Travel Blogs from Maidenhead
... version of "Hark the herald Angels sing", which if I may add, maybe in my top 5 Christmas carols. Well played St Paul's. As leaving the church the cannon blessed Kara and I which can only mean one thing, incredibly good luck for the year ahead. After getting a healthy dose of Christmas religion we headed to Carnaby Street for dinner and a drink. A street so cool even its decorations are even dripping in the cool factor (kids is cool such a word anymore?!) something tells ...
... Bad luck Dad. Once he'd got most of that off (which really wasn't that difficult), we made our way to Trafalgar Square. We decided to have a coffee, and me a bit of breakfast, at a little café just opposite the square. It was pretty clear by how slow I was eating my croissant that they also had free wifi. Or maybe I just wanted to be slow enough to allow Dad time to have a second coffee, knowing how much he loves it. I'm such a loving son! We crossed the road and ...
... and joy and am anxious to discover the next adventure God has in store for me. I'm so grateful to God for providing me with the desire and opportunity to travel, also for my friends and family at home who have provided me with emotional support and counsel. Thank you also to every single person I have met on my travels, you made a good experience become a great experience, it really wouldn't have been the same without you! A special thanks to my Matthew for pursuing, ...
... Do we let the Duchess know this? We decide not to, and tell her there are no photographs over the radio, this seems to satisfy her.
Back to the bar. There we sit, recount our personal experiances to each other and celebrate our success. The other three teams in the bar when we're there all failed?!?
My heart was still beating fast on the bus ride on the way home, this event is one I shall always remember, one of the best I have ever done. I cannot wait until they do it ...
... Interestingly museum steeped in history. Off to Westminster abbey via Big Ben and went to the 3pm service and kept sneezing, must be the old buildings so decided to leave half way thru to let the congregation enjoy the service without mum sneezing. The ethereal voices of the choir were just beautiful Onto the Original Big Bus Hop on shop off 2 tickets e for 24 hrs which we started at 4 pm and toured the ...
Other places to stay in Maidenhead
Manor Lane, Maidenhead | 4 star hotelfrom $111
The Bridge, Maidenhead | Hotelfrom $97
Marlow Road, Maidenhead | 3 star hotelfrom $149
Ray Mead Rd, Maidenhead | 3 star hotelfrom $104
Shoppenhangers Road, Maidenhead | 4 star hotelfrom $164
Bray on Thames, Maidenhead | 3 star hotelfrom $102
Littlewick Green, Maidenhead | Hotelfrom $137
Castle Hill, Maidenhead | 3 star hotelfrom $110
Bath Road, Maidenhead | Hotelfrom $116
Boyne Hill Ave, Maidenhead | Hotelfrom $74