Travelodge Reading Whitley

387 Basingstoke Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG2 0JE, United Kingdom
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by Geoff_Wright


Reading is the administrative centre of Berkshire, on the River Kennet, near its influx to the Thames.Reading is a market centre with engineering, brewing, and biscuit and seed industries. It was occupied in 871 by the Danes, who burned it in 1006. A gateway and ruins of buildings, surrounded by a public park, remain on
f a Benedictine abbey founded in 1121 by Henry I, who is buried here. There are a 15th Century grammar school, the Reading College of Technology, and the University of Reading, with agriculture and dairying departments.

My Local

by dejavu2gb about The Griffin

The Griffin, in Caversham is my local bar. Its a very nice pub that offer great food, and a really nice atmosphere.
The pub is very nice on the inside, with quite a upmarket feel to it.
Exposed beams and hops hanging from the ceiling gives it a nice atmosphere.
During summer its really nice to have a drink outside in the beer garden in the sun.
Its one of my favourite pubs in Reading, I love coming here for a drink and on the occasional basis I will treat myself to one of their lovely meals.
If you are in Reading and don't fancy one of the chain pubs in town, make your way over to the Griffin, you will love it! No set dress code for the Griffin.

Madejski Stadium

by Imbi

Home to Reading Football Club this stadium boasts excellent spectator views all the way round the ground and first rate visitor facilities.
Recently the ground has become home to London Irish Rugby Club, and the continuing development of the area has included a brand new high quality hotel


by dejavu2gb

Reading has been my home for the past 3 years.
For those of you who are not aware, Reading is situated about 35 miles West of London.
Obviously its not as big as London, but its got a few things that would attract you to it.
One of which being the very famous Reading Festival. It takes place every August over the bank holiday and literally thousands upon thousands of people flock to Reading to see their favourite bands in action.
Reading also hosts an annual Beer Festival, which is very popular amongst those beer connoisseurs out there.


by SMeeds


WOMAD stands for "World of Music and Dance" (see their Web Site). The biggest WOMAD festival each year is WOMAD in Reading (that is Reading, Berkshire, UK).
This travelogue includes some photographs of WOMAD in Reading 1999. These might give you a flavour of the festival, and might just persuade you to go to a WOMAD festival in the future.
As well as music and dance their are interesting stalls selling food and other goods from around the world.

"The End"


WOMAD attracts headline acts from around the world. One of these in 1999 was Britain's own Billy Bragg.
Other well known acts that year included:Afro-Celt Sound System, Baka Beyond, Banco de Gaia, La Bottine Souriante (Canada), Johnny Clegg and Juluka (South Africa), Joji Hirota (Japan and UK), Moussa Kouyate (Gambia and Senegal), Toto La Momposina (Colombia), John Otway (UK), Andy White (Northern Ireland) and Guo Yue (China and UK).

"Other Acts"

The mainstay of WOMAD is a huge variety of acts from around the world.
This photograph shows Kobayawaka Suigun Taiko on the main stage. They are a female Taiko drum troupe from Japan.


A new feature of WOMAD in the last few years is the cabaret.
Here is Daniela Zocchi, a contortionist.

And here are The Kozaks


WOMAD includes a wide variety of workshops.
Here, Toto La Momposina, from Colombia, is leading a dance workshop.


The final day of WOMAD brings the carnival procession, whose climax is in the huge Siam Tent

"The Atmosphere"

Here are some more photographs, showing the atmosphere of WOMAD.


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Address: 387 Basingstoke Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG2 0JE, United Kingdom