Premier Inn Maidstone - A26/ Wateringbury

Address: 103 Tonbridge Road , Wateringbury, Kent, South East England, England, ME18 5NS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 103 Tonbridge Road , Wateringbury, is near Chislehurst Caves, Teapot Island, North Downs Way National Trail, and Russian Submarine.
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      Travel Blogs from Wateringbury

      Siera Updike: Wimbledon and Chelsea

      A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 18, 2015

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      ... group of us went to Piccadilly Square. This place is just like the London version of Times Square. It was awesome to see all the lights and sounds. I bought some souvenirs for my family and walked around just admiring all the different people and sights. Piccadilly Square is definitely my favorite spot in London. Our group made our way back to the pub by the hotel and that's where we spent the rest of our night laughing and joking with each other. It was a good ...

      London (15/12)

      A travel blog entry by the_wes on Dec 15, 2014

      41 photos

      ... major safe doors enclosing all the major Crown Jewels. Those Royals really know how to bling up! After that we walked around a lil, took a few photos and moved onto Tower Bridge. By this stage, it is sunset at around 4pm. This whole late sunrise and early sunset is messing with my head. Makes the day feel older than it is. So we went up the Tower Bridge which was cool, and could see all of the London sky line from there including the Gherkin. After finishing ...

      In Diana's footsteps

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 24, 2014

      ... Westminster. In fact, it could very well have been second only to St Peter's Basilica in that respect. Instead of frescoes, the ceiling was covered in intricate, colourful mosaics, giving the altar a vibrant appearance. And the dome was spectacular. But the size of Westminster Abbey and the presence of the who's who of royal history makes it my overall London highlight. St Paul's was the final resting place of the Duke of Wellington, Admiral Lord Nelson ...

      Recap of my weekend

      A travel blog entry by jessica.schiesl on Sep 29, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... a very fun and interesting process. We have a balcony that is already set up with a lot of clothes lines and racks. Our window in the bathroom conveniently opens up to the balcony so one of us would rinse and ring out, pass it through the window, and then the other would hang it up outside. The clothes took about a day and a half to dry completely but we felt very proud that we were able to do this! We will continue this process until it is too cold outside ...

      The last 3 wonderful months in Central America

      A travel blog entry by dieuwerandtom on Aug 04, 2014

      ... tasty result, Jeff.

      Livingston - From Kangaroo
      we headed downriver to Livingston through a beautiful jungle-enveloped
      canyon. Livingston is a small town which is known for the Garifuna,
      descendants of slaves and feels far less Hispanic than the rest of

      Again we stayed on the river, at an isolated but cool
      peaceful Eco lodge called finca tatin. At least it would have been
      peaceful without the 50 American teenagers staying there. ...