Premier Inn Bagshot
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... streets would reflect this notion, and contain mostly cheap shops and some cool boutiques, but what I found was a buzzing neighborhood, but with a very interesting mix of stores.
As I exited Angel Underground Station, I was surprised to not really see any stores and I immediately saw the Georgian architecture I had read about.There was a flury of people, some adults is suits, but a fair amount of families and a lot of young people. I had to get ...
... is home to the museum's scientists, bottled specimens and the Attenborough Studio.
The collections inside the museum are incredible. Over the last two days (there was so much to see, one day wasn't enough), we have seen heaps of specimens of a huge variety of animals, plants and rocks/minerals that have been collected over the last 300 years. The museum is world famous for its collection of fossils from dinosaurs, plants and other prehistoric creatures, ...
... next day. Despite the fact that very few British families have dryers, there has been almost no innovation in the ways of air drying apparatus. When I asked around, most people own these spindly wire contraptions that topple over if they are not balanced with the ideal weight of clothes, which are typically folded or laid flat to dry. As a person who plans ahead, I had my suspicions that we would not have a clothes dryer. I found the neatest dryer stand at ...
... a fairly quick meal as we were going to catch a train in an hour back to London. Our Sunday roasts came out fairly quick but very unfortunately the waiter spilt my little bowl of gravy which went onto me and Joel. It wasn’t too bad but incredibly annoying as it took us 10 minutes to clean up and might result in our coats needing drycleaning. The guy was incredibly apologetic and one waiter said we could ...
So why do we want to go travelling?
Everyone has their own personal reasons to go explore and the world but here are some of our motivations
A desire to see the world
We're lucky - we've been places and seen things but we've always felt there is more out there to explore, places that you perhaps wouldn't go to on a normal 2 week getaway. Nic has always wanted to travel - in fact if she spend her whole ...