Parkside International Hotel

Address: 72 Bath Road, Reading, Berkshire, England, RG20 2BE, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 72 Bath Road, Reading, is near Museum of Reading, Kennet & Avon Canal, Silchester, and The Hexagon.
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      A travel blog entry by stuandkat on Apr 14, 2014

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      So said our good bye's to everyone even the guineas! Just got to the airport with Mum & Kayleigh. Quick picture out side Heathrow. Really early so now all having a coffee as the check in does not open for another 2 hours! Stress of getting everything ready all over now time to chill and enjoy!! So ...

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      A travel blog entry by toodlesontour on Mar 12, 2014

      ... thoroughly frustrated by an awful FIFA ticketing system, where I was very close to getting tickets in the Maracaņa, only to be thrown out at the ticket purchase phase. I'm looking forward to sticking to mobile phones instead and cutting dodgy technology out of my life. Fortunately, I was able to get tickets to the game of the tournament - the one that all the sponsors will be fighting over - Iran v *****ia in Curitiba. Though it might be 64th and last on Western ...

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      A travel blog entry by brendamckay on Oct 21, 2013

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      ... the final resting place for many notables like the writers Victor Huga and Emile Zola, philosophers Voltaire and Rousseau and Pierre and Marie Curie, who received the Nobel Laureate in physics for their work on radium We end the day with a stroll through the Gardens of Luxembourg. This palace and garden commissioned and built in 1630 by Marie de Medicis, the widow of Henry IV, was built in hopes of recapturing a little of her native Florence. Our return walk home takes us through ...

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      A travel blog entry by daveclarke6 on Aug 20, 2013

      ... out the reviews on sites such as TripAdvisor and look through them carefully.

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      A travel blog entry by fussyandbrooke on Jul 23, 2013

      ... our last night in Paris in the beautiful Montmartre area, the semi red light district of Paris, cafes, bars and sex shops galore! We saw as much of Moulin Rouge as our budget would allow (the front doors), grabbed some dinner and sat on the hill beneath the Sacre Coeur church. As of now we our on our Train to Amsterdam, leaving with some seriously cool memories of Paris and a slight dent in the budget. Ps camera is not cooperating, so can't get the photos up on here just ...