The Wee Waif

Address: Old Bath Road, Reading, Berkshire, England, RG10 9RJ, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Old Bath Road, Reading, is near Dinton Pastures Country Park, Forbury Gardens, The Oracle, and Museum of English Rural Life.
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      Day 13

      A travel blog entry by bigadventure14 on May 24, 2014

      2 comments, 66 photos

      ... today! London is like a really big Ballarat. Lots of old buildings and four seasons in one day. Caught a train to the Dickens museum in Camden. Got a bit lost on foot but as usual found a friendly local to send us in the right direction. Caught a bus to Buckingham Palace for a few photo's and fInished off with a meal at Trafalgar Square and then bus ...

      Chapter 2: Crossing the Sahara

      A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

      ... This broken man was attempting to cycle from France to South Africa and back again, on a journey he expected to take around two years. During the course of my own journey, I was to meet many cyclists, many of them young Frenchmen. Most had chosen journeys less tortuous in length, but equally difficult and draining in their parts: Europe to Cape Town, Dakar to Yaoundé, across the DR Congo.

      Despite the pain and torment which travelling by public transport in ...

      Day 4: The One With the Boys in Blue

      A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Dec 26, 2013

      15 photos

      ... We had the particular delight of sitting/standing directly behind the walking Chelsea FC songbook--we'll call him the Chelsea Crier--a rather youthful middle-aged man who took it upon himself to start every single chant our section sang--not a small feat considering that we were seated in the truest, bluest section of the Stadium (the Matthew Harding stands, apparently, and the Shed End opposite the pitch from us are where the rowdiest fans sit. The ...

      A day in london

      A travel blog entry by cbail32 on Sep 30, 2013

      17 photos

      ... The observatory wanted £7 to look at the meridan line. I hate paying for stuff like that. Always makes me feel ripped off. Anyway, being a science nerd I felt I had to see the actual line so I paid my £7 and got the obligatory photo in front of the line. One foot in the Western Hemisphere and one in the East. Next was a walk under the Thames through the pedestrian walkway built in 1902, bit scary when you see all the leaks coming through the brickwork. ...

      Some good, some not, some naive

      A travel blog entry by daveclarke6 on Aug 20, 2013

      ... them. So, when you are selecting the safari companies you intend to deal with, do check them out fully: credentials, testimonials, membership of trade associations – if they have a reputation to uphold, they may be more keen and determined to provide a high level of customer service both during and after the trip and not just beforehand.

      Overall, the holiday was disappointing since we missed out on seeing gorillas and on other parts to ...