Copper Inn

Address: Church Road, Pangbourne on Thames, Reading, Berkshire, England, RG8 7AR, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Church Road, Pangbourne on Thames, Reading, is near Highclere Castle, Beale Park, Basildon Park, and Mapledurham House.
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Travel Blogs from Reading

Around the World in One Museum

A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 30, 2014

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... true masterpieces of Rembrandt, Michelangelo and Monet. We walk through Soho and Elizabeth chooses an Italian place for dinner. The whole trip, Italian food has been so good because it's made by actual Italians, not second to fourth generation Italians like at home. This meal is no less amazing. Hand made pasta, and incredible wine. We stop for birthday ice cream on our way back to the hotel, our last British dairy. The ice cream drips down the cones as the boys lap it ...

First day in St Petersberg

A travel blog entry by sjf51794 on May 20, 2014

Breakfast was busy but with plenty of choice on the menu. The weather is set fair with beautiful blue skies. This morning we have an organised trip to see some of the sights in the town. The coach trip was interesting as it showed how large the city is and how confusing all the waterways and island are. We stopped at St Nicholas, Admiralty and the statue of Alexander 11. We looked at St Issacs Cathedral. The cathedral so the spilled ...

SO MUCH STUFF, so little money...

A travel blog entry by trackmybackpack on Feb 18, 2014

... really really REALLY excited about doing this trip, but that doesn't mean that this part is not going to be any less stressful. I like to plan and make lists, lots and lots of lists; as anyone who knows me will tell you- I looooove lists. So you would think that naturally this kind of planning would involve a lot of my beloved lists and such, and to some extent you would be right in assuming that I get a certain amount of satisfaction in planning something of ...

The Mission

A travel blog entry by nicole.duncan on Dec 09, 2013

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... of my mother's mother were the ones that inspired me to make the most of time and opportunity to take a long desired trip before it was too late. But it is my father's mother to whom I owe the debt of teaching me to plan my travels, carefully balancing the pieces that are pre-arranged with the days that aren't so there is some adventure. A map and a plan but not a rigorous timetable. Early on she would send off letters to the hotels in places she knew she needed ...

Departure day.

A travel blog entry by jamieontheroad on Nov 01, 2013

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The feeling of nervousness is overwhelming. Mixed with every other feeling I've been experiencing, the cocktail of emotions churning in my belly is starting to make me feel nauseous. I've been planning this trip for just under a year yet I still feel taken aback, unorganised and longing for more time to prepare. This feeling was confounded when on our way to the airport we had to stop off at the local doctors surgery so I could get my last dose of Hep B vaccinations! A quick turnaround ...