Holiday Inn Reading - South M4, Jct.11
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... 8217;m still trying to get some sleep.
We were going to the Ealing meeting this morning with Nick as that is where he attends. He was doing the exhort this morning. Once we were all dressed, fed and watered, we made our way down to the bus station. We left a little later than he would normally leave so missed the bus. Nick remembered he’d left something at home so managed to dash home and back before the next bus came along. We jumped on the next big red ...
Left home at 15:00 courtesy of son Paul taking us to Heathrow, arrived terminal 5 at 16 :15 with check in opening at 16:30, so far so good. Check in 2 bags but 1 overweight by a kilo whilst the other has kilo to spare, asked if scales were calibrated as I had checked weights on our bathroom scales that came from Lewis's but not to be ...
... via catching a ferry was a nice idea in principle, but not in reality; I didn’t have enough time to make it there by Thursday!
So ultimately the most economical way was also the most logical way. This was the Cycle (to Portsmouth) – Overnight Ferry (Portsmouth to Le Havre) – Train (Le Havre to Paris) option, more economical than cycling the whole way seeing as the two-hour €25 train from Le Havre to Paris saves ...
... building, and stopping in quirky shops along the way. We finally found ourselves at the Tate Museum of Modern Art, which is a free museum to the public, besides the special exhibitions that they have. I had a great time roaming the halls of this place, not sure if Jake enjoyed it quite as much. Seeing original works of Picasso, Monet, and many other major artists was quite surreal. In addition there were many modern exhibits that I appreciated far more than at ...
Hi Appa, Just wanted to let you know that we've just finished 2 off our activities today. The first was to Runnymede, a acre of English land given to America, as a sign of peace. The Americans made that into a memorial for JFK after his death. The second was to Windsor Castle, one of the worlds biggest castles, which not only held the duke but all the citizens of Windsor. Bye, Jeevan P.S Happy fourth! ...