Travelodge Staines

Address: Hale Street, Staines, Surrey, England, TW18 4UW, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Hale Street, Staines, is near Thorpe Park, Mercedes-Benz World at Brooklands, Savill Garden, and Runnymeade.
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      Bunch of Blarney

      A travel blog entry by dillardstravels on May 25, 2014

      5 comments, 80 photos

      ... than you would expect, until your head is even with the stone and kiss it. Thankfully you are not totally dependent on the assistant for your life. There are metal guard rails underneath the stone to catch you should you slip. Each one of us laid down and leaned back like champs, laying big kisses on the stone. The Dillards are now unstoppable! No one can resist us!!

      After a short walk through town, we left for Cashel. It took about ...

      London Life - Museums, markets, parks, theatre...

      A travel blog entry by rozinlondon on Mar 23, 2014

      1 comment, 25 photos

      ... on to another airbnb place for a week before moving into my new home in Stoke Newington.

      I've been having fun but I won't lie - it's been hard too. I especially feel it when I'm tired, cold, hungry and literally lost in the rain trying to find a tube or bus stop. I've been running around ...

      Messiah by Candlelight

      A travel blog entry by monroefischer on Dec 14, 2013

      4 comments, 13 photos

      ... church opera). It was composed in 1741 after Handel had moved to England with his patron (who was paying him to compose so I think moving was a good idea). A German-born composer, he was famous for his Italian operas, but found that the English audiences were not interested in music with lyrics that they could not understand, so he turned to the oratorio format. Like opera, oratorios have recitatives sung by soloists which move the story along, arias ...

      Purple Chooks, Boats, Clocks and Stars

      A travel blog entry by ozplanman on Sep 26, 2013

      9 photos

      ... shop that’s been built into the drydock in which the old girl sits whilst I rubbed my bruised head. It’s amazing how often I’ve managed to run into things on this trip – I even brained myself on a wall switch for an exhaust fan in the bathroom at the hotel we stayed in on our first night in New York! I’m thinking of buying a padded hat!

      There are 24 stays that hold her up in the air to take the load off the keel. She sits about 2.5m ...

      Return to the big city

      A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Jul 19, 2013

      74 photos

      ... standing on the floor of the Hall or around the top rim above the seats. Standing costs a mere 5. I always bought a seat, not wanting to stand for two or more hours, but I was impressed to look down at the prommers and see no fidgeting going on.

      For most of my stay in London the weather was HOT, as high as 33 degrees C and humid – way too hot for my liking. But I survived. It was slightly less hot for the Thames walking ...