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

    Camden Place, Buckingham Palace & A Night Bus Tour

    A travel blog entry by kerrilyn on Jun 29, 2014

    4 comments, 23 photos

    ... bus to Ealing. It was great sitting up the top front cos you got a good view of where you were going. I would hate to be driving those buses down the narrow streets around London!

    Most of the houses along a street all have the same design. Sometimes the only difference is the colour of the front door – or the garden of course. When I say house – they’re also generally all joined with perhaps only a wall between you and your neighbour.


    Start of the journey

    A travel blog entry by mlsmalcolm on Feb 16, 2014

    4 photos

    ... to go and reorganise. Moved wash bag from one bag to another and rejoined Que.. We were entertained by a couple of indian ladies who were 15 kilos over and hand luggage as big as their hold luggage, they somehow managed to repack and get the hold luggage within the weight, they then proceeded to push the trolley with there hefty ...

    The pre-departure

    A travel blog entry by scrivtravel on Sep 24, 2013

    ... two nights camping & food in France.

    The plan for the journey back was rather more open-plan though. From experience I knew pre-booking return travel on a cycling tour will more than likely turn out to be the least economic option, and the most hassle. Sure you may find an advance ticket cheap beforehand, but when you inevitably change your route and over/under-estimate some distances along the way, it doesn’t look so cheap ...

    London Calling

    A travel blog entry by ccruff on Sep 16, 2013

    10 photos

    ... art museums I've been too. We carried on down the Thames and passed the replica of the Globe Theatre. Here you can catch Shakespeare plays for around 5 pounds. Unfortunately they were sold out for the evening. Our last destination was the Bourough Market which of course had closed an hour prior to our arrival. However, I'm making Jake go back there today because it looks as though they will have some stupid good food. After hour walk we were completely ...

    Home home.

    A travel blog entry by adrian-alsop on Jun 21, 2013

    1 photo

    We are back! home at last. We have crossed North America, mainly by train. Had a fantastic time, seen some magnificent sights unique to Canada and met some wonderful people. I must thank my wife for taking me on such an extraordinary trip as my treat for my 50th. I no have to prepare for my next adventure starting in August, crossing Asia to Mongolia by motorcycle and prepare next years 50th celebration for Karen. Once again thank you to my wife. ...