African Queen

Address: Mapledurham Estate, Mapledurham, Oxfordshire, England, RG4 7TR, United Kingdom | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on Mapledurham Estate, Mapledurham, is near Museum of Reading, Mapledurham House, Kennet & Avon Canal, and The Hexagon.
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      Travel Blogs from Mapledurham

      London - hop on hop off bus tour

      A travel blog entry by sgillies on Dec 27, 2014

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      ... at our stop for the Globe Theatre. We still had a 10 minute walk and it was through the Borrowboy area. Excellent food markets, but bloody hell it was freezing. We decided to get a bite to eat, to warm up before braving the walk. That was a disaster. Lunch was dreadful. We then cancelled the Globe due to the weather and that the Globe is an outdoor theatre and the tour lasts half an hour. Rebecca and I ...

      The joke on me - getting lost

      A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Nov 16, 2014

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      ... a hotel with a Hounslow address, Hounslow Central tube station would – all things considered – be a sound bet.

      Except when I loaded up the map on my phone it said I was two miles away from the hotel and the nice shiny Travelodge across the road was Hounslow Travelodge and not Heathrow Travelodge. Silly me. Back on the tube. And off at Hounslow West station. "Have ...

      London - Day 4

      A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 22, 2014

      5 photos

      ... or should I say buildings spread out over 5 hectares. It is a purpose built castle. Construction began in the 11th century and it had been built up over the last millennia to its current incarnation. Part of the tour included a free audio guide and the introduction on it was from Charlie himself, welcoming visitors to the castle. I thought that was a nice touch. After walking around the grounds for a short while I made my way to the state rooms. ...

      The never ending journey

      A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Aug 10, 2014

      2 comments

      ... flight but of course now was late arriving in Sydney. (and you can guess what that meant can't you?)

      Anyway sped through immigration with our new smart passports and then waited and waited and waited for our suitcases to appear. And they didn't. So trundle along to Baggage Services and lodge a report - hopefully they'll arrive sometime today.

      Headed then to Qantas domestic transfers and as you'll have guessed by now - we'd missed ...

      The Iconic Buildings of London

      A travel blog entry by kerrilyn on Jun 30, 2014

      4 comments, 30 photos

      ... fast so it didn’t take long to get in. Basically you walked slowly in a line through the building. There were a couple of different movies with the coronation of the queen and other occasions where the crown jewels had been used. There were stories on the wall about the different crowns that had been designed for different kings. Then the final displays were of all the different crowns, the actual crowns, with the jewels etc. It was quite impressive.

      I wanted to ...