Travelodge Tunbridge Wells
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Travelodge Tunbridge Wells Royal Tunbridge Wells
Travel Blogs from Royal Tunbridge Wells
so the cat was sleeping on the back of the couch, the cushion gave way causing her to fall off and somehow this is my fault.
the weather luck officially ran out last week with straight rainy days. guess even I can't thwart the side effects of hurricanes.
got picked to plant poppies (finally) which meant I got to experience the reality of the London morning commute. maybe it's b/c I was only ...
... investigation reveals that we can get a bus back to Greenwich and we assume that we can get another bus on from there. The driver is anything but helpful. London buses don't take cash or issue tickets any more. It appears we can stick our debit or credit card on a yellow square and it will take the money from our bank account - all seems very '1984' and all that. We also discover that we are not allowed to purchase two tickets using the same card - how ridiculous is that? Neither ...
... cars, all headed to the top of the mountain. I got off the bus, wanting to pilgrim with everyone else. As we got closer the famous queue was lining one side of the road, while everyone with tickets walked the other. Unlike at the Australian Open where the sponsors put up interactive displays inside the grounds, the sponsor displays were on the outside of the grounds and scattered throughout the queue.
I overheard other ticket holders near my gate saying ...
... most of our time laying by the pool in
our amazing resort and if we weren't laying by the pool we were chilling out on
the resorts private beach or in our room. The Sands Resort was amazing and
offered heaps of water sports as part of the package, so we snorkelled, water
skied, kayaked and paddle boated pretty much whenever we wanted. We also went
swimming with dolphins twice (the second time we were out there for an hour or
so and it was probably the ...
15th February - Saturday
Didn't get much sleep last night it was very windy, the winds were very strong but we survived and everything was still in one piece this morning. We woke to a blue sky, still windy, not as bad as last night.
We headed into London, we were meeting Cecile, Eddy ...