Great Fosters

Address: Stroude Road, Egham, Surrey, England, TW20 9UR, United Kingdom | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Stroude Road, Egham, is near Thorpe Park, Savill Garden, Runnymeade, and Windsor Farm Shop.
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      The Countdown is Over

      A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Sep 24, 2014

      2 photos

      ... and rocking up to the airport, even if you had a suitcase of savings! I quote from Lydia's dad on the phone the night before was 'Yeah, I think they are excited, but you wouldn't be able to tell.'! It felt good to be all packed, totally organised, and ready for ...

      Family reunion!

      A travel blog entry by gretalindberg on Jul 22, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... Hammerstrom side. I visited with her and her family and enjoyed the beautiful evening at the Victoria embankment park. I met her daughter Kristen and her two children Mason and Thea. I was very impressed by their endurance after their international flight that day. This evening we booked out train and bus tickets to Bath for Saturday! Can't wait for the luxurious spring water ...

      London - we made it...

      A travel blog entry by baxterjune14 on Jun 02, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      After what seemed forever, we made it. Landed in Gatwick @ 12:00 midday and got the very fast train to Victoria station. From here we dragged kids and luggage through the tube to Gloucester Road station.

      Man it was busy - there was a disruption in the tube so the normally efficient London underground was packed!

      The apartment is pretty cool. All pretty neat and in a really great spot.

      Out ...

      Visiting London!

      A travel blog entry by lillysch on Apr 15, 2014


      ... see a play. I chose to see The Book of Mormon and it was very funny and a kind of inappropriate play. It was very good and I enjoyed it. We had to take the tube (London's subway) around town today. The Londoners call it the chube because that is how they pronounce it with their accent. Tomorrow is going to be another exciting day because we are visiting the British Museum and taking the Eurostar train to ...

      Departure looms...

      A travel blog entry by monroefischer on Dec 29, 2013

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... so it was obvious that the book had been about 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide when opened. They were this size so that many choir members could read from just one book. As a church musician and a calligrapher and illuminator, these were triply interesting. The music is pre-modern notation, and takes some special study to understand. I took a course in reading it during work on my master's, but that was a few more years ago than I care to remember, so I have forgotten ...