Holiday Inn Maidenhead / Windsor
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... Navette to Terminal 2 and we arrive at the Hertz counter to pick up our wheels for the next 11 days. Inspired by the choice of vehicle as used by Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan's "Italian Trip", we headed towards our Mini Convertible. Clearly having been taken by Mr Bean in his choice of car, my very first transportation was also a lime green mini. P reg, old school. Now the reason I mention this is because in the following 40 odd years of car technology, and the acquisition of ...
... all of the kids were his. (Surely he doesn't think he is smuggling children).
He then says "and you still have a full head of hair!!"
We settle in for our channel crossing. The kids spend the time journal writing, Clint and I have a mint tea.The hour passes quickly. I start to think about heading home. It feels so long since we left home. It is funny how when you know the end is near, you start to think about everything you are looking forward to ...
I went and saw the best. Circus show. I have ever seen. Today.
It was a group of Canadians from Canada...yeah good one Lisa. Make them thinks your reaaally smart.
There were 8 people and the show ...
... shop for lunch. As we were being seated at 3 tables of 4 each, we discovered that we were short 2 people, Connie & Rodger Ross. We all said that they were just with us so we looked at group picture that a nice passerby had taken for us. Sure enough-- Connie & Rodger are not in the photo! Oooops!! Elaine went back but couldn't find them. We all tried phoning & texting, but with no response from them. We had no choice ...
... of Whales pub beforehand and ordered Nate's first ever fish and chips. We got a burger as back up, since he doesn't actually like fish, and decided to split both. We both regret not taking a picture of the fish because it was huge! Like, the size of a fish. No joke, it was one piece of cod and almost the length between my wrist and elbow. Perfectly battered - super crunchy with wonderful flaky fish inside with a side of great tartar sauce. Nate took ...