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

    135 days 18 countries 36 cities 15 languages

    A travel blog entry by travelhippie on May 13, 2014

    ... I learned that as often as I get anxious, I also often have optimism that it will all work out. I learned that there are literally friends everywhere. I learned people are almost always willing to help you in some form if you just ask. I also learned a lot of people need help from you too, if you just give. I learned I love a good shower and I do enjoy not wearing flip flops in every shower. I learned I can pretty much sleep anywhere now, from train station floors ...

    Chapter 2: Crossing the Sahara

    A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

    ... we were each offered a chair and can of coke. We gladly accepted.

    Dressed in his flamboyant Mauritanian blue robes, Baba was a man of great calmness and authority who spoke very learnÚd English. Only on his instruction did we move. When the time came, we followed him onto the craft, the craft which would carry us to Sub-Saharan Africa.

    To call it a boat would, I suppose, conjure a certain image in one’s mind. I have referred to it therefore ...

    Chapter 3: Into Mali

    A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

    ... rising from a clearly very uncomfortable night’s sleep. The chief cleared a young man off one of the narrow rocky benches, straightened it in front of his large wooden desk, and motioned to us to sit. We obliged, and listened as he explained the presence of these handcuffed men, while rather lazily signing us into the large record book sprawled across the desk between us. With little detail offered, we learnt that a young woman had been the victim ...


    A travel blog entry by lucyando on Nov 04, 2013

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    ... many buildings of Oxford Uni. John Wesley studied here in the early 1700s. Within these buildings, some hallways, a courtyard, a staircase and the dining hall were all locations used for filming scenes from some of the Harry Potter movies. The buildings are rather grand and it is definitely the most beautiful university I've ever seen. We wandered up another street and found the Hertford Bridge, more commonly referred to as the Bridge of Sighs because ...

    Settling In.

    A travel blog entry by jennamariea on Jun 03, 2013

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... compared to where it offered commanding views of the Teutoburg forest. When we pulled up it was foggy, probably the most fog I've ever been in. It was eerie. Chris and I didn't know what to expect with the statue, but when it came out of the gloom, the top completely invisible in the looming fog, it became obvious that we had GREATLY underestimated its size. I'm still sort of flabbergasted at the sheer magnitude of this dedication ...