Metro Inns A3 Liphook Services

Address: A3 Liphook Bypass, Liphook, Hampshire, England, GU30 7TT, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on A3 Liphook Bypass, Liphook.
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Travel Blogs from Liphook

Look Kids, Big Ben...Parliament!

A travel blog entry by mlaliberte74 on Jun 20, 2014

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... a 2 hour flight north to Zambia.

Our first stop stop will be Livingstone, where we will visit Victoria Falls, a local village and perhaps a trip to a local park that is the home of the only white rhinos in Zambia.

We are at the airport now, waiting for our gate. Watching Costa Rica vs. Italy in World Cup action. It may be a day or two before our next post, pending ...

Long Train Running

A travel blog entry by celineellis on Mar 20, 2014

So we left home and caught the Milton Keynes to Euston train. Excitedly dragged our cases to the underground and crossed London to Heathrow (we have 2 big cases, 2 small cases and 2 hand luggage bags, so no mean feat!) Now we are shacked up in our hotel room at the airport. ...

Up, up and away

A travel blog entry by aandjwanderers on Sep 25, 2013

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... was sorted, we found 2 bags quickly and not too long after the two big items arrived, Yea! Immigration and customs were a walk by, past men with guns, then Simon came striding across the parking lot to usher us to the waiting minibus. There were other members of AIM on the flight so after they were delivered to various locations, we off loaded all 8 pieces of luggage into Simon's rig and drove to their compound. Unloaded and in bed by 5 am. We made ...

All in the Name of Knowledge - Pt 1

A travel blog entry by weezabix on Sep 16, 2013

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... immense in character - palm trees and golden beaches, cerulean lagoons, seasonal whale watching seas and banana leaves for Sunday lunch along with short plane rides to neighbouring islands such as Aitutaki!

Looks like I might have totally underestimated the depth and expanse of the islands and now rapidly researching ways to maximise my stay there. The consensus is that a ...


A travel blog entry by rodnleanne on Jul 15, 2013

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Visited Needham, Needham lake and Needham Market today. Found the Needham town sign and a pub. Only pub was closed on mondays Needham (Red Lion) was closed so we drove down to Needham lake and found a pub in Needham market. Drove back to London tonight. Tired but great day. ...