Ibis Reading Centre

Address: 25 A. Friar St., Reading, Berkshire, England, RG1 1DP, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 25 A. Friar St., Reading, is near Museum of Reading, Kennet & Avon Canal, Silchester, and The Hexagon.
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Travel Blogs from Reading

Day one

A travel blog entry by lorrainemorris on Apr 30, 2014

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So the great adventure has started, after an emotional day of last texts, last telephone conversation and goodbye to the best boy friend ever I sit at Heathrow airport having a pint of larger and waiting for my very English burger as this time tomorrow I will be in the Seychelles!! I have had to be very brave today and face up to that I am an adult and that I can fly on my own and navigate the ticket less world we live in and that ...

Say goodbye to Shakespeare

A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Oct 03, 2013

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I was very taken with the beautifully detailed carvings on what I think were the choir stalls just at the altar area, there were all sorts of real and imagined creatures including a camel which I don’t think would be very common! There is the famous bust of Shakespeare on the wall above the graves, it’s supposed to be very life-like and information says it was seen by Anne a few years after his death and ...

Our French,Italian, Indian and Irish Evening

A travel blog entry by philpeter on Sep 21, 2013

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Another day in the life of the jet-setting Higgins! Breakfast in an English Manor House, (very fitting for the naturally cultured and refined people we are, ahem). Then, off driving through beautiful mountains, down winding roads through the spectacular Lake District on our six hour journey to David and Michelle's. Saw the greenest of green scenery and the most beautiful countryside while be guided by our trusty ...

Great River Race and Kew Gardens

A travel blog entry by travlondon on Sep 07, 2013

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... that houses a large variety of tropical flora. I was excited to see so many plants from different places, especially the ones from Brazil. The Royal Botanic Gardens celebrates global biodiversity. The institution provides online resources on plants and fungi for researchers and also conducts their own research.

The next stop was the Princess of Wales Conservatory. It was opened by Princess Diana and features 10 ...

Day 5 - London to Reading

A travel blog entry by dmobrien73 on Aug 20, 2013

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... I had in change and the guy had to eat!" Well I guess the economy is getting back on its feet in many ways! We made a quick visit to Stanfords near Coventry Garden to buy new maps for National Cycle Network route 4 (the maps that Sustrans could only sell us online when we called to them yesterday) and we were finally picking our way westwards out of the city along the Thames. By 1400 we had crossed over Richmond bridge on ...