Oscar Lodge

Address: 65 Vansittart Road, Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, England, SL4 5DB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 65 Vansittart Road, Windsor, is near Queen Mary's Doll's House, Windsor Castle, St. George's Chapel, and Windsor Great Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Windsor

    The Thames Valley

    A travel blog entry by geoffnkaye on Oct 10, 2015

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    ... was held back in 2000 (which Geoff attended). From there, it was back to London via the motorway, and the delightful opportunity to watch the Wallabies beat the Welsh in the rugby.
    The whole of the Thames Valley is a lovely area, close to London, and despite the grey weather, we had a really great day. The Chilterns especially are especially pretty and surprisingly isolated, despite their proximity to London. Its an easy trip that we can thoroughly ...

    The Long Mile to Windsor Castle

    A travel blog entry by tonezf on Aug 02, 2015

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    ... parts of the castle that are not normally visited. I hear of the 5000-strong wine cellar and how the food is transported from the kitchen to the state apartments - e.g. the Waterloo Room or the largest room - St Georges Hall which seats 150 guests. We see a picture of the table set out for a banquet with each seat 16 inches apart (measured by ruler). Each setting is also measured with precision.  The Queen and Prince Philip sit opposite each other in the middle of the table with ...

    A Day in Windsor

    A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jul 18, 2015

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    ... is not open tomorrow as there are services on. As long as you have your ticket stamped on exiting, you can use it for a year. So we visited the Chapel and watched the Changing of the Guards and tomorrow will do the rest of the Castle when it is meant to be wet. The Chapel was magnificent and contains the vaults and burials of all the royals since Georgian times. Most interesting were the vault of King George VI and the ...

    Day 6 Cornwell tour last day

    A travel blog entry by cathabout on May 17, 2015

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    ... how they felt about a busload of noisy tourists being deposited in this small village on a Sunday morning. We tried to be unobtrusive but the gardens in their yards were beautiful. I must admit my camera did go over the fence to photograph a few. This village has been the movie settings for Harry Potter and pride and prejudice.
    Next Windsor. The queens castle here is immense with the village around the perimeter. Armed police were at every gate. So i ...

    RADA audition, plus greedy hedonism

    A travel blog entry by emily.picardi on Apr 07, 2015

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    ... through Hyde Park to Harrods, the giant luxury department store that might be the most famous shopping center in the world. This thing is huge. HUGE. I cannot overemphasize that. And everything inside it is so lovely and SO expensive. We found a bottle of alcohol that cost 13,000 pounds. I have the misfortune of having billion dollar taste on a ten dollar budget, so I didn't buy anything, but I was more than happy to gawk. This is where my greedy ...