Premier Inn Reading - Caversham Bridge
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... overcome my fear of flying over water which has led me to avoid anywhere to the left of the UK. I can't hold my breath for 11 hours as I do when I'm driving across a bridge so not quite sure how I will manage on the flight tonight. I am planning on doing my bit for the environment and make ...
... that's what I’m doing, I’m off on one last power drive all the way along route 66 from Chicago to The Rainbow bar and grill in LA. Basically 2100 miles of driving and head banging. Bolly I’m going need you to pick the tunes on this rock n Roll road trip and we will stop at some vintage stores aswell! So....... Its 2135 miles to the Rainbow, from Chicago. I've got a full tank of gas, half a packet of M&Ms and a ...
... a flight, and a weeks accommodation package in a hostel. I don't think I will do anymore prep work till I arrive, Leaving Heathrow Airport on 27th September 2014 and arrive via the Philippines in Sydney at 7am on 29th September 2014. I will start this proper the day before I leave. ...
... for errors. However, there were a lot of them. The first place we went to there was no sign of the theatre. We tried searching for the theatre, the street address but no luck. We tried asking a couple of people but they had no idea. We began getting bit panicky now as we were running late. There were about 3 different addresses for the theatre and that didn’t help. Aaron tore off down a street to see if he could find it. Eli ran in another direction. In the end, it was ...
... so lots of families. It must have been quite a town when horses were the main way of getting around. London could quite easily have drowned in its own horse poo! We were very weary and quite late returning to base and takeaway was the only thing to do for dinner. Wendy's Chinese takeaway combines Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese, so we had a mix of all three - yum. DOUG'S DIARY - We were up in time to take delivery of Andy's home gym. Wendy decided to work ...