Clarendon Serviced Apartments - Wraysbury Hall

Address: Ferry Lane, Hythe End, Staines, Surrey, England, TW19 6HG, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Ferry Lane, Hythe End, Staines, is near Thorpe Park, Savill Garden, Runnymeade, and Windsor Farm Shop.
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      London

      A travel blog entry by annapengelly117 on Jun 09, 2014

      3 comments, 15 photos

      ... and her eyes seemed to look right through you..eerie! All in all London has been AWESOME!! We did everything we set out to do including 2 Westend Shows The Bodyguard and Les Miserables, which made me cry as it was so well performed. I will be back here one day and hopefully have David with me. He would love it I'm sure, especially with a pub on every corner..lol. We always felt safe, even walking around late at night and taking the tube at all hours. Goodbye London, until we meet ...

      Lock and Willow

      A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Apr 16, 2014

      3 photos

      ... pants. People watching in Camden is also a joy. There are a plethora of tourists from all over the world, but the locals are far more interesting, as Camden seems to attract a variety of different subcultures. We saw Goths with leather pants and spiked collars, hippies with dreadlocks and long beards, people with more piercings than a pin-cushion and some fads that defy the power of my ability to describe.

      The market ...

      Day 17: The One With Jude Law

      A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jan 08, 2014

      14 photos

      ... out all the stops and delivered a really fantastic performance as the titular King Henry V, fighting for his right to the throne of France on the fields of Agincourt. I would say that the crowd was pretty evenly split--1/3 of the theatregoers were Shakespeare buffs who probably would have seen the play no matter what; 1/3 were curious skeptics hoping to see a famous actor fall on his face; the remaining third were excited fangirls. I was a bit of all three. But really, ...

      Tower of London & St. Pauls

      A travel blog entry by 46thelrose8 on Oct 11, 2013

      ... popular and has one guide in particular who is extremely well know. “Donald 'is internationally recognized as the leading authority on Jack the Ripper". Britain's most distinguished crime historian, he is the author of the pre-eminent book on the Ripper, the best-selling The Complete Jack the Ripper. (‘Donald Rumbelow's The Complete Jack the Ripper remains the definitive book on the subject’.) The former Curator ...

      London - Day 2

      A travel blog entry by monie2310 on Aug 19, 2013

      ... too happy but I hope that hearing my voice helped him pull through the shitness a little. After we ate we walked to The London eye, on the way we walked through an absolutely beautiful area of London, buildings with flowers blooming from the brick houses, it was just gorgeous. We got to the London bridge and it was possibly the most packed place in the history of the world. We decided we should buy a ticket for the London eye, London dudgeon, ...