Russ Hill Hotel

Address: Rectory Lane, Charlwood, Surrey, England, RH6 0EL, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rectory Lane, Charlwood, is near Wakehurst Place.
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    Travel Blogs from Charlwood

    5th Day - Paddington, King's Cross & Guildhall

    A travel blog entry by edwardsfamtrips on Jul 21, 2015

    ... over. We got to see the big black ring that represents the original roman arena & then we toured inside the guildhall, an art gallery & the basement where the remains of the arena were found. Jon & I found it all very interesting. The children mostly just enjoyed the guildhall. They were not really impressed with the gallery or the arena. After a snack at Starbucks, we headed back to our flat with plans to go join Mat & Helen & ...

    50% Work, 50% Play

    A travel blog entry by goddessphoto on Jul 05, 2015

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    ... the only things open were the restaurants and the produce shoppes. The jewelry and clothing stores remained closed for the day. Too bad because I had come to shop! Another time I suppose. Each restaurant spilled out onto the cobblestone streets since the interior spaces were so small. It was fast becoming crowded; the creperie had a line 10 deep. We made one loop to see all that was offered and I turned to ask Pete what he was ...

    Day 4: London, England

    A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Jun 08, 2015

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    ... Wren - architect of the church, etc.). So many memorable events have taken place here from funerals of Winston Churchill and Lord Nelson, to Queen Victoria's Jubilee (for which special trumpets were added to the rear of the church for to complement the organ), to the famous wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana (they viewed it as the "people's church"). After seeing the Vatican in September, I was astonished to the resemblance of the main alters; and, ...

    A day of walking

    A travel blog entry by daniela.walsh on Apr 19, 2015

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    Today started early and cold. With a 6km jog I found Hyde park and plenty of shops! Surprisingly there are just as many Zara shops as there is McDonalds on Oxford Street which is just crazy. We had our first full English breakfast to fuel us for a lot of walking! Hyde park was lovely to walk through and watch a group of runners even if they were poorly dressed for such weather. We eventually found the Australian ...

    Is London the only city worth visiting in England

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Dec 01, 2014

    ... named Nottinghamshire. It is known for the tobacco industry, link to the legend of Robin Hood. Some of the famous landmarks and places where the tourists can visit are Alfred Waterhouse Building, The Prudential building and Nottingham council house. You can also find many market areas in Nottingham like the Lace Market.Find great deals on London Premier Kensington and a number of premier hotels at http://londonhotelmarket.com
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