Coppid Beech Hotel
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... so we decided that we would try for that the next day. We did end up going to see it and I must say if you ever get the chance to see it do so…..it was AMAZING!!! I’ve always been a big fan of tap dancing and rhythm stuff in general but the sounds, music and humour they can get out of the simplest objects is just truly incredible. Since being home I showed a promotional clip of it to Greg and even he, “Mr Not Expressive/Hard to Impress” said it ...
Still over 6 weeks to go and I can barely hold my excitement.. so much to organise and time's whizzing past. Got a few more jabs to go, insurance, Australian accommodation, Vietnam itinerary, etc.. Still over a month to go, I have time! Work know I'm leaving and it's such a big relief. Just need to hand in my notice to make it official. It makes me feel bad for leaving before even doing a year but there's no use putting off something I've wanted to do for years.. I'll be sad and happy to ...
... fireworks. It was cold and windy, and the fireworks were very disappointing, as the smoke was blowing towards our vantage point, partially obscuring most of the show. The fireworks were also designed to be in time with music played at a concert in the Princes Gardens underneath Edinburgh Castle, but the city didn't think it was worth putting speakers on Calton Hill, so it all just looked very disjointed and silly. After thoroughly freezing my butt off for two hours, I headed ...
... choir and the huge pipe organ without being disturbed.
There are more rooms above and below the Great Hall, and a cafeteria in the basement, where we had lunch.
After lunch, we caught the Tube from Westminster to Temple station, where we met Viv for an Unseen Tour. Viv used to be homeless, although she's now 'sofa surfing' with friends. She sells The Big Issue during the week, and leads walking tours under the banner of Sockmob, a group dedicated ...
We got to go on our first field trip today. We all loaded on a bus and drove the hour and a half to London. Our agenda was quite packed for the day. In the morning, we visited the British Museum. We were all excited for this not only because there was no admission fee but also because they have about 100 exhibits on any given day. Not to mention they also are the home to the Rosetta Stone!
Our small group went around to the different areas starting in the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCoppid Beech Hotel Bracknell
This hotel has four stars but its well past its best. The pool/sauna area (Waves) is a fungus invested, bacteria breeding zone and should be condemed !
Rooms cleean and tidy but the rest of the hotel is souless and dreary.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.