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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      Final thoughts

      A travel blog entry by megbrodribb on Jul 05, 2014

      ... sleep, so that's good. I thought I would spend this time filling you all in on my last two days in London, and then final thoughts on the trip all together. My last two days in London were fairly cruzy - to be honest I'm starting to get a bit tired. Thursday, as I might have mentioned already, I hit the galleries in the morning, the national gallery first, then the portrait gallery. Because I was short on time, I only did the bare minimum - which for ...

      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

      ... 8217;Goree that countless West African slaves were once shipped off to the Americas in a practice that was officially halted only a little more than 200 years ago.

      Nowadays, the island is a place of pilgrimage for those descendants who journey to see where their ancestors were led away in shackles, and for those who wish to pay respect and in some way redeem themselves of their inherited guilt. I fell into the latter category.

      I participated in ...

      Markets and museums

      A travel blog entry by wanz on Dec 04, 2013

      ... again! Day 3 was more of museum hopping. We went to the British natural museum and the British museum. Liked the dinosaur exhibition very much. Saw teachers bringing school children around primary sch age for a field trip to the museum and I wonder if we have that kind of thing in Singapore. The student-teacher ratio is about 1:6. Students are generally more expressive and the girls are more well behaved than the boys, to no one's surprise. The British museum was the ...


      A travel blog entry by shirleynaomi on Sep 25, 2013

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      Our apartment is nice and clean, bright and roomy. It has a washing machine so at least I can do some washing successfully this time. A big difference to Portsmouth! Off to explore London today! We walked to Earls Court Station down Warwick Road and caught the train to Victoria Station, and before leaving there we checked out how to catch the train to Gatwick Airport. Just so we know the way to the airport on Saturday! The directions were really straight forward so ...