Oxford Thames Four Pillars

Address: Henley Road, Sandford-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England, OX4 4GX, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Henley Road, Sandford-on-Thames, is near White Horse Hill, Mini Cooper Plant, Exeter College, and Karting Oxford.
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      Finn in Heaven (Legoland)

      A travel blog entry by brimelowsontour on Sep 26, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      Today I went to Legoland to see all of the lego creations and to go on all the theme park rides. The first thing we did was look at the Star Wars set where there were life size Models of all of the characters and they had mini set ups of all the scenes. Next we went to the lego pirates which was mainly theme park rides and I went on all of them, then we went to the lego city sets and I got to drive a lego boat around a circuit, it was fun. After ...

      Walk along Thames and he London roads and Madushi

      A travel blog entry by prabhaw on Aug 03, 2014

      Started off with British museum. Artefacts, culture related stuff, ancient valuable tuff lets say more like stoles stuff from all over the world for public display. Amazing place to be and so much to see. Had a awesome time with Egyptian mummies and pyramid related things. And came to a conclusion. Most of wealthy Egypt people died of entail abbess which was apparently fatal back in those days and most of those wealthy people kicked the bucket real soon. Seriously ...

      Transatlantic Crossing

      A travel blog entry by k9nny on Apr 23, 2014

      9 photos

      ... yet to enjoy Emerald, Diamond, Diamond Plus and the top of the tree, Pinnacle. Diamond and Diamond Plus are both achievable, and include free drinks. However Pinnacle requires 700 nights cruising, and even at an average of 14 nights per year, it would take 50 years for us to make the grade. I'd be 94, and Nikki would already have received a letter from the King. Ian had somehow misunderstood, we live in Bracknell not Florida, and to be Pinnacle at 44 I'd need to have cruised for a ...

      1st day on the narrow boat.

      A travel blog entry by seaview1 on Apr 18, 2014

      27 photos

      We woke up at the B&B after a really good nights sleep. Had an awesome English breakfast that carter prepared and as we finished, Les, the taxi driver arrived to take us to Penton Hook Marina. We put our luggage on the boat and joined Ann and Sean , who arrived from Heathrow shortly before, at the office. We were given a short training session and shown around the boat. He took us out on the boat for a short while ...

      A tale of a train, a castle and a garter

      A travel blog entry by sindlen on Jan 02, 2014

      ... the dolls house was pretty impressive, down to the detail of having working electric lights, working plumbing, and a solid silver dinner service. After that we went through the royal apartments and got to see how the other half live. In the great hall we managed to spot Sir Ed's spot on the wall, and then we were out and back into Windsor itself and time for a late lunch. After lunch (now after 3pm) we walked the short ...