Travel Blogs from Maidenhead
... for about 30 minutes to see the Crown Jewels. It was actually worth it but as you can guess, no photos allowed + Boat ride - we took a 30 Minute boat ride across the Thames river to the London Eye + London eye - we had a voucher so we collected our tickets. Then it was off to the queue. 1 hour this time. It was 6:00 pm when we boarded the London Eye. This was amazing and a good way to see just how big London is. Population of London is 8.5 million + ...
... for dinner. We had dinner at this English pub called Three Tuns. I had a delicious burger, that filled me up so much, that I turned down dessert! And Mum and Dad had a pie. As we were walking home, we stopped in a couple of clothes shops, and then watched a bit of TV back at the hotel until it was time to go to sleep. In the middle of the night, there were fireworks, and it was really hot because we didn't have the fan on! But I still got to sleep ...
... little electric boat, with champagne and canapés. Diego gives David instructions on how far we can go (don't go under the second bridge!). We past numerous magnificent waterfront homes and some that are not so magnificent. The trip is beautiful but the star of the show is definitely the canapés supplied by the restaurant. They are absolute works of art and soooo delicious. The champagne isn't bad either. I could get used to this!
Arriving back at the dock and ...
... as compared to other cities in the world but you can be never too such of anything in l9fe. This is why it is always quite necessary to take adequate measures in making your upcoming vacation as safe as you wish it to be.
Most of the majorly explored sightseeing attractions are spots where all of the petty crimes
take place. It is not only about London but any other cities in the ...
... Ben, climb the Clock Tower and even watch committee hearings. You can even take guided tours that are about 75 minutes long and are available Monday through Saturday; during the months of August and September and the Saturday tours are available year round. Another must-see place is Westminster Abbey with a history that involves Kings and Queens, poets, statesmen and soldiers, priests, villains and heroes. More than one million visitors come to ...
Other places to stay in Maidenhead
Rd1 Box 458 Rte 5, Putney | B&Bfrom $111
The Bridge Bridge Road, Maidenhead | Hotelfrom $97
Marlow Road, Maidenhead | 3 star hotelfrom $149
Ray Mead Road, Maidenhead | 3 star hotelfrom $104
Shoppenhangers Road, Maidenhead | 4 star hotelfrom $164
Fukushima Station, Maidenhead | 3 star hotelfrom $65
Bath Road, Maidenhead | Hotelfrom $137
Castle Hill, Maidenhead | 3 star hotelfrom $110
Bath Road, Maidenhead | Hotelfrom $116
13 Boyn Hill Avenue, Maidenhead | Hotelfrom $74