Copthorne Hotel Slough - Windsor
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Arrived London 5:30 am. Travel through customs etc and was climbing aboard the Heathrow Express at around 7:15am. Express to Paddington then a cab to St Johns Wood. Met Catherine . Nice apartment. Went to Kensington by bus. Walked all around and took a tour of Westminster abbey.. Walked to Buckingham palace. Also saw Big Ben . Very sore feet. Home via tube by around 4:30 Went to The Salt at St. John's Wood for dinner. In bed by 7:30pm. Crashed!!!! Slept till ...
... Once we got in, we had a lovely time looking at all the different animals. The place seemed to go on forever. Once we were all done with our long time, we headed to a restaurant called the "Giraffe" on the Southbank. Unfortunately the "15mins" that they said the wait was going to be ended up being closer to about 30-45 mins which was ******* the kids. Eventually we did get seated. Jon & I had very good hamburgers & missy enjoyed her pasta. Mr had ...
... The local off Oxford street, part of a pub chain has barrel pulled beers, plus the usual suspects including Guinness. I try a pulled beer, not cold but not warm, tastes a little flat, but it's beer and we have had a long day. Lones valiantly tackles a Chilean merlot, not bad. Second beer, this time a Guinness, and a couple mandatory bowls of chips.......heaven. Satisfied, we leave and head home. Freshen up, change and out for a late dinner of Spanish ...
... next day we drove to Windsor and toured Windsor castle, upon approaching the grand entrance you could see there was a long queue and once closer it went for a mile around the corner, this was the pre booked ticket holders and tours. Luckily I didn't book this tour so a 20 minute wait and a customs equivalency check and were were finally inside. The audio guide made the castle come alive, Lexi really enjoyed the history of the castle. It wasn't too ...
... as I am writing this, we have won the last few games so I am writing this a bit more pleasantly than I would have had this been right after the game.
Regardless, I love my Gunners and can't wait to go back again soon. Even if you are not a fan of English football, check out the pictures to see some cool shots of a good ole North London town.
All my best,