Kingswood Hotel

Address: Boyne Hill Ave, Maidenhead, Windsor and Maidenhead, England, SL6 4ET, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Boyne Hill Ave, Maidenhead, is near Legoland, Cliveden House, Stanley Spencer Gallery, and Lambourne Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Maidenhead

    Churchill Bunker & Westminster Abbey

    A travel blog entry by klooser on Oct 15, 2014

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    The overcast day was pleasant as rain abated until 5.00 pm - almost at home base and the temperature of approximately 15 degrees C was comfortable. Visited the Churchill War Bunker and learnt so much of the man who lead Britain to Victory in World War Two. The story covered his life as he lived to a good age of 90 years. Topics included: Family education and influence Political career Triumphs and failures in his political career Bunker life during the ...

    Our first real day on our London stay

    A travel blog entry by elenaa1 on Sep 14, 2014

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    After a lovely breakfast we set off on a quick sight seeing tour of the popular sights of London. Kensington Palace with its 47 bedrooms makes me think that Kate and William will be planning a big family, right? Well at least they are keeping up with Gran at her place at Buckingham! Her house is still bigger. It's a relief to know that the families are well protected with all those guards marching about. The highlight of the day was catching up with our ...

    Out n About in Islington

    A travel blog entry by gorte on Aug 07, 2014

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    ... grumble. And the quirky shops were the most fun to wander through. As for Camden Passage, tucked just off Upper St, you enter a world of antiques and random baubles. In almost a market style setting, shops are perched throughout the narrow cobblestone side street. Outside the shops, people are selling special crafts and clothing from tables and empty nooks. The shops were so cool to look at. The vintage toy store’s ...

    Wimbledon

    A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Jul 07, 2014

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    ... booked a seat so it didn't matter. But it they were definitely asking for a stampede with the way they "walk you out". Was cool to see but at the same time a bit silly. The whole process took about 4-5 hours and its what they did every day! I've missed out on a few stories from before our first day of tennis. Sonya had brought us over some minties and mint slice biscuits so we were rather excited about that! Dad Davidson discovered just what a English summer is all about. Sim and ...

    Scenic Day 22

    A travel blog entry by jas20j on May 21, 2014

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    ... also numerous eateries and restaurants scattered throughout the store. We started in the perfumery area as this was where Jan’s grandmother worked as a young adult before she immigrated to Australia as a War Bride. The street level also incorporates a large food hall with beautiful merchandise displays.

    With so much to see we took the escalators to the top shopping level and made our ...