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Travel Blogs from Maidenhead
... the bombs during the Blitz of WWII and became known as an icon of the resilience shown in the capital during the crisis. Inside ,some 30m above the main paved area,is the first of three domes,actually a dome inside a cone,inside a dome,supported by eight huge columns. The crypt has memorials to up to 300 military demigods,including Wellington,Kitchener,and Nelson.the most poignant memorial is to Sir ...
... was an asylum and school for children orphaned by war. When the school relocated to Dover in the early 1900s, the building was taken over by the Ministry of Defence. The Cadogan Estate took ownership of the Duke of York’s Headquarters in December 1999 with the objective of opening up the site to the public and creating a focal point for the King’s Road.
The £45m project for the Cadogan Estate has created 15 ...
Today I visited the first of many schools on my trip. Most of these schools have been chosen because they have new or near new buildings and/or incorporate ICTs effectively in their classroom programmes. For this reason I've decided to write the school visit entries on my blog with a more professional slant as I reflect on what I've observed in relation to our context at Sumner School and hopefully draw out some conclusions that will ...
... unscathed, but with bugs, at about 11am the following morning. The trip was Bus, Railcar, Night Train, Metro, Eurostar, Underground, Train and taxi.
Quiet night New Years Eve, but we had a good sleep and we are busy repacking and getting laundry done. Seems every time we get back we unload something else from the bike luggage.
The riding is very mundane at the moment as we are only ...
... are sculptures that were taken by the British Lord Elgin from Athens and now sit in the British Museum. These sculptures were once part of the Parthenon and Acropolis structures that you can visit in Athens which I have done, and I have already seen the marbles but since Daniel hadn’t and people come the world over I made sure he got to see them.
Daniel is into history, so we spoke about our memories from high school in history with Gatsios and although ...
Other places to stay in Maidenhead
Manor Lane, Maidenhead | 4 star hotelfrom $111
The Bridge, Maidenhead | Hotelfrom $97
Marlow Road, Maidenhead | 3 star hotelfrom $149
Ray Mead Rd, Maidenhead | 3 star hotelfrom $104
Shoppenhangers Road, Maidenhead | 4 star hotelfrom $164
Bray on Thames, Maidenhead | 3 star hotelfrom $102
Littlewick Green, Maidenhead | Hotelfrom $137
Castle Hill, Maidenhead | 3 star hotelfrom $110
Bath Road, Maidenhead | Hotelfrom $116
Boyne Hill Ave, Maidenhead | Hotelfrom $74