Fredrick's Hotel Restaurant Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Our initial plans were to attend Silverstone for the Formula 1, however given the iffy weather we decided to stay at one of our favourite places (Fredrick's Hotel and Spa in Maidenhead), to watch the race in comfort. As it turned out, race day ended up fine however we enjoyed seeing Lewis win and Daniel finish a fine third.
Day 22: London - Maidenhead
We have travelled over 4150km in our bus over the last 22 days
It was lovely to be back in London and today we were blessed with fine weather. After a leisurely breakfast and saying our goodbyes to others who have been on tour with us we headed out to explore the city. …
... ways here, but Clint decided in Gijon that we would take it to London and return it at Heathrow on the day we are leaving. It was proving difficult and expensive to hire a car that could accommodate us in London. It is much cheaper to extend our lease on the trusty Renault.
It took some time, but it has found a place in all of our hearts and will be remembered fondly.
Oh if it's walls could talk!!
It was brand new and sparkling when we took ...
... clock watching through the early hours and having to put my bag out side. All of the key places that Fay had on her bucket list were ticked, there were a few if, longevity and finances permitted, I would like to revisit, but the world is such a big place and so much more to see first. For me I hope I will have ample opportunity to return and explore some wonderful areas of Bath, Oxford, Statford-upon-Avon, Cornish Coastal areas that we just touched ...
... to the big bus start point quite easy for once!! Tour guide was lovely and informative. We did the bigger of the lines that covers most of London. We hopped off at the Tower of London as we also had a free ferry trip and this was the starting point recommended to us to catch it. We jumped on and saw the bridges, the Shakespeare building and many more iconic things. Captured some nice shots of Big Ben and the London eye and jumped ...