The Waterloo Hotel

Address: Duke's Ride, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, RG45 6DW, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Duke's Ride, Crowthorne, is near Legoland Windsor, Nirvana Spa, The Look Out Discovery Centre, and Go Ape! at Bracknell.
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      ... travel to the other side of the planet. It'll dull I guess, but I know I'll always have a soft spot for his cheeky smile, gorgeous thick shiny black hair in that style I just love, his sexy ass and those deep, intense eyes which make my cool crumble and my insides melt like never before. Really struggling today. That's enough. Ok, here is my list as it stands now:- Things for travelling:-save £3K+ •hero3 black edition camera/case pole�� ...

      First Rate Ship

      A travel blog entry by aldarana on May 26, 2014

      ... sleep. Not sure what Mom got up to, she was on Delta and we flew American. Coolest part of the flight was coming into New York as our plane flew almost directly over Central Park, at least I'm almost certain it was Central Park. I spotted the Chrysler Building as we came in, New York is just insane to me. You look down out of a plane and all you can see, as far as the eye can see, is just tight packed buildings. People built all that and it just goes on and on it makes Anchorage ...

      Windsor Castle

      A travel blog entry by jas20j on May 22, 2014

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      ... and the longest-occupied palace in Europe, but it also remains a functioning royal home. The original castle was built in the 11th century and has a long association with British royality and is the weekend home to Queen Elizabeth when she has no official duties.

      A handful of rooms in the modern State Apartments reflect ...

      Nearly over the jet lag

      A travel blog entry by kag on Dec 14, 2013

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      ... lunch we indulged Briony by walking up to Oxford street,where she immersed herself in Topshop and Miss Selfridge to see if there was anything inside she could afford. Oxford street by twilight (about 3.30pm) is magical, with lights strung across the street like a glittering spider webs. Then back past Piccadilly Circus to Leicester Square, and to the movies (Catching Fire, and Captain Phillips for John). 17th :December Tuesday: we woke at 6.15 just in time ...

      A Mudblood in England

      A travel blog entry by schipper on Oct 28, 2013

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      ... few days of training. There were over 200 teachers from all over the world there.

      The way that the conference was advertised, they stated that it was "right outside London" and it seemed that we could just hop on the underground and cruise around London every night. Welp, that was not the case AT ALL. This conference was held at a boarding high school (which in London they call "College") and it was over in hour away ...