Millennium Madejski Hotel Reading
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... is a big plus in this weather. There is, what appears to be, a fork in the river. In fact it's the Kennet and Avon canal entrance. The path is clearly signposted here and I cross over the canal by means of Horseshoe Bridge. This bridge was built in 1839 and has deliberate high sides - to prevent towing horses from being frightened as it's such a high crossing. Leaving the canal behind me I am now skirting the edge of Reading. It's tempting to stop for a cuppa as I pass an entrance ...
... to go to the markets at Camden Place and when speaking to Joel he had recommended going to Little Venice and taking a ride to Camden Place on a boat. So we found the train to Little Venice. It was quite nice there with the canal and barges lining either side. We walked up to the next bridge but couldn’t see the hire boats. So we asked a local and she pointed us back in the direction we had come from. On the other side of the bridge we started at was where you could ...
Phew, finally on my way, sitting in the glam Upper Class Virgin lounge enjoying a mushroom burger and little pot of chips :). Ha ha not a good start to a healthy five weeks in Oz. Looking forward to getting snuggled up in my bed on the plane.
... to drizzle. We looked around some more and before I knew it, it was 600. We headed back to her house and she cooked me yum pasta carbonara and showed me a selection of the mail she had received so far (see photo). We went next door (literally) to the theatre for the 8th annual writefest production. It's a place for amateur actors and writers to show their stuff. It actually wasn't that bad. I was entertained tho whole night. There were about 9 short plays with an intermission ...
... swore up and down that the address Stuart gave me was the address of the market. Surely, Stuart didn't live in the Tesco. The man at the counter was kind enough to let me charge my phone behind the counter because mine died on Te train. He then offered us his cell phone so I could call Stuart from a UK phone. Turns out google maps took us to the wrong side of the park, but we were definitely close by. Upon arrival to Stuarts flat, I was taken aback. ...