Premier Inn Reading - Caversham Bridge
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... beautiful platters of cold roast beef, new potatoes and salads, delicious! Grace and Abs had made a spectacular blackberry and apple frozen cheesecake which looked just like the front cover photo on the food magazine. Whilst the big boys snuck out for a quick pint (and a boys heart-to-heart no doubt!) we all played the Logo game which was great fun and I was surprised how well we did despite not having lived in the UK for 13 years - products and their logos are clearly universal!
... hate to think what would happen if there was a bomb scare - I think I would have got trampled! We got a train back to Paddington but we were a bit stuck from there as we couldn't find a train to get back to Castle Barr Station. It was about 11pm by this stage. We found out that there was no more trains to Castle Barr so after wandering round a bit we caught a train to Ealing Broadway and started walking back to Hanwell from there! We had a look at the bus schedule to see if we ...
... club but I am wrong. The shower facility is in the North Lounge. Plus, I am told, they have there a secure luggage storage facility. That means, yes, you guessed it, I can get a walk in. Off I go from South to North.
The nice lady takes both my backpacks and I am back out the door. Heathrow's Terminal Five is full of shopping opportunities including a very well equipped Apple Store inside another terminal store. It is not great for walking but ...
I cant believe that i fly tomorrow, it still does not seem real despite the day being spent largely finishing off practicalities for the trip and visiting a few more family members before I depart. Figures of the Scholarship Number of Cities/Towns visited; 3 Number of hospitals visited; 1 Days spent at conference; 2 Number of train journeys; 1 (109miles-as the crow ...
... for us as they were the same size as the ones that we brought out so we'll be able to get our panniers into the boxes too - the only problem being now how to get the bikes to Heathrow! (cycle, by underground or a maxi-taxi??? decisions). The whole trip out to Heathrow & back took over two hours but it was well worthwhile for setting us up with how things were going to work when coming back to Aus though it would have been good if all of the airlines ...