The Lion Waddesdon

70a High St, Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire, England, HP18 0JD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 70a High St, Waddesdon, is near Waddesdon Manor.
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The beginning of my adventure

A travel blog entry by cheryl98 on Apr 18, 2014

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... the flight was 25 minutes late departing ,I had seat 46 J but Donna let me sit by the window seat ,how kind was that ! The journey is over 5,000 miles and our estimated time of arrival is 15.05 pm uk time It is now 18.02pm china time we are flying at 36,000 feet and have 2077 miles to go,we have just crossed the ural mountains We arrived in heathrow airport terminal 5 at 3.15pm but I thiought sod it yand caught the heathrow express. Train which should take 15 minutes to ...


A travel blog entry by davemurray4 on Oct 17, 2013

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... abroad (20 years)
b. Did any serious hiking abroad (25 years)
c. Travelled a very long way on my own (10 years)
d. Was on my own (20 years).

My list for Buenos Aires is significantly exceeding the three days I have there!


A day out with Daniel

A travel blog entry by rosssarahmeg on Oct 16, 2013

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... wired with electric lights. Queen Victoria once visited, and is reported to have been so impressed with electricity that she requested that the lights be turned off and on for her, several times. Buckingham Palace was at that time lit with candles.

A fairly wet day out but great to be out looking at the English countryside again.


Waddesdon Manor

A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Aug 26, 2013

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... been estimated that they had the largest private fortune of the 19th century as well as the largest fortune in modern history. Mayer Amschel founded the line in the 1700s and there are five branches to the family descended from his children. The branches are Paris, Vienna, London, Naples, and Frankfurt. The Baron is from the Vienna branch of the family. The Baron bought Waddesdon from the Duke of Marlborough, but the estate was just farm land. ...

So far, so Heathrow.

A travel blog entry by brianprescott on Jul 17, 2013

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We've arrived at Heathrow after filtering past three RTA's on M40. Purple Parking bus was steamy did the job. Just got through Customs OK after taking off bits n bobs. Waiting in lounge for gate to open. Passed on shopping troll, left that for kids n ladies! Next entry will from LA. Hold ...