014


... The space where the fridge was is now a cupboard, so we could put one in there or we could look around for a car fridge. It needs a good clean up inside and a bit of tlc outside to make it pretty, but we can do that.
Now to get back home, back on Slough station, the train was running twenty minutes late, the one before was cancelled, change at Paddington for the underground Bakerloo line, change at Baker Street for the Jubilee line to ...

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This hotel, located on 97 St Leonards Road, Barkshire, Windsor, is near Windsor Castle, Queen Mary's Doll's House, St. George's Chapel, and Windsor Great Park.
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