Millennium Madejski Hotel Reading
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... famous duel took place here. Robert de Montfort accused Henry, Earl of Essex, of dropping the royal standard during a battle with the Welsh. Essex denied this and a duel was held in which he fell...but it later turned out that he wasn't dead. His body was taken to Reading Abbey where he recovered and became a monk. It's at this point that my phone (including camera) dies - this seems to happen every time it gets cold. Not much further and I reach Caversham Bridge. Passing ...
... of gay parade happening cos we saw a lot of people walking around wearing rather interesting costumes. We also saw more gays than we've ever seen in our life. It was ah...'interesting' and somewhat disturbing. I found it just as interesting watching the people as well as looking at the buildings. The buildings are all old and full of character! After the boys reappeared we went and found somewhere to have some lunch / tea. We were all very hungry, breakfast seemed like a long time ...
... but others there would be a destination in mind and we would find B&Bs when travelling in Europe. Her round the world trips and her trips photographing for missions were different of course. More complex but looking at the pictures and hearing her stories there was always that sense that while the wider trip was structured, the details of the day and what might happen were often left to chance. How else would she have ended up on the back of a motorbike or taking ...
... more wine. It was good to have a variety of comedy, drama etc. there were only 1 or 2 awkward moments. We got home around 11 and off to bed. They had a small spare room but the bed was comfy and duvet cosy. I had another good sleep in until 10 and we walked to a cafe called 'yolk' for brunch. It started pouring down when we were heading into town so a quick look at the gardens while dodging the puddles and then on the 120 train home. It was a nice little getaway and Zara was good ...
... capsule covered in gold, old planes - Avro and Lockheed Electra - the Apollo 10 Space Cone and a tribute to Alan Turing, the code breaker at Bletchley Park. This exhibit also featured a comptometer and a punch card sorter. The Lockheed Electra was the type of plane that brought Mr Chamberlain back from Berlin after his failed appeasement mission. After afternoon tea we went home on the District line and enjoyed chicken stir fry for ...