Parkside International Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Parkside International Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Parkside International Hotel Reading
Travel Blogs from Reading
... path continues on around a large marshy meadow. On the opposite bank there are some rather swanky houses with river frontages. My phone appears to have thawed out and is now allowing me to take pictures again...albeit intermittently! Seems like it will take one photo before cutting out and demanding a return to my pocket for a warm up. :-) I pass a number of joggers, mothers pushing prams and...a rambler wearing shorts - is he crazy? Brrrrr! As the river curves its way back ...
... nuts and cream crepe – it was so yummy! We spent the next hour or so wandering around the shops. I bought a London bag to use as a backpack – and it’s been great so far!
We wanted to go to the Jewish Museum next which wasn’t far from the markets. By the time we found it (we had a little difficulty!) there was only ½ hour left before it closed which was unfortunate. The officials were kind enough to let us in and we quickly went through and had ...
... realisation that our intended means of transport to the bus station- one slightly battered blue golf- had set sail with Emily a few hours earlier to take her to work leaving no other car in the extensive Howe fleet that Ed was insured to take us in. If we can't even get to the bus station without creating a drama what hope for the next 3 months? ...
... the Draft House pub. Fish and chips with mushy peas were the order of the day and whilst we had to wait for a long time our meals were very good. Pub was very busy and our waitress came from Albury/Wodonga. We then decided to catch a bus into Covent Garden as it stopped outside the pub and it was raining. In our wanderings came across the Transport Museum which follows the development of various forms of transport in London. Very well done and ...
... Cracker of a day though and people were certainly getting into the festive atmosphere. Also saw Emma Twigg & Mahe Drysdale rowing. Trained back to London mid arvo, packed up our stuff, let the Mules' place and headed out to Heathrow on the Piccadilly. Now just waiting to board our overnight flight to Athens & on to Chania - bring on the ...