Boathouse & Bridge Hotel

Bridge Road, Chertsey, Surrey, England, KT16 8JZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Chertsey

Paris - London

A travel blog entry by lad.kennedy

15

... of 4seats and we found it intriguing that the older couple opposite us never made eye contact, let alone conversation. Don was about to initiate conversation more than once and each time I admonished him to be quiet as I could see they were not interested in talking. Once we reached the outskirts of Pais the train sped up markedly. There were a few expletives uttered until I got used to the passing of oncoming trains! We weren't long into the ...

Day 3 - I'm getting used to this.

A travel blog entry by mddpdx

1
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Anyway, after Hyde Park, Flo and I went to the Westminster area and saw Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and Scotland Yard. After that, I finally went to my first London-Indian meal. It was SO good (see pictures below). I've mostly been eating Asian food; Sophie and I went to a Korean restaurant last night called Kimchee (also pictured below).

I'm feverishly typing before my 40 minutes for 2 runs out at the hostel. More next ...

The Otts Conquer London

A travel blog entry by jotty

4
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... day consisted of a huge walk again through the Gardens down to Buckingham Palace, then through St James Park, to the Military area where we saw the Horse Guards, we then took in the Churchill War Rooms which was a highlight for Matt and continued to Downing Street, Westminster and the Houses of Parliament (Big Ben). The line for the Abbey was huge so we crossed the Thames to the South Bank and the London Eye. Once again the lines were huge.

Our ...

A trip down memory lane

A travel blog entry by salmorton01

4

... exception to this is Kingston, which used to be a nice centre with an old albeit small market place, but is now a horrendous one way system. Richmond is still  lovely, however, and would be my favourite place to live if back in the UK. Brentford was a poor  working class area when I was young, but is starting to gentrify, with its proximity to London, and its riverside position. Not one thing has changed about the street that I grew up in, in ...

Hair of the dog

A travel blog entry by sammybenny

3

... to stay at the hotel and find something for dinner a little later. I walked with Benny down to Paddington station and once he had left, I explored a little around Paddington. I found a Marks and Spencer (kind of like Coles) and had a walk around checking out all the different foods. Ready made meals are extremely popular here and for 2 pound you can get some beautiful ready made salads, fresh soups and heat and serve meals ...

Location

This hotel, located on Bridge Road, Chertsey, is near Thorpe Park, Brooklands Museum, Mercedes-Benz World at Brooklands, and Runnymeade.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good