De Vere Venues Wokefield Park

Address: Goodboys Lane, Reading, Berkshire, England, RG7 3AE, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Goodboys Lane, Reading, is near Wellington Country Park, The Anvil, Kennet & Avon Canal, and Madejski Stadium.
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    Travel Blogs from Reading

    Arrival in London

    A travel blog entry by kerrilyn on Jun 29, 2014

    4 comments, 18 photos

    ... scene was fantastic, in fact all the scenes were. The younger boy playing Simba was a bit annoying - he came across as really bratty and that wasn't really enjoyable to watch. But the scenes and costumes were great. I liked the giraffes the best! The only other drawback was that we were all really tired and struggled to stay awake throughout. I felt myself jerking awake every now and again. We all quite enjoyed it though.

    It was crazy trying to get home on the subway. ...

    Final Weekend in Reading

    A travel blog entry by toodlesontour on Mar 09, 2014

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... out for more than one or two, I predictable succumbed to the pressures of socialising, and ended up out out in Reading town. Now, those that know me understand that I cannot stand heading out clubbing in Reading - compared to other, more civilised places (like a bar in London or pub back home) I find the town to be full of arrogant, pretentious titheads after dark. Tonight was no exception, and the group frequented the most slutty of dives, Q Club, to celebrate our right ...

    The Mission

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

    1 photo

    ... a helicopter with bullets flying.

    And it is also to this grandmother that I owe my love of photography. My grandparents took early retirement and turned their photographic hobby into a second career, taking pictures of mission projects and seeing the world. At last count, my grandmother had travelled to 104 countries. Someday I will complete the epic project of digitising all of her negatives. I am only a few hundred into the 10,000 medium format black ...

    2 days to go

    A travel blog entry by thejadecave on Sep 04, 2013

    ... hire jeep ($50 dollars per day) or just brave the crazy bus, deep in the malarial North West jungle on the border with Laos and China.

    There's actually a slow bus that goes from Hanoi to China - could be cool, probably one for next time.

    I'm going to the Vietnamese embassy tomorrow morning to pick up a specially written letter of introduction, that apparently orders people to help me with my project. Hopefully it'll come in handy.





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    Some good, some not, some naive

    A travel blog entry by daveclarke6 on Aug 20, 2013

    ... Our safari company (Elite Safaris in Kampala) had juggled the itinerary many times in the build up to our trip but never once did they fully explain the total time we would spend in the car travelling from one place to another. When you are planning a trip in Uganda, it might be worth getting an indication of the time to be spent in travelling – some of the journies can be very long (6 hours plus for example) and Uganda roads are rarely ...