BEST WESTERN PLUS Reading Moat House
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Busy, bizarre awesome day. We have a reservation to go up the Shard, a gorgeous, glass building down near Borough Market, at 11 so we take off at 9. We have breakfast near the Market, to make sure we don't miss our appointment. Breakfast was delicious, if hurried. Poached eggs with avocado and bacon. We'll need the sustenance today. We take a quick trip through part of the market then head over to the Shard. It's very well organized, sending people in shifts up the two sets ...
It was another lovely late summer day and we gathered at Ealing Broadway, caught the tube to Euston and then the Midland to Bletchley Park. And what a wonderful day we had. On arrival we bought ourselves a coffee and looked over the brochures we were given so we could plan our day. It was suggested that you looked at the exhibitions in the centre before heading out to the various huts and buildings that comprise Bletchley Park. These exhibits ...
Early start - Catherine knocked a glass of water over at 5am, wetting us and the bed - obviously thought it was time to get the day underway!! When we got up for real we started another big day around the city. Walked from Harley St (where Claire works) to Oxford & Regent Streets. The bright sunny skies of day 1 gave way to the weather we expected - ...
... Ned was really cute and handsome. Mummy, Ben and Jon got a taxi back to the cousins' place where everyone played in the backyard. They played smash repairers - where the boys had to repair toy cars. After dinner, the boys went to bed to get ready for their Warwick Castle Adventure ...
Friday morning we set off on a ferry ride from Westminster to the town of Greenwich. This was a good way to see a lot of the city's famous landmarks, like The Tower of London, The Tower Bridge and St. Pail's cathedral. Greenwich is probably most famous for it's observatory and the Prime Meridian of Longitude 0 degrees. The observatory is set on top of a hill with a magnificent view of London, the ...