Thameside Hotel

Address: 144 - 150 Caversham Road, Reading, Berkshire, England, RG1 8AZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 144 - 150 Caversham Road, Reading, is near Museum of Reading, Forbury Gardens, and Stratford Saye House.
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    Reading to Purley on Thames

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Jan 20, 2015

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    ... Tesco cafe but best to press on, past Kings Meadow and on to Caversham Lock. Here, it's possible to cross over to the opposite bank but I choose to stay with the Thames Path proper. This turns out to be a bad decision as the path ahead is closed thus preventing me from walking under Reading Bridge. I follow the U shaped detour and end up back on the riverside on the opposite side of the bridge. I continue on, only to find the path is closed once more but this time there is no ...

    London day 4

    A travel blog entry by che99 on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... Birmingham who told us that there was no need to travel to the continent as he had everything he needed in London! The club was pretty quiet and figured out that was because everyone was out back. Checked that out and this reinforced our opinion that most Englishmen are dog ugly.
    After leaving we walked back across blackfriars bridge on a sultry london night. Magic! Took our favourite airConned circle line back to ...


    A travel blog entry by shaneandlaura on Oct 20, 2013

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    ... more wine. It was good to have a variety of comedy, drama etc. there were only 1 or 2 awkward moments. We got home around 11 and off to bed. They had a small spare room but the bed was comfy and duvet cosy. I had another good sleep in until 10 and we walked to a cafe called 'yolk' for brunch. It started pouring down when we were heading into town so a quick look at the gardens while dodging the puddles and then on the 120 train home. It was a nice little getaway and Zara was good ...

    Great River Race and Kew Gardens

    A travel blog entry by travlondon on Sep 07, 2013

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    ... that houses a large variety of tropical flora. I was excited to see so many plants from different places, especially the ones from Brazil. The Royal Botanic Gardens celebrates global biodiversity. The institution provides online resources on plants and fungi for researchers and also conducts their own research.

    The next stop was the Princess of Wales Conservatory. It was opened by Princess Diana and features 10 ...

    What goes up......

    A travel blog entry by ktmason on Aug 07, 2013

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    ... and the cobbled streets are amazing and the Corpus Clock is a little creepy. We met up with the boys at the horrible sculpture near the markets and it was time to enjoy a lovely dinner at a lovely restaurant. First things first when we got there tho, I needed to use the toilet. I can in all honesty say that I used a ******* as this was encrypted into the cistern and in the a a actual toilet bowl. Noice. the restaurant itself used to be an old library and all of the features ...