Ashdown Park Hotel & Country Club
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAshdown Park Hotel & Country Club Wych Cross
My flight to Bangkok got cancelled and BA arranged for me and 100+ other passengers to stay here overnight. After waiting in queues for over 4 hours and 1 hour+ coach ride, arriving here was a pleasant surprise. First class service from the moment we got off the coach and huge bedroom to myself (all paid for by BA), and was able to continue my stalled journey feeling refreshed.
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... yet. I wandered along the thames (wrong way first then went back again) and found a nice little cafe to enjoy a bite and some free wifi. I had intended to go to Westminster abbey this afternoon but I didn't make it. By the time I ate and found a tour or stonehenge I could get into, it was four. Knowing we had plans to go out that night I thought it best to head for home and freshen up. Believe it or not, London in september and it was muggy. The ...
... think I was an international terrorist while opening an account here. - Not even sure now why I did it. I basically did it and gave up and just ordered a BOA credit card with a chip because I can't do ANYTHING without that darn Credit card chip! P.S. I'm always accepting monetary donations for you entertainment :) JK
... timing and once out of the state rooms caught the changing of the guard which was very interesting. They literally shout 'old guard' and 'new guard at each other. It was a very hot and sunny day, must have been awful for them in their beaver fur hats and full wool suits! Then it was back on the bus to bath. What a beautiful city! It is mandatory for even new buildings to still be constructed in the same stone that the old buildings are made ...
... it has been destroyed twice and heavily damaged 3 times. We climbed to the third level of the cathedral and saw the city skyline! We climbed Over 300 stairs and we practically ran up them. We saw magnificent views of the city but it was cloudy (no surprise) and very cold. After St Paul's, we were browsing an outdoor store while we figured out where to eat. I know this is common sense, but when you are walking around a lot, you need comfy clothes and socks. My feet have been ...
On a cold wet and windy day it is very hard to get going when there is no immediate rush to go anywhere. So eventually we made it to Hartley, better known to some as the home of Pooh Corner. First we needed lunch where it was warm, so a pint and a steak and kidney pie were called for.
Then off to Ashdown 'forest' to walk the dogs in the cold and the wind. Invigorating to say the ...