The Cedar House Restaurant & Hotel

Address: Mill Road, Cobham, Surrey, England, KT11 3AL, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Mill Road, Cobham, is near Chessington World of Adventures, Brooklands Museum, Wisley Garden, and The Charles Dickens Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Cobham

Day 28 London

A travel blog entry by wombat.one on Jul 10, 2014

6 photos

... Palace, so we decide to have a look. This was the birthplace of Queen Victoria, still the longest serving monarch in history, (although Queen Elizabeth II might rewrite the history books in a year or so) and of course is the former home of Prince Charles and Princess Diana.

Although parts of the Palace are obviously open to the public, today it is occupied by Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) and it also accommodates the Queens and other ...

Our English Holiday

A travel blog entry by dillardstravels on May 25, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... Yes, yes, we are on holiday!" The driver then pointed out all of the different areas of interest that we were driving by to get to our apartment. The Natural History Museum, Harrods, Piccadilly Circus, and Hyde Park. When we turned off of Shaftesbury onto Dean street we were met by a road block. The street was closed due to a one day street festival. The driver let us out on the corner and told us we would have to walk the rest of the way. It was a beautiful ...

London

A travel blog entry by calicait on Mar 27, 2014

56 photos

... out the Natural History Museum, and then head back to the hostel to take a nap.

After a much-needed nap we decided to grab some food and then head into the heart of the city. It was amazing. There were people from all walks of life, some drunk, some sober, some young, some old, you name it. There was so much hustle and bustle, and the businesses were beaming with the amount of lights and colors incorporated into ...

Time is marching by...

A travel blog entry by monroefischer on Dec 18, 2013

4 comments, 3 photos

... the Islamic woman who are completely covered by scarves (there are a lot in our area). Everyone wears skin-tight trousers. Quite a few men have been wearing mustard coloured trousers, a colour I could do without. Almost all women wear boots, mostly to the knee, but some above and many above the ankle only. The really special outfit is the young women who wear a short skirt, black opaque tights and heavy tan working boots. Almost all women wear black opaque ...

First impression of London

A travel blog entry by kennybier on Sep 10, 2013

1 comment, 3 photos

... people. Call it "hostel sleep." The pub at each hostel doubled as a lobby and check-in. Needless to say, I spent most of my time in the lobby drinking.

I found a flat pretty quick, so that wasn't an issue. Left me with plenty of time to hang out with my new friends at the hostel. I met some Canadians and Australian girls who were pretty cool. We drank. I also met a really beautiful lady from Spain. I tried to impress her with ...