Travelodge Billinghurst Five Oaks

Address: A29, Stane Street, Five Oaks, West Sussex, England, RH14 9AE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on A29, Stane Street, Five Oaks.
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      Map-less in London

      A travel blog entry by wandergirl21 on Nov 23, 2014

      15 photos

      ... souvenir shops, but decided against it. I was not on anyone's schedule but my own; being lost didn't seem so intimidating. I decided I would go map-less in London. My goal had been to see, if not take a ride on the London Eye. It took a few hours but I finally rounded a corner and there it was. I continued to walk along the river, and took some detours before heading over to see my friend Big Ben and the giant Ferris wheel. I walked ...

      Revived and loved in London

      A travel blog entry by getcracken on Oct 04, 2014

      3 comments, 21 photos

      ... blessing to be able to see the world my friend lives in and I left feeling richer with the reminder that although my special people may be in some far flung places (relative to Cape Town), I can pick up with them at any's almost like, having pockets of love and laughter sprouting all around the globe. Back in London, I arrived into rush hour on the underground.....10-out-of-10 Kim. I just made it on time to dinner with Kate in Earslfield. After a special ...

      A Magical Family History Tour

      A travel blog entry by barbeisele on Jul 20, 2014

      16 photos

      In 1300 AD, the inhabitants of Putney constructed a church on the banks of the River Thames. St. Mary's Church has withstood two fires and wars, only to be repaired and restored. In the mid 1600's, the Putney Debates, one of the first discussions of the attributes of democracy, took place at the church. Fast forward to the twentieth century: James Mitchell raised his family of six daughters at 52 Lacy Road, near the place of his ...

      Is it time to panic yet?

      A travel blog entry by jamesbalfour on Feb 05, 2014

      3 photos

      ... concern about the house sale as the buyer seemed to be dithering about setting exchange and completion dates, so it was not a complete surprise when I found out today that the sale had fallen through........... over 3 months since the sale was agreed........... there has to be a better way of selling houses!

      Almost everyone I know had told me ...

      Say goodbye to Shakespeare

      A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Oct 03, 2013

      16 photos

      ... large tombstones flat on the ground.

      We were headed south to Hampton but made a detour to Coventry to see the cathedral, I was interested in the preservation of the ruins after it was almost levelled in the blitz and even though I don’t come from Christchurch I really wish they would consider doing something similar with the cathedral there, keeping at least something of the facade. But it comes expensive though, there was ...