Pheasant Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPheasant Inn Hotel Winnersh
Pleasant room; excellent bed; fine sandwiches and chips.
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... Chris. He had all the best Dad jokes. He asked if there were any Americans in the group. On identifying the yanks he patted a wall of the tower and thanked them for their tax dollars. Then he asked if there were any Aussies, when we identified ourselves, he just smiled and said "Welcome home." He explained to us how most of the prisoners who were sentenced to death, were marched from the tower, up to capital hill to receive their punishment. In ...
... now say "I bought this jacket from London, it's actually a Paris brand" (cause it is, and it was the last one which is why it was on sale, the man said I got a very good bargain as he had bought it for €25 and that was the very last so he sold it at loss. Most probably lies but I love the jacket and I hope it lasts me) Our time in London is growing limited, we must now get down to the busy, plan filled last two weeks. Then it's ...
... must say, but again, like in Paris with the paintings in muse d'Orsay....just not quite my cuppa tea.... Back into the car and the 2.5 hour drive back to London. This was our last day in London so the packing had begun. Mike Hendry has called to see if we were keen to catch up for dinner and a drink....I went as the kids were pooped and Cheryl finished off the packing of suitcases. Dinner was in a local Greek restaurant along ...
... to see, got some good photos when the sunshine came out as well. By now it was 3 o'clock and it was another hours drive to Oxford. The visit we were probably least interested in. Fascinating to see all the old colleges, some from the 12 century, couldn't go in to any though as there was no time and some did not allow students as they are still working colleges. Got back to the hotel at around 8:30, had some average burgers at the pub downstairs and went to ...
... People scurry through the medina with a knowledge of its layout that leaves the disorientated visitor perplexed. From a small courtyard, the rancid stench of dye pits seeps past donkeys laden with the leather hinds so prized by European fashion houses. Through narrow passages, the labouring work of weavers, spinners, machinists, carvers, butchers and bakers is glimpsed. At every turn, comes a sight, a sound, a smell that turns the attention.
An uninitiated ...