Bradenham Manor

Address: High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England, HP14 4HF, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in High Wycombe, is near Hughenden Manor, Roald Dahl Museum, and Danesfield House Spa.
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Travel Blogs from High Wycombe

In London at last!

A travel blog entry by soozziip on Jun 18, 2015

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Was pleased that the flight was really not too bad. Managed to get some sleep between Adelaide and Dubai and despite the 5:30 landing in Dubai it was just such an amazing site that the time didn't matter. Spent the stopover looking at the duty free shops. ... And dreaming! Then into the A380 Airbus! So big and lots of ...

Brittany Vervynckt

A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 15, 2015

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Wow was today a long day! We started off by meeting as a group to take the tube to Lord's Cricket Club. We had a bit of a walk to meet our destination, but not to far. I was apart of the first group, which had the chance to experience cricket at its finest. Before playing the sport, we had the opportunity to watch professional cricket players and see how the game is ...

Rememberance Day

A travel blog entry by jlmcclure on Nov 11, 2014

We had a lot to do today, as it was our last day in London. We had to pick the things we wanted to do most as there is still so much left to see and do. Our first stop was the Changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace. After breakfast we headed through the palace gardens and joined the growing crowd outside the palace gate. We were advised to get there about an hour early as it gets very crowded and sure enough it ...


A travel blog entry by elainemcclure on Sep 07, 2014

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Today we visited the garden of Claude Monet at Giverny, about one and half hours drive out of Paris. We saw some beautiful country on the way, quaint little houses and some spectacular churches. The gardens were absolutely beautiful and serene then after wondering through them we were able to go through his house. Claude Monet had 6 children and the house was obviously built ...

Back to London

A travel blog entry by snealy on Jul 20, 2014

After saying goodbye to Avril and Robert this morning we headed up to the elusive Eccles Pike which last time we were there we couldn't find, you know how mountains can be tricky to see?? It was up a windy country road and then a short walk up the mountain to have 360 degree views of the Peak District. It was a bit misty so we didn't get a clear view but still worth a look. Then down the smallest roads we have been on, dodging cyclists, geese, sheep, horses, ...

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