Crowne Plaza Hotel Marlow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... it was all very grand. I think I am about done with royal paintings of dour looking aristocracy and guilt furniture. I did think St Georges with the burial sites of past kings and queens very interesting. We took Deb out to dinner in a restaurant in Marlow for our last night and have really enjoyed this time ...
... Street (more than a street, actually a precinct)...really interesting and some quite quirky shops. Lots of food stalls. Didn't venture far for dinner since it was a bit showery; dinner (scallops; asparagus with pancetta) at Pierre Victoire, a French restaurant very close to hotel. In this area, there are lots of restaurants, pubs and ...
... recommended that he NOT get them here. Strange, but that is not advice that you argue with.
We headed down the street by Charing Cross station to the Golden Jubilee Bridge. Of course it was raining. Break out the ponchos. The London Eye is a short walk from ...
... of Mormon". Steph's cousin Victoria and her boyfriend Brad have made it over this side of the world so we caught up with them before they headed off for a couple of months of travelling around Europe. Another one of her cousins Kaitlyn is living over here now and came to London for the weekend so we had a good catch up with her. Steph's Dad's cousin Greer (who lives in Portugal) made it to London for a weekend so it ...
The forecast was for thunderstorms but we woke up to blue skies after an unintentional sleep in til 9am. After breakfast we sorted out a few things for our trip and mailed of a package bound for the motherland.
Later than we intended we boarded a train bound for Winsor. We had several changes but could take it directly from our station Canonbury. It took at least an hour and half but for the most of it had nice scenery.