The Bridge Lodge Hotel

Address: Bridge Road, Chertsey, Surrey, England, KT16 8JZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bridge Road, Chertsey, is near Thorpe Park, Brooklands Museum, Mercedes-Benz World at Brooklands, and Runnymeade.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Bridge Lodge Hotel Chertsey

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Travel Blogs from Chertsey

Landing in London

A travel blog entry by zachlynch on Nov 08, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... torrential downpour (to the Londoners, it was just a drizzle), grabbed a few beers and enjoyed the game with the home fans behind the goal. It was great!

I saw a lot of interesting stuff in London: Big Ben, London Bridge, Abbey Road, Platform 9 3/4, various locations where Jack the Ripper murdered and disemboweled hookers, and much more. Overall, the sights were great, the activities were great, the foot was great, and as usual the company was great!

London Youth Games Hall of Fame

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Sep 11, 2014

19 photos

... alumni on hand to make the evening a success. Chemmy Alcott is a fantastic MC, her and her co-host (which I can’t remember, and I’m going to play the I’m an Australian card here) did an amazing job presenting the evening.

It was great to catch up with my LYG mates and see what they’ve all been up to since we parted ways a few weeks ago.

I got a few selfies with the celebs and the British athletes. But ...

Hostel Terror

A travel blog entry by jess.skellern on Jul 18, 2014

19 photos

... While getting ready we met one of our 13 roommates an openly and hilarious gay guy also from Australia called Clay. A lot of fellow travellers we meet are actually from Australia. Keen to also get out of the hostel, we had some drinks in the common room before Clay took us to a club he had been before. As Zarah and I went through the airport later than Andy during the day we grabbed a bottle of vodka duty free. When we got to the hostel earlier, ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by nettandnev on Jun 16, 2014

Another exciting day in England. We decided to head north to Windsor Castle, which is the Queens residence. We were hoping to go for a tour, but when we but their we were told that it was closed for the day because of an annual event to do with the guards. It was still good to see the castle, I was surprised to see how big it was and the lawns so immaculent.
We then walked to Eaton to see where ...

Day 2 - Sights and sounds

A travel blog entry by lauzian on Apr 16, 2014

18 photos

With the tired haze having lifted, we set off early to explore more of the city. Thinking we would have success, we tubed it to the largest Westfield in Europe to buy a little point and shoot camera- only to find that nowhere in the centre sells cameras. Oook then. Admitting defeat, we then travelled back to the London Eye all ready with our pre paid tickets, only to find that the queue for these tickets was just as long as the other ones. No matter, the weather ...