The Running Horses

Address: Old London Road, Mickleham, Surrey, England, RH5 6DU, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Old London Road, Mickleham, is near Painshill Park, Epsom Downs Racecource, and Walton Heath Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Mickleham

    Day 1 (a total of 46 hours)...

    A travel blog entry by sheridanjevans on Aug 25, 2015


    After safely arriving in London there's a few things I've learnt thus far on my adventure: - traveling for 34 hours straight is feral, but possible, and spending the final 8 hours of flight in business class certainly helps! - London is just another big city - ready for exploring and getting lost in (both already achieved) - anyone who chooses to ride a bike or scooter in London is crazy (although I think that about most major cities) - my umbrella ...

    Westminster Abbey

    A travel blog entry by the.sheehan on Aug 13, 2015

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    ... He worked 18 hours a day every day, and was apparently close to exhaustion by the end of the war. He expected his staff to work long hours as well, but he was such a good leader that they did this very willingly. He planned his own funeral which he called Operation Hope Not. I find the Museum fascinating. We catch the underground back to the hotel. It is peak hour and the trains are packed like sardines. We pigged out at lunchtime, so we're not hungry. We decide to pass on ...

    UK day 11

    A travel blog entry by natalierose on Jul 14, 2015

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    ... with me to ensure nothing like last night happens again. After we had eaten we walked to the train station & we headed for the zoo! It took about an hour to get there as we caught the train & then walked through the park (they didn't want to pay yeh bus fair to get to the zoo they wanted to walk). I really enjoyed the zoo, they had some cool things and it actually is kind of ...

    Day 5: London, England

    A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Jun 10, 2015

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    ... that constructed St Paul's). Wren completely transformed the eastern half of the palace , but before it was finished William and Mary died. Instead their Georgian successors were able to enjoy many Royal balls/concerts there before George III moved the court. He reigned until 1760, and in 1838 Queen Victoria ordered that the neglected Hampton Court be "thrown open to all her subjects." Under her rule restoration occurred and at two points the interior was closed: ...

    The Year That Was

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Dec 31, 2014


    ... me in as one of their own for the time I was there.

    I then descended on my other homeland, Ireland.

    And here I rode bikes along coastlines, sat on cliff tops, opened a circus festival, made many new friends and discovered the far flung places I'd heard of in the Celtic Thunder songs I so much love.

    I had a down point when I had my laptop stolen, but I think I handled that fairly well...and it led me to two of the most generous people on ...