Fairlight Lodge Hotel
Travel Blogs from Windsor
... in her tracks at the sight of the pilot statue sat cross legged looking out to the continent stewing across the channel.
I've noticed UK gents of a certain age seem obsessed with how to optimise motorway routes. I found out why - something happened in or around the tunnel causing a complete shutdown of all lorries heading in the opposite direction to us. I've never seen 10 solid kilometers bumper to bumper lorries - ouch. I smugly continued along ...
... amazing. The grounds are 13 acres - we thought a hockey ground would be a great idea for the quadrangle. In fact we also thought that indoor hockey could be accommodated in St George's Hall .... we might write a letter suggesting it.
Whilst at Windsor Castle we were lucky enough to have a guided tour with the very entertaining Colin. Not sure that everyone got his humour but we certainly enjoyed it (I will post a video once I have worked out how ...
... queues for the rides so we did not have to wait for anything more than 3 minutes at the most. From the stories we have heard and the barriers we noticed for queues at the rides, it must be a nightmare to visit during peak periods. Legoland is located a few kilometres outside of Windsor on a hill which provided a fantastic view of Windsor Castle as well as Heathrow Airport and London in the distance, with the high-rises ...
... up. A very eclectic bunch of shops and stuff for sale. First English meal was fish and chips in a pub/restaurant. We were so tired we took a cab home for a long sleep. Next day dawned sunny and a pleasant +5. After a neighbourhood walk to pick up Oyster Cards, the London Transport card that gets you any where by bus, underground or overground we headed out on the #7 bus, just 200 m. from our front ...
... and bigger. There was a phone box up on the left that Dad and I had seen yesterday that we knew was the right way home. So after I pointed out 'the phone box on the left up there' to Daniel, Dad pointed out 'the phone box on the right'. Clearly it was on the left. Telling Dad this, he came up with every excuse under the sun as to why he said it was on the right, each one digging him further and further down that hole, but he wouldn't let up. We tried hugging him ...
Other places to stay in Windsor
18 High Street, Windsor | 4 star hotelfrom $148
- Nice hotel but avoid the restaurant for dinner.
- A super Hotel
- Hotel Has Pretentions Above It's Level
Windsor Road, Windsor | 4 star hotelfrom $205
- Fantastic Hotel
- Great Hotel, Terrible Staff
- Restaurant lets it down.
52 - 56 Thames St, Windsor | 3 star hotelfrom $176
- Faded English grandeur
- Excellent Hotel - Extremely comfortable and beautiful surroundings
- Generally very nice
High Street, Windsor | 4 star hotel
- Terrible service that makes the £75 million refurbishment a waste
- Perfect three days away
- Charming hotel with great service in an unbeatable location
46 Kings Road, Windsor | Hotelfrom $150
65 Vansittart Road, Windsor | Hotelfrom $99
34 King Edward Court, Windsor | Hotelfrom $95
9 Clarence Road, Windsor | Hotelfrom $133
Bolton Avenue, Windsor | Hotelfrom $156
23 High Street, Windsor | 4 star hotelfrom $234
Winkfield Road, Windsor | Hotelfrom $218