Caversham House Lodge

Address: 164 - 166 Caversham Rd, Reading, Berkshire, England, RG1 8AZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 164 - 166 Caversham Rd, Reading, is near Museum of Reading, Forbury Gardens, and Stratford Saye House.
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Travel Blogs from Reading

Camden Place, Buckingham Palace & A Night Bus Tour

A travel blog entry by kerrilyn on Jun 29, 2014

4 comments, 23 photos

... bus. It would mean Eli didn’t have to walk around on his sore ankle and Kyria could take some night photos.

This trip topped the day off. It had been a bit frustrating today, as things hadn’t gone quite to plan and this definitely made up for it. The bus was open on the top story and it got pretty cold! But it was a great trip, well worth it. It was a bit hard to take photos, as the bus didn’t always stop but I got a few. I just love all the ...

Pack it in!

A travel blog entry by katyflo on Jan 21, 2014

1 photo

So I decided to do a stock take of everything I have to pack last night, and to see if I could fit it all in by backpack. I've been keeping a drawer of everything I intend on taking and I was getting a bit worried as even closing the drawer was getting a bit tricky, let alone fitting all of it in.

When I emptied the drawer onto the bed and put my backpack next to it all my first thought was "no chance". Given my shoes, jacket, and some of my toiletries ...

TOWER BRIDGE & TRANSPORT MUSEUM

A travel blog entry by digordon on Sep 14, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... the Draft House. We were served by a girl from Albury. We then caught a RV1 bus to Covent Garden where we visited the Transport Museum. This covered London public transport - walking, horse drawn, steam driven, steam locomotives and electrical trains from 1904 onwards. Many of the tunnels were hand dug and petrol and diesel buses were on display. We walked to Leicester Square and went home on the Piccadilly and District lines. We enjoyed a takeaway Thai ...

Great London

A travel blog entry by adamcarly on Jun 29, 2013

19 photos

... is much like a squash court except only aristocrats play there. Anyway enjoying many cups of tea and biscuits, going out for dinner tonight with Carly's extended family then a lazy Sunday maybe. Just thought I would throw in a couple of book reviews whilst I'm here. American sniper - worst. Book. Ever. Rednecks do exist and they are legally allowed to kill people. 1984 by George Orwell- nothing like the year of my birth. And I was neither mentioned nor credited. Bye ...

Cheese Roll and France

A travel blog entry by evanbelldvm on Jun 04, 2013

... to YouTube it.... See very odd. Essentially the rules are that a wheel of cheese is rolled down a hill and whoever makes it down first gets the glory, and a wheel of cheese. Did I mention that the hill is steeper than a black diamond ski run? That's kinda important. These people just run full tilt after the wheel and tumble, flop, face plant and all sorts of other things to win the race. The reason I'm glad I didn't run it (although very torn) is a few serious injuries ...

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