Dial House Hotel
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... for us, we had plenty of time and even though our estimated time said 20 minutes it took only half of that (including a bathroom stop....no blaring music this time thank God).
Paul and Drea had boarded before us and were seated behind us, where Aly soon joined them a few rows over. I was in window seat 21k on the right hand side of the plane over the wing, with Leonie and John in the seats directly behind me, Jess in the right middle aisle in front of me and Jen in ...
... the same street performers as 12 years ago! We watched "The Man with Big Balls" and then went to the Transport Museum which was great value as we can go back as many times as we like in the next 12 months ;-) We found a great little Italian Resturant a 10 minute walk from our Flat for dinner where Shelton had the biggest calzone pizza we've ever seen and the kids pizza's were bunny shaped.
... I had to get Mum and Dad to stay there! Dad at first was very apprehensive, but ended up loving it and I think has become a hostel convert - at least in Asia.
The following day Michael picked us up quite late, which allowed us to have a nice breakfast in the hostel. He then took us to the city wall, and we hired bikes to cycle the whole way round. It didn't seem that hot or sunny when we set off, but I ended up incredibly sun burnt ...
... sit in which was nice...but drinks were ridiculously over priced. After sitting down for about half an hour our flight was called and were asked to go to passport control...this seemed a little strange as there was still about an hour half to go till our flight. We headed down to discover that passport control was the entrance to our gate, and our gate as a small room with very few chairs to hold the 200 odd passengers expected. Even stranger was that ...
Today we left our luxurious accommodation at Fredrick's Maidenhead and headed to Windsor for a look at Queen Betty's Castle. We arrived in time to see the Changing of the Guard where we had a more intimate view of the pageantry than at Buckinghuge Palace.
Windsor Castle is the largest inhabited castle in ...