Oatlands Park Hotel
Travel Blogs from Weybridge
Governorphil stayed here on Apr 5, 2009 during their trip titled: UK Trip 2009.
... s Lock, where the Duke’s Cut branches off. We decided to continue down the canal, as we had no licence for the Thames as yet.
Lift Bridge 233 also needed a key. Immediately after this there is a narrow pinch point and a CRT work boat was moored just afterwards on the off side. James was getting back on to Gabriel at the pinch point when a hire boat coming the other way crashed into the work boat, and glanced off into us.
Perrys Lift Bridge also ...
... of Angkor Wat in Cambodia
5. Climbing the Franz Josef glacier in New Zealand
Dave - Chinese
Steph - Vietnamese
Most Memorable Experience
Both - Camping under the stars in Australian Outback
Both - New Zealand
Distance Travelled - 74,052km
Total Flights - 15
Books Read - 40(ish)
Chargers Lost/Broken - 4
Quickest Sudoku Time - 59secs
... isn't named Big Ben, it is called Elizabeth tower, the bell inside of it is called Big Ben.). By this point in the evening, we were starving! Fran found this cute little Italian place for dinner. We had a very enjoyable time eating, drinking, and people watching at this restaurant, almost too much because we missed our train back! After nearly killing ourself running to the train, we realized we had missed it by 2 minutes! So, to kill time before the ...
... crazy stunts they were doing a bit to much time passed by we made our way into the stadium. The tour was amazing it explained everything about old and new Wembley we got to see most of the stadium from sitting in the seats to players change rooms to running out onto the stadium like the players would have We then caught the tube down to Oxford circus and walked down the main shopping ...