NEW 3 STAR HOTEL Comfort Inn Edgware Road offers contemporary surroundings for business travellers and tourists looking for a three star hotel in London....... more
NEW 3 STAR HOTEL Comfort Inn Edgware Road offers contemporary surroundings for business travellers and tourists looking for a three star hotel in London. Superbly located between Paddington and Marble Arch, this brand new hotel has ensuite rooms, lifts to all floors and a modern dining room with plasma screen TV.
The Best Places to Stay in Britain on a Budget Jules Brown,Samantha Cook,Helena Smith,James Stewart,Steve Vickers
Rough Guides' The Best Places to Stay in Britain on a Budget reviews over 250 establishments, from the Isles of Scilly to Orkney and Windermere to Winchester,...... more
Rough Guides' The Best Places to Stay in Britain on a Budget reviews over 250 establishments, from the Isles of Scilly to Orkney and Windermere to Winchester, taking in rural B&Bs, cool townhouses, historic inns, hikers' hostels and canal boats. Our selection includes everything from comfortable GBP12 dorms to ornate GBP80 doubles, showing that you can stay in wonderful accommodation without breaking the bank. Full-colour pictures and maps show what to expect and how to get there, while practical details cover everything from check-out times to breakfast options. We've highlighted our favourites with feature reviews and lists showing our top picks for families, luxury, bargains, public transport access, outdoor activities and more, while sharp contributions from our experienced writers help you make your mind up. Whether you want to stay in a big city's buzzing heart, halfway up a mountain or in rolling farmland, The Best Places to Stay in Britain on a Budget has it covered.
Welcome to the Rose Harbor Inn, where every room has an inspiring new view, and every guest finds a second chanceJo Marie has started to feel at home running...... more
Welcome to the Rose Harbor Inn, where every room has an inspiring new view, and every guest finds a second chanceJo Marie has started to feel at home running the Rose Harbor Inn. Now it's springtime, and in memory of her late husband, Paul, Jo Marie has designed a beautiful rose garden for the property and enlisted handyman Mark Taylor to help make it happen. Jo Marie and Mark don't always see eye-to-eye but deep down, she finds great comfort in his company. And while she still seeks a sense of closure, she welcomes her latest guests, who are on their own journeys. Annie arrives in town to organise her grandparents' fiftieth wedding anniversary celebration. But she's struggling to move on from her broken engagement, and her grandparents themselves seem to be having trouble getting along. But all the best parties end with a surprise, and Annie is in for the biggest one of all. Mary has achieved incredible success in business, yet serious illness has led her to face her sole regret in life. Almost nineteen years ago, she ended her relationship with her true love, George, and now she has returned to Cedar Cove to make amends. Together, the women discover that sometimes you have to travel far from home to find the place where you really belong.
Pathfinder Module: The Feast of Ravenmoor - Brandon Hodge
For decades, the tiny village of Ravenmoor has existed quietly on the upper reaches of the Lampblack River, far from the centers of civilization in Varisia....... more
For decades, the tiny village of Ravenmoor has existed quietly on the upper reaches of the Lampblack River, far from the centers of civilization in Varisia. Linked to the outside world only by an overgrown, mostly forgotten trail, the villagers are comfortable with their isolation. Their ways are humble, quaint, and at times odd, and when travelers come, they find the town awkward and unmemorable. Certainly, the lack of a village inn, the oppressive humidity, and the bug-infested moors and swamps that surround the village do little to encourage visitors. When a clerk in the city of Magnimar discovers that, due to a clerical error, the village of Ravenmoor hasn't paid taxes in years, a tax collector is sent to the distant community to settle accounts with its mayor. When the tax collector fails to return, however, a group of adventurers must travel to the town during its Founders' Feast celebration to investigate his disappearance. Did he really make off with the taxes for himself, as the villagers suspect? Or did he never make it out of Ravenmoor at all? Feast of Ravenmoor is an adventure for 3rd-level characters, written for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and compatible with the 3.5 edition of the world's oldest RPG. It features a terrifying adventure set in a rural village in the frontier realm of Varisia, and a brand-new monster eager to torment and frighten unsuspecting adventurers. Written by Brandon Hodge
Advantages: Nice quiet location Crossbush, Arundel, nice and clean and good comfort level Disadvantages: Service could have been more friendlier
...of Arundel and this hotel was only a short drive from the main town.
About the Comfort Inn Hotel
This is part of a hotel group that are involved in many locations around the world. They claim to have over 5000 hotels and in Europe, United States of America, United Kingdom and in the Caribbean. I have never stayed at a Comfort Inn hotel until my visit in July 2010. My parents wanted to use this hotel...
Advantages: Convenient Location, Reasonable Costs, Clean Disadvantages: No in house restaurant
...As I prepare for my trip to New York this upcoming week I decided to review the previous hotel that I stayed in for a long weekend in November back in 2003, The Travel Inn.
I was not originally meant to be staying at the Travel Inn as I had booked the four of us into the Hotel Newton which was located on 2528 Broadway and had a 1 star rating and at the time I did not realise how far this...
Advantages: Great culture, lovely people Disadvantages: A bit quiet in places for those that like a hectic nightlife!
...than travel. Auckland is the one place in New Zealand that I could live and I would recommend that you spend a couple of days there at least.
I spent two days in Auckland and it really did remind me of a small Sydney. The rest of NZ was quite quiet but I put that down to the time of year I went (autumn in their climate). I would recommend a visit to anyone. The main plusses I got from my trip were...