Travelodge Kingston upon Thames

Address: 21/23 Old London Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England, KT2 6ND, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 21/23 Old London Road, Kingston upon Thames, is near Bushy Park, John Lewis, Burghley Park, and Marble Hill House.
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          Travel Blogs from Kingston upon Thames

          Leaving London Behind

          A travel blog entry by cathnola802 on Mar 14, 2015

          ... upper deck of an Airbus a380 and got to use the bar, wifi, in chair massage and amazing entertainment centre. I watched both hunger games and horrible bosses. We arrived to the apartment in Dubai around 10:00, unpacked and headed out to the Deria City Centre mall for a look around and dinner. ...

          Is London the only city worth visiting in England

          A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Dec 01, 2014

          ... There are many cities in England other than London, which has a lot to offer to its tourists. If you are bored of busy city life and you have had enough of urban comfort and luxury, head towards some of the most mesmerizing cities in England, which are closer to the nature and will offer a more authentic experience. Tourists have realised it lately and are now keen on visiting these cities and the explore the treasure of beauty ...

          Day 32. Crystal Palace, lost in London.

          A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Sep 19, 2014

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          ... our camp site was and after setting up camp headed to the nearby shopping
          center for provisions. The area is very cosmopolitan and people of all race and
          creed seem to have settled in the area. It felt a bit like going shopping at

          Later in the evening, Justin dropped by for supper. It was
          great to see him again after such a long time and to catch up on his life over
          a few beers and some local pork sausages.


          The start line is in sight. Cue the nerves.

          A travel blog entry by never2old on Aug 11, 2014

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          ... smell like armpits? No. The weather? No. But are we going to miss the pubs on every corner, the ability to go to a gig whenever we want, the theaters, the free museums, the view of Snt Paul's on a summers see where I'm going with this. But indecision be damed. I want my large steaks, sunshine, beaches and for gods sake a garden large enough to swing a cat in. Ons vir jou Suid ...

          Another day out in London

          A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on Jul 30, 2014

          1 comment, 13 photos

          ... street name) via Gresham Street, Lothbury, Throgmorton Street, etc. We were walking along the Minories because I was trying to find the site of the Holy Trinity Minories church and burial grounds because one of my Chaille gt gt gt uncles was buried there in 1823. I'd read the church was destroyed during the war, but that part of the wall was at 9 Clare St off the Minories. We found 9 Clare St but ...