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Travel Blogs from Henley-on-Thames
... questionable times that we had.
I think in a few days time we're all gonna post our little personal "so to sum up" stuff, but for now, thank you for following us on our blog. We all enjoyed writing it, and we hope you enjoyed reading it, and if any of us go travelling again, we'll be sure to let you know.
Until next time,
The Henley Lads
... s "Waging Heavy Peace") and maybe some more shopping.... Mia and I are off to see the "Lion King" at the Lyceum tonight. Catching up with Katie Hudson ( the daughter of long time friends Graeme and Annie) tomorrow at the fair on Parsons Green, then slip into one of the four or five pubs surrounding the green to watch the Wallabies v Lions. After that off to the Cotswolds for 4 or 5 days touring around. Mia will join us in Bath. Bye for ...
... Nb. You will get some entries out of order as this hotel has bad Internet.... And a broken toilet sheet, broken shower head and bad wifi. (However you can get it from mums room) And no air!!! , but it is clean and handy. AL is now at Hilton with dodgy internet also... Mum going ok. Quite slow And stiff today but great attitude, and dad had a great giggle tonight at something that happened years ago... It was good to see such a serious man laugh.. Paris on Sunday. Woohoo ...
... the London eyeball, you are just going really REALLY slow the whole time around. It took like 30 minutes. The only cool thing about it was it's glass windows all around and how high you actually went. Anyways, afterward we WERE gonna go to the London Dungeon, but it was crazy expensive so we couldn't ;. It was said to be really cool and scary (which I like) After that, our whole family went to ...
... and each would have cost a small fortune to design, grow and assemble just for this show. There were almost 200 other stands around the grounds offering garden supplies, innovative and imaginative decorations, designs, greenhouses, outdoor rooms and settings - almost anything your heart could desire. The Great Pavilion was an enormous tent structure that housed more than 100 primarily ...
Other places to stay in Henley-on-Thames
Hart St., Henley-on-Thames | 2 star hotelfrom $138
New Street, Henley-on-Thames | Hotelfrom $179
- Highly recommended
- Don't expect too much
- Lovely, but.....
7 - 15 Hart Street, Henley-on-Thames | Hotelfrom $92
7 Station Road, Henley-on-Thames | Hotelfrom $147
20 Market Place, Henley-on-Thames | Hotelfrom $115
Marlow Road, Henley-on-Thames | Hotelfrom $154
Greenlands, Henley-on-Thames | Hotelfrom $154
4 River Terrace, Henley-on-Thames | Hotelfrom $54
25 Station Road, Henley-on-Thames | Hotelfrom $93
Remenham Lane, Henley-on-Thames | Hotelfrom $179
Thames St., Henley-on-Thames | Hotelfrom $124
Stoke Row, Henley-on-Thames | 4 star hotelfrom $128