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 Silchester, The Oracle, Museum of English Rural Life, and Reading Abbey Ruins.
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    Travel Blogs from Reading

    Time to try and get organised...

    A travel blog entry by catherineforbes on Jul 25, 2014

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    ... soil, all those weeks of trying to learn it in that school in Antigua, Guatemala will come flooding back to me - es verdad?
    So I have bought a map, (I adore the feel of a real map - it makes it more exciting and real, somehow) a lock for my bag and a small reading torch - enough to be going on with thus far - more tomorrow when I start to get organised properly.
    Hasta ...

    Never go full Miley

    A travel blog entry by marzy on May 21, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... to have escaped the paparazzi haha but seriously..... #ThankYou The weekends festivities consisited of eating at an amzing French restaurant...then Saturday night was Vanessa's early birthday drinks. We headed off for some Kareoke which to be honest I was a bit nervous.... I mean I know I can rap insanely, but who blame me, cos when I getta rhyming i love the timing... Yeah I know right? Jay Z is calling....but kareoke is doifferent...but hold up did ...

    Chapter 2: Crossing the Sahara

    A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

    ... and that it had taken him six days. And that, to our amazement, he had done all this nourished only by biscuits. Biscuits. Dry, moisture sapping, crumbly biscuits. Not what is needed to pedal headlong into the world’s largest desert.

    Food arrived, eventually, to his cheerful quiver; a plateful so large that its contents bulged beyond its confines. Next to this lay a French stick the length of a cricket bat. I sat across from him in silence, for a man ...

    Day 4: The One With the Boys in Blue

    A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Dec 26, 2013

    15 photos

    ... hit that other bus!" Very inspiring.

    Still, the odds were good we'd survive considering we only needed to go about ten blocks. Sure enough we arrived early enough to walk around the whole of the stadium, do some shopping at the team-branded "Megastore," and get our picture taken with a pretty ****** facsimile of the 2012 Champions League trophy.

    Then it was time for the game itself. Having never been to a football/soccer match anywhere ...

    A day in london

    A travel blog entry by cbail32 on Sep 30, 2013

    17 photos

    ... 163;18 entrance fee, I'm too stingy to pay that. The funny thing is that the back entrance there is only a guy with a red dress to stop the baddies mmmmmm, wonder which entrance Abdul would use? Then over to the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. Have seen them so many times in books, movies etc it seemed like I'd been there before. So next was a ferry ride to Greenwich village, under the Tower Bridge. This whole day has been slightly surreal, all the monuments ...