Travelodge Windsor Central Hotel

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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    Royal Apahhhtments, Roman Bahhhths, and Stownes

    A travel blog entry by focksy on May 26, 2014

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    ... caught up with is at Stonehenge. We were soaked. It is a bit of a trek around it, as well as from the bus to the visitor center. So glad I brought my umbrella, but it didn't seem to help overall. Snuck some good pics, gazed in amazement at the mystery of the rock formations, then got the H-E-Double Hockey sticks out of there. Some delicious Chinese food and a bed was in order this evening--we are all cold and wet--and horrible ...

    Day 14: Windsor, Bath, and Stonehenge

    A travel blog entry by flahivemo on May 19, 2014

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    ... got yelled at after me. But holy **** though this place is legit a palace! And to make the whole thing even better, the queen was actually there!! Every room I walked into I was just in awe about. Multiple chandlers in every room, art paintings, statues, gold everywhere. The dinning hall was just, wow. After I walked through all the inside I could I took a trip to the gift shop for some tea towels of course. On my way out I even got to catch the ...

    From worry to Windsor

    A travel blog entry by teambargey on Apr 05, 2014

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    ... quite concerned that we weren't already out the door. As I had a set of keys, we had to address one annoyance at a time and I rushed back to the Tube and to the apartment to pass on the keys, apologise for her turning up earlier than planned and then clear off again. Thanks to Juls and the kids for reading the Spanglish writing on the wall (the lady had an interesting Spanish twist to English that was tricky to understand), they finsihed the last of the ...

    Aye Aye, Scotland!

    A travel blog entry by mccloskey on Apr 02, 2014

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    Today has been yet another incredible day! I took the tube in for my classes again (like I will every day) and I realized how paradisiacal of a place it is to complete last minute readings/assignments. The journey is nearly an hour long so I really do not have anything better to do! I actually thoroughly enjoy the daily commute because it forces me to slow down and relax both before I begin my day and as soon as I am ...

    Day 4: The One With the Boys in Blue

    A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Dec 26, 2013

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    ... sports usually draw in the most hardline nationalists, so it's not surprising, but it was interesting to see up close. In no particular order here are some of the people/things the fans around us proclaimed to hate:

    • Local rival team Tottenham Hotspurs
    • Manchester United manager David Moyes
    • Local rival manager Arsene Wenger (who touches boys)
    • Gingers (obvs)
    • Any number of opposing players, whose mothers ...