Travelodge Kingston upon Thames Central

Address: International House 31 Wheatfield Way, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England, KT1 2PD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on International House 31 Wheatfield Way, Kingston upon Thames, is near Hampton Court Palace, Bushy Park, John Lewis, and Burghley Park.
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          First Day experience in London

          A travel blog entry by nipa.sarma on Dec 29, 2014

          5 comments, 24 photos

          ... at Victoria station and walked from there to go to
          Westminster Abbey. The line up was almost to the houses of the
          parliament, Z format. It was fairly warm for December (compared to
          Canada, everywhere else is warmer). I stood there for sometime and
          decided not to waste too much time and go see the big Ben. The view of
          the clock is good only from across the Westminster bridge. So I kept
          walking. The other side of the bridge leads to London ...

          Is London the only city worth visiting in England

          A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Dec 01, 2014

          ... Manchester is also known for its popular Manchester United Football club.

        • Liverpool: Liverpool is a city in England situated on the eastern side of the Mersey Estuary. It was historically a part of Lancashire and grew rapidly because of the port. You can find a confluence of different architecture in the city from Tudor buildings to contemporary architecture. Many areas of the city have been declared as a UNESCO ...

        • The Big Pack

          A travel blog entry by jeanrose49 on Oct 14, 2014


          Our bags are almost packed and the excitement building. We are both having the usual dilemmas of what to take and whether we should pack that last t-shirt .....just in case.

          The itinerary looks great and I know from past experience it can also be very tiring so I am comforted by the fact that we have built in a few days half way around our trip to just 'flop'.

          We are both ...

          Saturday in London

          A travel blog entry by agegjwoolcock on Sep 20, 2014

          3 photos

          Met Cath, Andy, Ben and Lachy at 9.30. After bandaging Jem's foot following a mishap on the football pitch the evening before, we walked north in the post-dawn thunderstorm gloom to Clissold Pk where Ben & Lachy participate in separate football skills sessions . G and A went for a bike ride around the park while Gab and Cath wandered to the local bakery to buy ...

          Bye Bye Venice and hello London

          A travel blog entry by u2shadow on Sep 16, 2014

          9 photos

          ... listened - uh - no, if you are at the back, you should have boarded from the back, because now you have to wait until other people get their stuff put away before you can go thru (allt eh while glaring and wondering what the hold up is) - same for people who were at the front but loaded from the back - further holding up the boarding process- sigh. It was even more fun when they had to try and get around each other in the aisle because some had to ...