Premier Inn Bracknell Central
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Meal plan
- All-Suites Property
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... bit of chow and to check out Shakespeare's globe so once again i got to head across the Millennium Bridge. This provided some more happy snap opportunities (this time not just solo snaps). If anyone remembers the Borough Markets I mentioned earlier, I had conned Brad and Jodie to grab some food from there with my superior sales skills.
The menu for the day was a pulled pork baguette style roll which wasn't half bad. One of the struggles we did ...
I was met at Heathrow by Barry Lavers at the new terminal 5 servicing British Airways and their codeshare partner American Airlines. We drove to the office near Watford where I met with he and Jan Schroeder for the day. We had lunch at the deli a couple doors down from the office. It is quite small, so they delivered our order to the office where we ate. We discussed the various aspects of work done ...
My last full weekend in London has come and gone. But there is no need for sadness; I had the best time! After I finished up at FNF on Friday, I headed home to get ready for a night out with Kathryn, Laura, and Katrin. It started at Laura's house (where I got to see her cat, Marvin, for the last time) and then we went to a club called Heaven. Now I must say I am not in any way a clubber. I was looking for a fun time out at night in London and Laura knew just the place. It was ...
... a groovy cafe called the Beany Cafe and then decided we'd visit Kensington Palace. So we walked down Bishop's Bridge Rd to Queensway (a shopping strip) and then into Kensington Park. We saw a number of squirrels scampering around on the grass and saw The Round Pond. Then wandered into Kensington Palace which had displays about Queen Mary as well as Queen Victoria. There was also a ...
... and it was from here that he sailed to NZ as a young boy in the 1840s…….the rest as they say, is history.
From Orford we headed straight back to London to Claire’s flat to await the arrival of Mike, (Tony’s brother) who was travelling to this part of the world for the first time. Mike rather bravely opted to catch the underground from Heathrow in the middle of the rush hour which is rather challenging for even seasoned travelers, but after a ...