BEST WESTERN PLUS Reading Moat House
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... to Sunbury in the 'Great Frost of 1895' - sounds like something from 'Vicar of Dibley'. Across the river, Ash Island with a Swiss Chalet imported piece by piece in 1900. Unfortunately we can only see a bit of it as someone has been allowed to stick an ugly square houseboat in front of it. Next, Tagg Island, with yet more houseboats. Tom Tagg built a hotel here which was frequented by the Prince of Wales, later to become Edward VII and known fondly to his friends ...
Great weather continued for us. Tackled the Tower of London and all of its bloody history. Trekked through the financial district which was fun to see, enjoyed the views atop the London Eye, well worth the extra GBP's and finished the day shopping at Harrods and some pints at a fun English ...
... kids and Antonio to M&Ms world in Leicester square where we were amazed at the amount of chocolate and chocolate related paraphernalia there was over 4 floors! In the afternoon , we headed out to turnham green to visit my friend, Alice, who I haven't seen for 20 years ( we were only 10 last time we saw each other - wink wink) and the ...
... penguins eat their fish ice block breakfast and then got front row Seats to see the big male tiger eat his rabbit dinner and bound around his enclosure. It was pretty amazing, as were the incredibly rare and beautiful tiger cubs. The other highlights for the morning were the aquarium, the armadillo, the gorillas which we got to see up close in their inside ropes room. We also went to the bird show, which ...
... We were given a digital audio guide, but really didn't need it...Chris was looking after us well and he took us through everything, explained it in plain simple English and we were able to move through the museum quite quickly. We then boarded a small road train that took us a couple of kms down the road to where the stones were. We walked around the field as Chris talked us through the historic area. It was quite ...