The Thames Hotel

Address: Ray Mead Rd, Maidenhead, Windsor and Maidenhead, England, SL6 8NR, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ray Mead Rd, Maidenhead, is near Legoland, Windsor Great Park, Eton College, and Stanley Spencer Gallery.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Maidenhead

    Day 13

    A travel blog entry by jonewgrosh on May 19, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... t try to teach someone something they already know) and,
    * Yer bums oot the windae, (you're talking rubbish) and my personal favourite,
    * Is the cat deid (your trousers are a bit short, like flying a flag at half mast).

    Lunch time is soon upon us and, as luck would have it, the next exit is to the West Dales in Yorkshire. David is a little skeptical at first but I manage to convince him we should take a slight detour ...

    Maddie Keisler last day in London.... Free day

    A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 18, 2015

    6 photos

    ... we stopped for lunch a little pub along the ways which had very good food, I had a chicken bacon salad, and the other two had fish and chips. Once we were done at Buckingham palace we got the bus again and road around to Hyde park. At Hyde park we went and listened to some of the speakers at speakers corner. We got back on the bus and road down to Harrods, where we visited all of the floors just to see what ...

    Foggy London Town

    A travel blog entry by alex.stuart4 on Dec 28, 2014

    23 photos

    ... part of Harry Potter, and Daniel Radcliffe was going to walk around the corner. Seeing the sets that they used and drinking butter beer was such a great experience. The amount of work that went into those movies is insane. All the props they had were handmade, not just special effects. So you can imagine how many hours these people spent each day on these films. Whether it's food you're after, vintage shopping, eating cuisines from different continents, eating fancy food at the ...

    Something a bit different

    A travel blog entry by stedders on Oct 15, 2014

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... jokes and double meanings on points of interests. After the trip we had another half an hour to kill so found another cosy London pub and had a cider to keep out of the rain. Then over to the theatre to see the show. Greg wasn’t sure what to expect of this show. When I told him I t was a musical about Mormon missionaries in Africa I could see a distinct frown appear on his face. Not only was he forced to endure a musical but it was also ...


    A travel blog entry by ana.prodanovich on Aug 15, 2014

    I decided to go to Islington to visit the London borough as well as watch the new Grace of Monaco movie at the Odeon Cinema that was out at the time. It seems to be a pretty dominant theater district with the Almeida, Pleasance, and Courtyard theaters nearby. I did some background research before going and found out that it is also known for their boutique bars, cafes, and restaurants. The pubs I noticed are traditionally English, with the name Earl of Essex giving ...