Holiday Inn Reading - South M4, Jct.11
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I've already spent an hour at the gym doing a Body Attack class this morning but the bright sunshine outside is too good to miss so I nip home to get my walking boots. Then I scrounge a lift to Reading with Ian who is headed in that direction this morning. He drops me off at Thames Valley Park and I set off wrapped up in scarf, hat and gloves as it's also very chilly! The path here is pleasant, none of the thick mud and puddles encountered on the last segment, but a good metalled ...
... decker buses, the old red post box, red phone booth etc. I felt like an asian, snapping away at everything I could see! Unfortunately though, photos just don't give it credit - well, mine don't anyhow!
Nick and Dee live in a small two storey town house. It's smaller than our house but they do have a tiny backyard (I made the mistake of using the word 'tiny' as Nick contemptuously indicated by his tone, "this is huge for London!!!"). Dee is away with her Mum and Darcy ...
... of my mother's mother were the ones that inspired me to make the most of time and opportunity to take a long desired trip before it was too late. But it is my father's mother to whom I owe the debt of teaching me to plan my travels, carefully balancing the pieces that are pre-arranged with the days that aren't so there is some adventure. A map and a plan but not a rigorous timetable. Early on she would send off letters to the hotels in places she knew she needed ...
... two nights camping & food in France.
The plan for the journey back was rather more open-plan though. From experience I knew pre-booking return travel on a cycling tour will more than likely turn out to be the least economic option, and the most hassle. Sure you may find an advance ticket cheap beforehand, but when you inevitably change your route and over/under-estimate some distances along the way, it doesn’t look so cheap ...
... earth and, I think, as you pass through there is a simulation of an earthquake. This was not working today. Also in the dinosaur section there is a naughty T. Rex who likes to terrify you. I'm told he searches for you by sniffing you out, but today he and many of his companions were away being cleaned. The Blue Whale takes your breath away with its sheer enormity. The Science Museum is just around the corner and in hindsight I ...