Millennium Madejski Hotel Reading
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... s definitely not about doing something that I start worrying about. It’s about keeping in touch.
I’m setting off into the European-wide blue yonder to have fun; experience new things; meet new people; and for a solo adventure that teaches me about who I am today - at 48, no longer a CEO (or employed at all for that matter!) or a hands-on Mum – and that hopefully gives me some insight into my next possible steps in life.
... history of London. That was my favourite part. Again, they were using waxwork figures. Finally there was a 4D movie that you watched with effects. That was pretty cool too J All in all it was quite a fun experience.
We had more information on where the London Dungeons actually were located now so we caught a train there. We thought our London Pass covered things like the London Eye, London Dungeons, Madame Tassaud’s but it doesn’t cover any of those things. In ...
... clearing mounds of food of the tables . We left hotel at promptly 7.30am ,where Alan saw us off and Dennis came with us to the airport ,the ba desk was very easy to find . Donna and myself then called in duty free and Starbucks where i had a cup of tea and Donna had a coffee and purchased a mug and we then went straight up to the gate E8 where we just relaxed and watched the world go by ,until LIsa and Janine came and sat by us . The flight was boarding at 11.20 and take off was ...
... inside and tell Amy I'm about to pack the car. "Why are you packing it now what if we forget something and have to unpack it all once we remember what we've forgotten?" "Good point, that's why you're the brains of the operation." "Just leave them by the door and we can pack them when we get up. Now, there's another very pressing job that only you can do so go and do it." "OK, you're the boss." Date: 2nd October Time: 04:00 We get ...
The aim of this adventure was simple. I wanted to head off with my bike, as cheaply and as hassle-free possible, and tour the Swiss Alps.
After spending the hot British summer (erm what?) washing dishes and chopping onions I finally left my job as a kitchen slave and was almost ready to leave at the end of September. I still hadn’t planned my route to Switzerland...but discovered that conveniently one of my favourite bands were playing ...