Parkside International Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with a boat who lived on the opposite bank and usually he would row across to oblige. Happy days! Retracing my steps back to the sign for The Roebuck, I climb the metal steps which take me over the railway lines to the hotel. This bridge is definitely not the same one that I remember all those years ago and it rather looks as if it might be fairly new. Dating back to the 17th century, The Roebuck was once a coaching inn on the London to Oxford road. It was enlarged in 1884 when ...
... scene was fantastic, in fact all the scenes were. The younger boy playing Simba was a bit annoying - he came across as really bratty and that wasn't really enjoyable to watch. But the scenes and costumes were great. I liked the giraffes the best! The only other drawback was that we were all really tired and struggled to stay awake throughout. I felt myself jerking awake every now and again. We all quite enjoyed it though.
It was crazy trying to get home on the subway. ...
... negatives in the basement but each one I scan brings back memories of their house where images were displayed on a rotating basis on the walls. Memories of my grandmother standing behind me with her arms around me holding the camera so I could look down into the viewfinder of her Rolleiflex, with its upside down view of the world. My grandfather copying his slides in the California sun. My grandparents disappearing into the dark room for hours while we were visiting. ...
... Vietnamese tutor Tra over the last couple of days, one of the places she's recommended is a special village that makes soy bean paste near Hanoi in these clay pots. We talked a lot about her favourite foods - I love to talking to Vietnamese friends about their favourite foods, they always have a lot to say.
I might eat fish in Vietnam, especially a special Hanoian dish for which there are a whole dedicated street of restaurants. I've always disliked the taste ...
... wheel hit a slippery bit of mud going uphill and we did a spectacular fall. Going slowly we were non the worse for wear, and I was quite impressed how Graham rolled across the road, luckily there was nobody about to witness the spectacular acrobatics. Anyway we soon found a shop and having refuelled, we were hoping that the route to Reading would be fairly easy. We planned to miss an uphill to Silchester Roman ruins, but we missed the turning and found ourselves amongst the Roman ...