Travelodge Windsor Central Hotel

Address: 34 King Edward Court, Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, England, SL4 1TG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 34 King Edward Court, Windsor, is near Queen Mary's Doll's House, Windsor Castle, St. George's Chapel, and Windsor Great Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Windsor

    River Cruise

    A travel blog entry by etta.spence on Jun 09, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    Had a super day today, D&B had booked a river cruise to Windsor and back. It was 1 1/2 hour trip each way with commentary and an afternoon tea on the way back. Only 17 of us on the way down and 14 coming back. Windsor was cool however we didn't really notice as were reasonably well wrapped up. Had lunch in the 4th photo place and didn't even have a cake, made up for it ...

    History of tea in Great Britain

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Nov 15, 2014

    ... Afternoon Tea. Afternoon Tea is wonderful moment in life which one has to enjoy. Afternoon tea package in London, that most essential of English customs is, perhaps astonishingly, a relatively new tradition. As the custom of drinking tea years back to the third millennium BC in China and was propagated in England during the 1660s by King Charles II and his wife the Portuguese Infanta Catherine de Braganza but till mid-17th century that the idea of ...

    Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Bath

    A travel blog entry by kcasey1 on Oct 21, 2014

    1 photo

    ... Stonehenge is situated on the Salisbury Plains and is amazing as it just appears out of nowhere. There are no other structures or trees around it for miles. Stonehenge was very interesting but it was blowing a gale and freezing so we had a quick walk around and then retreated to the visitor centre to enjoy Cornish pasties and hot chocolate with marshmallows. Not only was the rocks carted hundreds of kilometres to be erected here but burial sites encircle ...

    DAY 4: Saturday, 6 September

    A travel blog entry by calogie on Sep 06, 2014

    ... get a bit dark. The Pier's lights started to come on and we took a stroll to the end of the Pier which was busy with people enjoying the funfair located on it with games and rides dry much like the Royal Show. It was a fun environment. By that time it was getting late and we decided to head back to the train station to catch the 50 minute train ride back to Vauxhall. Tonight the plan is to go clubbing at XXL. It's now 10.32pm but I'm looking forward to a night out in old London ...

    Day 16, London

    A travel blog entry by aheatherly on Jul 14, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... He was a huge guy, not just rotund but about 6'3" which was unusually tall for the mid 1500's. After the Tower, the girls were focused on finding a Starbucks both for coffee and wifi. Since it was our last night in London we let them choose what to do. They decided on Italian for dinner then hang out at the flat. We found an Italian restaurant near the Tower, but I was the only one who liked their dinner. Oh, well. Back home, we were all too tired to pack so put if off until the ...