Address: Guildford Road east Horsley, Leatherhead, Surrey, England, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Guildford Road east Horsley, Leatherhead, is near Wisley Garden, Painshill Park, and Campaign.
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Travel Blogs from Leatherhead

The Year That Was

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Dec 31, 2014


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And fair enough to say it felt like home up there simply because of the people, but so much had happened since then.

For a start, I cut all my hair off. That was such an achievement in itself - but to say that I raised $1300 for Jimmy's Walk For Cancer makes me so proud.

I set off in May with little more than some clothes, a cheap tent and a bag of rice to the far reaches of the Scottish Highlands.

And it was at this point in ...

London, Capital of the once British Empire

A travel blog entry by jielipan on Sep 17, 2014

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... changing began. We closely witnessed this solemn scene. Windsor Castle is majestic and its interior painting, displays of porcelain and dolls, and St. John’s Cathedral are very unique. At Windsor Castle, we purchased an elegantly decorated album of the Castle as a sorvenir.

之后我们参 ;观游览了௙ 3;金汉宫及ê 67;前公园; ...

The history of London’s transport links!

A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Aug 20, 2014

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... world adapted the idea and developed their own underground rail
networks, then there was the famous hop on/off bus, this was a bus that used to
go around the entire city taking people from place to place and the bus never
stopped, it moved at a show pace so that people were able to hop on / hope off,
this is where the bus got its name from, then with the roads becoming
increasingly more busy, with ...

Arrival in England!

A travel blog entry by jaimeuhl on Jun 21, 2014

... super easy to find my way through customs. They didn't even look at anything beside my passport so all the other formal paper work that i was supposed to prepare was worthless. Met a girl who was on the same flight as me and also studying at the University of Sussex. We split ways and i got the next bus to Brighton. After transferring coaches at Gatwick i met more study abroad students. ...

London Calling

A travel blog entry by websterfamily14 on May 16, 2014

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... for the weekend. On Saturday, we toured around Kensington Gardens before heading over to the West End (another exciting moment for me- not that it's all about me?!) to see the Roald Dahl book turned premiere musical, Matilda the Musical- with music and lyrics written by the super talented Oz musician/comedian Tim Minchin. Aside from a couple of frightening Miss Trunchbull moments, the general Webster consensus was that it was an ...