BEST WESTERN PLUS Reading Moat House
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... had just recently completed a new visitor centre with an education centre. The Stone's were not as big as i had imagined but this is what i had been told to expect. It will still an experience to stand next to these stone's that no one knew how they got there or what they were used for! Our last stop was the Roman Baths. This town was beautiful, most of the houses were all made of this Yellow type of lime stone. We headed straight to the Roman baths, this Museum was done ...
... transport. Then we are off up north to visit my first ever friend, Susannah and her seriously special family in Stamford. I have told Billy to shave. First impressions must be spot on. Go the Spurs!! C & W Xxx Man down: Billy quit the festivities early on Christmas Day as he was knocked out by a 24 hour stomach virus which he has subsequently given to me, after all sharing is caring right?! Touch wood we have both recovered for tomorrow's ...
The only thing I can say is ****. I hate long flights. It is my ambition to be able to fly Business Class. I am so glad we upgraded to Premium Economy. Seats are wider, more leg room, first on and off flight, great service and food. Highly recommend. Would never do zoo class long haul again. Early dinner then bed. Travelling for 24hrs by the time we got to hotel. Not much else to say. Off on our trip ...
Sadly said farewell to the Geordie hospitality and headed back towards London with one last stop at Stonefall Cemetery and then back to Heathrow to drop off the Pug. 10331 kms in 6 weeks at an average of 4.6 km/100 km isn't too back considering the autobahns........ Then back on the tube to spend the night in Hammersmith and catch up with Chris Loy. Caught up at pub nearby and had a very enjoyable ...
... ached from giggling. I will never hear 'beans' the same again. We talked the night away and it was about three in the morning or perhaps four when we decided to call it a night. We learnt, slightly disturbingly, that our flat had been quite a big drug den before our current flat mates, the place seems to cycle through different people and types. Our night ended with me drawing the curtains and spying a fox, sitting on the path opposite our ...