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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    Travel Blogs from Reading

    Getting to Malta

    A travel blog entry by legoodtimesroll on Feb 20, 2015

    3 photos

    ... the result being we were so stuffed with lovely Maltese bread there was no room left for much of the pizza. Waste not want not, the pizzas were boxed up for later consumption. We re-joined the queue, and now two hours later it was much better and smell of pizzas from our boxes gave us some envious looks, we almost exchanged half eaten pizzas for a sweatshirt. Returning to our apartment, poor Elly had to suffer the competitive Le Goods playing card games before we retired to ...

    London Calling

    A travel blog entry by emhealz on Aug 14, 2014

    3 photos

    ... British Airways, going Boston to London, and London to Accra. Once I found the British airways line, I was informed that my carryon was too large, once again luck was on my side and I was able to check my suitcase and cams pack for free. So I threw a dress into my purse and off I went. But alas I am here now. London apparently was calling. At this airport you don't ...

    Arrival in London

    A travel blog entry by kerrilyn on Jun 29, 2014

    4 comments, 18 photos

    We landed at Heathrow airport at about 11.30am. It was exciting to finally be leaving the airport! But as always, there was a lot more waiting around to be done much to our chagrin. It took a while to get through customs. They had two different areas. One for people with EU passports where they had the electronic system that simply scanned your passport and the other section for everyone else. The EU line was long gone and we were still waiting. I didn't mind too much. It's ...

    My Departure

    A travel blog entry by kerrysworldtour on Jan 13, 2014

    So the day has finally arrived and its time to say goodbye to my nearest and dearest! The bag still has a few bits to go in, so I'll be lucky if I can actually get it shut! Mixed emotions of excitement and nerves, but overall the excitement is taking over. Looking forward to the many adventures ahead and the beautiful sights we will see. So with money, passport and camera at the ready, I'm ready to set off on the trip of a life time!!! ...

    The Mission

    A travel blog entry by nicole.duncan on Dec 09, 2013

    1 photo

    ... we were old enough to be allowed in the dark room to help, my grandfather teaching me to dodge and burn the images he was developing, then moving the print from tray to tray of developing fluid and watching the magic image appear.

    I'm going to check that I have all of my camera batteries and memory cards one more time, give thanks I don't have to take hundreds of rolls of film with me but also be nostalgic for those days in the dark and watching magic happen.