Chessington Safari Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Chessington Safari Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Chessington Safari Hotel
Travel Blogs from Chessington
... South Quay. Ciggie buddy, fellow traveller and family member near by. Much appreciated! She gives the best impartial advice with anything. A keeper for sure. So off to see my mum for the bank holiday weekend. This is the penultimate Cornwall visit before I leave for Australia. I'll be going down for Christmas too but back in London for my flight on the 28th. Something tells me these few months are going to fly... Song of the day: David Guetta feat Sia - ...
... drunk. Yep, the all of the above are real options. So if on a night out you happen to kiss a guy, you become the town tramp because technically you've kissed every boy in town. If you dated a guy from Ross he'd be technically cheating on you all the time. The looks on the locals faces was priceless when Leandra asked "Ok, so if the guys do that, the girls do too right?" The smiles on their faced dropped and the amusement was gone from their eyes. They stared at us long and ...
... ever seen. Thank god we were allowed pictures! One part of the garden had a maze, which of course we had to do! And we completed it too! We took a picture as proof for our parents because we doubt they'd believe us due to our poor sense of direction. We then headed back to the hostel where we met two knew girls staying in our room since the Portuguese girls left. Christine and Christina are from Ontario and just finished their degrees at University ...
We had another early start to the day. First we went to Buckingham Palace to watch the changing of the guards. It was not what I expected it to be, but it was still very cool to see. They weren't in the typical red outfits that everyone pictures (red is for summer!). As you can probably imagine the place was packed and we couldn't see that well until about halfway through. After we had to stop and buy socks because I was stupid and ...
... probably as ‘head of the household’ with taking away his beautiful daughter and precious granddaughters off to a year of uncertainty without family and friends to a part to the world notorious for social upheaval and natural disasters. Up until then I had not envisaged any issue was going to be something that could not be resolved without resorting to my my new multi-function ‘Leatherman’ army knife or quick flick of the Lonely Planet guide. (both ...