BEST WESTERN The Jersey Arms Hotel
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... or snow shower in the not too distant future! Bing goes the phone - it's a text from Ian to say that he has arrived in Goring. Passing under the railway bridge, it's not too far to Goring now - a fact proved by the sight of Ian walking towards us. Ian has thoughtfully parked in Ferry Lane thus preventing a visit to Goring Tea Shop. We can see Streatley Bridge just up ahead but we are to turn off the path to find the car. Turns out the tea room is closed today in any ...
... In the case of Aylesbury over time three Hundreds were combined to create this famous Three Hundreds of Aylesbury area. Debby has explained to me that she is now experiencing the joys of ‘The Nine Hundreds’. Since breaking the 900km barrier a couple of days ago she is now feeling perky and enjoying every step of the walking. Apparently she feels it took 900kms to get her walking fit and now she’s going to keep enjoying ‘The Nine Hundred’s’.
... to Notting Hill Gate, where we just roam really, M-L happy to spend time in all the quirky shops, we walk the areas most famous street, Portobello Road, look up a few places that Deb has marked on the map and then make our way back towards the edge of Notting Hill which links up with the main gardens / parks of London - Kensington gardens and next to this Hyde Park. We walk right through Kensington gardens past the Princess Dianna memorials then ...
... under construction then back via a guided tour of the sights including St Paul's cathedral - did you know that it is in actual fact an illegal building as no planning permits were issued for its construction. Although Martin seems to have been with the corporation forever he claims no responsibility!! Perhaps the 1675 construction date may be a pointer to this. We then turned a corner and there sat a corporation van - out popped fellow yellow vested team members ...
... moment of trying to get on the tube and not having money on my Oyster card. That is one thing I don't like about their system. In Chicago and New York, you pay at the beginning no matter how long the ride. Here in London, you scan your card at the beginning and the end and pay for the length of your journey. This makes it kind of hard when you are staying farther out from city centre. But somehow even with all that, I managed to almost make ...