Premier Inn Cobham

Portsmouth Road, Cobham, Surrey, England, KT11 1BW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cobham

Day 1, London

A travel blog entry by lisa.mundy.754

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... Full intentions to nap and hit some more sightseeing for dinner... Both of us passed out and are now wide awake at 1am!! (9am Adelaide time) Thought I'd get the blogging started at least, now packing for Bruges, Belgium :-) Worth noting, it's so great having your oyster card ready to go, so buy one before you leave Australia..having the hop on hop off all sorted was also definitely worth it too!! Photos are on Facebook, will try add some to the blog soon ...

Class and Church(hill)

A travel blog entry by idahoteacher

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... is doing the weekend I'm going to be in Spain. Aachen sounds like somewhere I'd like to visit after the fellowship is over.

Everyone suggested visiting the WWII Cabinet War Rooms and the Churchill Museum was well worth the P17 (about $24) that it costs to get in. For a WWII "lover" like me, it was worth every penny! What a fantastic museum! During WWII the Brits used a dungeon-type area almost directly under 10 Downing St. as ...

English Breakfast??

A travel blog entry by alison.seeds

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... the London highlights. My two favorites were: Meeting Dylan the terrorist bomb sniffing Dog at Euston Station whose very clever strategy to fool the suspected bad guys was to lay on his back if you got too close wanting a tummy tickle. I suspect the big policeman on the other end of your lead was a give away Dylan!!! A young boy walked by him noticing his damaged nose. "Mum. Look that dogs ...

The "Soap Opera Mucked-Up" Stuarts

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

... wasn't overly long but a lot happened during their time on the throne. You just can’t make up stuff like this because it was so convoluted and complicated and interrelated and “soap opera-ish”.

The Glorious Revolution in 1688 really meant the “turn of the wheel” rather than a violent revolution and was during the reign of William and Mary and then Queen Anne. 1689 brought the ...

London - We (and our cankles) have arrived !

A travel blog entry by vanessawalsh

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... St Ermins on Caxton is just so bloody charming, very old world …. Thank you to my sister Louise’s friend Monika for recommending it – rooms are quite small but that is Europe for you, but staff and facilities are just lovely. With all the Christmas lights and decorations as well it is just too damn cute. The bed is not as big as in Singapore but it looks incredibly comfortable. Doing my best to stay awake so I don’t wake up ...

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This hotel, located on Portsmouth Road, Cobham, is near Chessington World of Adventures, Brooklands Museum, Wisley Garden, and Painshill Park.
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