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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... with its warning sign that it's a low bridge - they are not joking, I almost have to duck - good job we're not on bikes here. It may be only 9am but the health conscious Londoners are up, cycling, walking their dogs or jogging. Out on the river, the rowers are up practicing their strokes and over on the far bank I can see The Dove Coffee House, said to be a favourite haunt of Nell Gwyn and Charles II although it's debatable as many other olde worlde pubs on the riverside make the ...
... leave us, she was so soft and sweet. We also saw a fox eating the garbage and a beautiful squirrel jumping from one tree to another, in what seemed, to human eyes, to be a great leap of faith. Our flat mates were at work today but we watched some terrible British television in the evening, before the terrible a we even got to see some BBC and caught some of a David Attenburough doco ...
... own pace. There were lots of little extra tidbits, picture gallery's and directors cuts added in...the tour was really good....and I am not a big Harry Potter fan! When we finished (it took about 3 hours), we went through the souvenir shop.....I will say no more....other than OUCH! We made the trip back to Watford Junction, grabbed a quick lunch then boarded the train back to Shepherd's Bush and to our apartment. ...
Saturday is shopping day at Westfield, about a 15 minute walk from home at Shepherds Bush. It is a vast centre, very much like a large Australian shopping centre, with all the top brands as well as the everyday shops. We spent nearly 4 hours wandering from store to store. We found Searcy's Champagne Bar for lunch, terrific value ...
... that night in the comfortable surroundings of the elaborately decorated Riad. The following morning was my first in Africa – I went walkabout.
Meandering through the confusing maze of narrow, undulating streets – most of them barely wide enough to lay across – of the centuries-old medina, conjured images of what a medieval town might look like. Children play in doorways that host ageing wooden doors hung from oversized metal hinges; donkeys ...