Premier Inn Woking

Address: Bridge Barn Lane, Woking, Surrey, England, GU21 6NL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bridge Barn Lane, Woking, is near Wisley Garden, Clandon Park (National Trust), Basingstoke Canal, and Somerset Cider Brandy Company.
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      Kensington and Hyde Parks. Oxford Street.

      A travel blog entry by kiwiaus on Sep 14, 2014

      11 photos

      ... joined me and we decided to walk to Piccadily Circus. In hindsight we should of gone back to the hotel as the long flight the day before was catching up with us. We had dinner there then got the tube back to Gloucester Road which was about 4 stops away. We were shocked it cost us 18 pounds for the four of us. A taxi would have been cheaper. Yes Ally I know you told us this before we left but sometimes you have to learn the hard ...

      Wisley Gardens

      A travel blog entry by helseyj on Jul 30, 2014

      5 photos

      The Tuesday after our arrival was a quiet day at home to catch up with some domestic chores as well as spending time with all the grand kiddies. On Wednesday we took advantage of the sunny conditions to visit Wisley Gardens at Woking, a 20 minute drive away from Claygate. (Wisley Gardens - The Royal Horticultural Society was given Wisley in 1903, although at that time only a small part ...

      Welcome to the Motherland (so many HP references)

      A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jun 20, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... Tower of London I walked past St Paul's Cathrdral but elected not to go in as I didn't feel the need to give any money to the church. I then walked across the foot bridge that you see destroyed at the start of the 7th Harry Potter movie with the thought that I would visit the Tate Modern as it's free. But upon entering I remembered that I don't particularly like modern art and I was feeling sleepy so I went and had a nap. After my nap I met up with one of the Canadian girls, Alexa, that ...

      Trains, buses and tubes - oh my!

      A travel blog entry by slee604 on May 12, 2014

      40 photos

      ... including in WWI and WWII) and an unparalleled eye for the distinctive seat cover patterns and colors that are special to each line.

    • Look out Vancouver for Compass! Oyster has been incorporated so easily in London, that the cheaper Oyster card fares and top-ups online make it a no-brainer to get an Oyster! We registered ours too and helps to protect it from theft - huzzah!
    • On the TfL system, staff man each station and announce updates ...

    • Lots of walking

      A travel blog entry by downing_aus on Apr 28, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      We left our house and went to Trafalgar square. We took lots of photos. We also saw a eagle that was trained to scare away pigeons. I was a little FREAKED about going next to the guard and Louis was scared. He was carrying a real sward. He did not smile once or move his eyes. After we went to Buckingham palace and we saw guards swap, Hyde park, princess Diana fountains and playground, and finally Hamleys toy store. My favorite toy was this magic lights. We caught a bus home. ...