Elmhurst Hotel

Address: 51 Church Rd, Reading, Berkshire, England, RG6 1EY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 51 Church Rd, Reading, is near The Oracle, Silchester, Museum of English Rural Life, and Reading Abbey Ruins.
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      Park side

      A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Aug 16, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... night trains whenever possible to cut down on accommodation costs, and make the most of travel time. We are then left with a conundrum, we have a little extra money. Do we spend a month or 6 weeks in Canada for the fall? Or do we extend our journey by a month and possibly see Spain, or spend an extra week or two in Greece? We could easily blow those funds in Finland, Sweden and Norway. Or travel to Turkey and soak ...

      Warner Brothers Harry Potter Studio Tour

      A travel blog entry by damodif on Jul 01, 2014

      13 photos

      ... with only 3 stops along the way. We found the bus stop for the shuttle and within 20 mins we were on board and on our way for the 15 min trip to the studios. The Harry Potter film series made Leavesden its home for more than ten years. As the books were still being released while the films were being made, the production crew saved many of the iconic sets, props and costumes that were created especially for the films - ...

      Thursday May 15

      A travel blog entry by drew54 on May 15, 2014

      8 photos

      ... for lunch. Despite being in suburban Petersham, a very upmarket suburb of London, the nursery is down a long narrow lane and backs onto pastures along the Thames, where cows are grazing. The nursery itself is very rustic, and the restaurant, with dirt floors and shadecloth overhead, is perfect. I have scallops and halibut. Lisa has scallops and asparagus tagliatelle. All our meals are superb, washed down with ...

      45 Reasons Everyone Should Live Abroad Once

      A travel blog entry by slee604 on Mar 01, 2014

      ... we'll be better judges of where we need to go next or just being OK with not knowing. This trip has taught us to go with the flow and take opportunities by the horns!25. To learn how exactly to serve absinthe: In progress...26. To realise that no matter how lonely you are, you can get through this: In progress, and the spontaneous messages from my friends & family are great reminders that we should take advantage of every opportunity and that ...

      My Departure

      A travel blog entry by kerrysworldtour on Jan 13, 2014

      So the day has finally arrived and its time to say goodbye to my nearest and dearest! The bag still has a few bits to go in, so I'll be lucky if I can actually get it shut! Mixed emotions of excitement and nerves, but overall the excitement is taking over. Looking forward to the many adventures ahead and the beautiful sights we will see. So with money, passport and camera at the ready, I'm ready to set off on the trip of a life time!!! ...