Pincents Manor Hotel

Address: Pincents Lane, Reading, Berkshire, England, RG31 4UQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pincents Lane, Reading, is near Museum of Reading, UK Wolf Centre, Mapledurham House, and Madejski Stadium.
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      Heathrow to Goa!

      A travel blog entry by danib1985 on Apr 11, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... we were there at 5.35....annoying that Ben was right but also glad that we made it and the stress levels were released!!! We went straight in, found our coach and got settled! Coach then went back to Birmingham bloody airport right next to where we had just come from!!!! Cheers!!!! We managed to catch some zzz's on the coach despite the lingering smells from others... Got to Heathrow around 9am ...

      My last days within work

      A travel blog entry by toodlesontour on Mar 12, 2014

      ... radar, it may well prove to be a good game as the lack of skill is balanced by an intense wealth of passion and opportunity created by the chance of qualifying from a weak group. Later, my team gave me a wonderful send off with a couple of useful gifts for my travels including a rather fetching England shirt, which would be classified information, but thanks to a moment of misjudgement (and Jay's anal retentiveness) led to a slightly embarrassing incident. ...


      A travel blog entry by brendamckay on Oct 21, 2013

      3 comments, 33 photos

      ... achievement of French art in the 17th Century. This is the Palace that Louis XIV would transform to include The King and Queen State apartments and The Hall of Mirrors, a 73 meter long Drawing-Room that looks out onto the Grand Perspective of the gardens with over 300 fountains. As well, we toured the Grand Trianon, a smaller palace that Louis XIV had built so he could escape to a quieter place and The Petit Trianon and Hamlet that Louis XVI had built for his wife, ...

      Some good, some not, some naive

      A travel blog entry by daveclarke6 on Aug 20, 2013

      ... us. In fact he only told us it was illegal after the event. In Lake Mburo, we drove for about an hour and only saw one elephant and a couple of warthogs – not really on a par with, say, Masai Mara in Kenya of Serengeti in Tanzania. The Ugandan parks are different, smaller and unique and clearly, all safaris involve a large element of luck – but don’t go expecting to see hundreds of thousands, you’ll probably be disappointed.

      Day 1 - A Virgin flight East

      A travel blog entry by cusan on Jul 21, 2013


      Day 1

      How many times this holiday am I going to say what a day.

      It's now 2221. I am in bed Ci and Tegz (C&T) are crashed out watching some film. Luce is on VS300 and according to flightaware just taxing at Heathrow. We dropped Lu off at 2000 and said our "bye byes" outside the security check. It went better than I thought it would, with fewer tears and lots of hugs and kisses.

      We went back to Bettie in a funny mood, she looked so odd in the car park. ...