Premier Inn Woking
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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 ...
... a good atmosphere. It also offers impressive views over the River Thames.
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... the square eating a sandwich and trying to avoid another run-in with my avian friends, I saw a barricade being set up by police men and women right in front of the Odeon Cinema (one of the two biggest film theaters in London). I thought maybe there had been some sort of violence and I got nervous, but when I looked up, I saw a huge sign that said:
"Royal Film Premiere
Mandela: A Long Walk to Freedom
In the Presence of
Their Royal Highnesses:
The Duke and ...
... in and went to bed. I slept really well but Simon had trouble. We got up about 7.30am and got ready to go into London centre by tube. The nearest tube station is about 15min walk from hotel. Asked which tubes we needed, swiped our Oyster cards and off we went, wasn't too busy as we had missed the rush hour I think. Got off at Oxford circus. Found a restaurant doing breakfast and also had free wifi so all good. Caught up on what's ...
... within close distance of Windsor Castle and about 8 miles (13 km) west of London Heathrow Airport. In common with the other Legolands across the world, the park's attractions consist of a mixture of Lego-themed rides, models and building workshops. The park was acquired by Merlin Entertainments in 2005, who now operate the park, with the Lego Group retaining part ownership (30%). The facilities are mainly targeted ...