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Guildford

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Leatherhead

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Weybridge

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11,48,3

Shere

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8,20,0

Woking

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2,13,11

Chertsey

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Normandy

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8,7,0

Guildford

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  • Quakers Acre

    Guildford Things to Do

    Located in the town centre, the park acted a burial ground until it was handed to the borough in 1927. The park has various memorials and is in fact quite peaceful a short step away from the busy streets and Saturday market.

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  • Barnett Hill

    Guildford Hotels

    Blackheath Lane, Wonersh, Guildford, Surrey, GU5 0RF, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Old Pottery Gallery

    Guildford Things to Do

    This was an interesting and free experience, it is located about the entrance and shop of the Watts Galley in Compton.During our visit the exhibition showing was "Faces of Compton" by local artist Emma-Leone Palmer.For further information on her work, try looking at:www.emma-leonepalmer.comstudio@emma-leonepalmer.com+44 (0) 7830 070 833

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Leatherhead

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  • GREAT NIGHTS OUT-FREEBIES!

    Leatherhead Nightlife

    This pub has been transformed by the current couple-friendly atmos, great food, SUPERB BANDS ON SATURDAY NIGHT WITH FREE ENTRY!, All the rotters have been cleared out and the pub has changed DRAMATICALLY! Went in for a quick pint with a pal and stayed ALL NIGHT!...... have been back a few times since and every night is great. No kids to fall over...

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  • Travelodge Leatherhead Hotel

    Leatherhead Hotels

    Travelodge has come to Leatherhead. It's right at the foot of the High St.*

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  • Leatherhead Trains

    Leatherhead Transportation

    Trains between central London and Leatherhead are run by South West Trains on the line between London Waterloo and Guildford or Dorking. Trains leave Waterloo at least every 15 minutes during the working day. The journey takes about forty five minutes. To return to Waterloo, there are trains leaving Leatherhead regularly. At peak times, bicycles...

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Egham

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  • SHORT RIDE FROM LONDON

    Egham Transportation

    Egham Station is on the Waterloo line and there are frequent trains throughout the day. The town dates back to 800 BC and is close to Runnymede where the Magna carta was sealed in 1215. The town was originally called EGCA'S HAM. There is not really much to see here except for a few memorials, as the town is basically part of the commuter belt for...

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  • Great Fosters

    Egham Hotels

    Over the years I have been lucky enough to have travelled a bit, and, occasionally (normally if...

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  • Cumberland Lodge

    Egham Things to Do

    Cumberland Lodge is a 17th century house in the middle of Windsor Great Park near Egham. It's not open to the general public, but can sometimes be seen on open days or the like. However, you can visit it as a participant of one of the numerous conferences taking place there every year. Film buffs might know it from "The King's Speech" which was...

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Weybridge

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  • Brooklands Dining

    Weybridge Restaurants

    Staying in the hotel somewhat limits where you can eat. There is nothing very much nearby, thus eating in the 1907 makes sense. The staff were young and busy; I had made a reservation and sadly they had lost it. I did get a table within a few minutes.The restaurant was warm and bright. The staff did seem to change from course to course.They do...

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  • Brooklands Hotel

    Weybridge Hotels

    I finally stayed in the hotel, it is a high end property with a spa, restaurant and function area....

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  • Brooklands Community Park.

    Weybridge Off The Beaten Path

    The park provides residents and other visitors with 60-acres of stunning country park and a riverside walkway. It is part of an agreement between the Council and |Mercedes-Benz World who are located just next to Brooklands Community Park.The Park is situated within the historic Brooklands site, the birthplace of British motorsport and aviation....

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Shere

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  • Antique Shopping

    Shere Shopping

    A wonderful little shop here, good merchandise and not bad pricesI bought a Silver Strawbery Spoon here for a very good price.A great variety of merchandise is displayed here, all in very good condition. Specialists in Traditional & Decorative Antiques

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  • The Drinking Fountain

    Shere Things to Do

    There is a small Drinking Fountain in Shere that was given to the village in 1886 by two maiden ladies who lived locally. They were very religious and saw alcohol as the devil. They wanted visitors to the nearby White Horse Pub to have an alternative 'local' drink and thought water was a good option.Water flowed at the well until the 1970's when...

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  • St James' Church

    Shere Things to Do

    Shere's parish church is well worth a visit. Much of St James' dates back to the year 1190, though there have been a few additions since then. As you enter, pick up one of the information sheets which gives you full details of all the interesting features of the church. The inside is tastefully decorated, with lovely arches and wood panelled...

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Woking

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  • plymouthto banjul challenge

    Woking Things to Do

    see http://www.plymouth-banjul.co.uk/ for full delails i took part on 08/02/06 in a citroen c15d it was a great challenge and we got to see parts of the woruld we would normaly just fly overi would recomend marrechesh for a short break you may prefer longer we only stayed 1 nite senagel authorities we very off not nice at all they would rip you off...

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  • Premier Inn Woking

    Woking Hotels

    Bridge Barn Lane, Woking, GU21 6NL, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

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Chertsey

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  • Thorpe Park's thrills...and spills.

    Chertsey Things to Do

    Thorpe Park looked promising with its fair share of big thrill rides and rollercoasters:The fantastic Stealth, Nemesis Inferno (better than its Alton Towers predecessor), and Rush, but I couldn't help feeling disappointed at the end of the day...The Price is high (as all the Tussaud's group attractions are) at £32.00 per person. The most appalling...

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  • Crown Hotel

    Chertsey Hotels

    7 London St, Chertsey, KT16 8AP, GB

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

  • Small but beautifuly formed.

    Chertsey Things to Do

    This is a really quirky little place. Only open in the afternoons, it has a collection that is quire eclectic. I still have to understand why it has a horde of Greek pottery for example. Now, it is not the British Museum by any means but it is a pleasant place to spend and hour, and that is really all it will take you to see it.The museum is...

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Normandy

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  • Foot and Mouth Disease

    Normandy Warnings and Dangers

    In 2007 Normandy, and especially Flexford, appeared on TV and newspapers because of some cases of foot and mouth disease (afta epizootica). This illness does not attack human beings, so there is no real danger. The problem is dramatic for the economy of the region. For visitors the only problem is that walking paths in the area can be closed. In...

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  • Wyke Church

    Normandy Things to Do

    I think that country churches are very charming and I liked very much this one in Wyke, especially because of the green churchyard with ancient tombstones. It was built around 1850 and it is the parish church of Normandy. It is dedicated to St Mark.

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  • Surrey by bicycle

    Normandy Sports & Outdoors

    The low hills of Surrey provide the ideal conditions for this kind of activity, especially for people like me, who do not dare cycling on steep mountain roads.A cycling tour is the reason why I went to Normandy. Surrey has a very good network of cycling routes and it is very easy to find information to organize a tour.The most useful guide is the...

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Surbiton Hotels
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