Premier Inn Aylesbury

Buckingham Road, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England, HP19 9QL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Buckingham Road, Aylesbury, is near Waddesdon Manor, Ascott House, Wendover Woods, and Buckinghamshire County Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Aylesbury

    The Iconic Buildings of London

    A travel blog entry by kerrilyn on Jun 30, 2014

    4 comments, 30 photos

    ... we decided we didn’t really want to pay for the Dungeons. It wasn’t actually historical dungeons. I think it was more of a display on what the dungeons would have been like back in the day.

    Lunch was the next item on the agenda. We split up and bought ourselves some lunch and ate it overlooking the Thames. It’s quite a dirty river – about the same colour as the Murray!

    We reunited after lunch and headed across the bridge towards ...

    Arrival in London

    A travel blog entry by kerrilyn on Jun 29, 2014

    4 comments, 18 photos

    ... were in fits of laughter!! :D It gave Eli the opportunity to test if his new trousers were waterproof as advertised.

    After we had eaten we spent the next hour or so wandering around the streets, looking into shops here and there. There was some really cool old buildings. One of the most impressive ones was the Public Courts of Justice building. It was massive old greyish building. Kyria said it is referred to as the 'old bailey' in the Botany Bay song.

    We were ...


    A travel blog entry by mwetzel on Apr 05, 2014

    1 comment, 121 photos

    ... got our room key for us and showed us our room and around the hostel. It is a really cool place with a kitchen, lounge, multiple bathrooms, rooms upstairs and downstairs, and computers and Wi-Fi. When we were in the kitchen using the Wi-Fi, this French guy started talking to us. He told us about his trip to Poland where I thought he was talking about Portland, Oregon for the longest time until we got that figured out. We also met a Japanese guy there too. Unfortunately, ...

    Chapter 3: Into Mali

    A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

    ... of deep awe. It is not its scale that is impressive, although it is the largest mud-built building in the world. It does not possess the intricacy or gilt-edged flamboyance which is characteristic of so many mosques in North Africa. It is not especially old either – the current building has only recently celebrated its centenary, although mosques have been present on the same site since the 13th century.

    What this building ...


    A travel blog entry by lucyando on Nov 04, 2013

    1 photo

    ... Oxford there were no signs to tell us what direction we should be going. The train station is on the edge of the city. Fortunately I has briefly looked at a map the night before so I knew which road and which direction to take; Brontë was slightly dubious until I led us to the spot we were looking for. We dropped in to the information centre to get a pop-out map (they're amazing, got one for London and Bath too) and went to Christ College, one ...