Premier Inn Reading
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... curtains and old lampposts. It was so English!! I loved it. Although after your initial look, you realise that quite a few of the buildings don't look very well kept, they were old and a bit dingy, torn curtains, weeds growing through the pavements etc. The roads are so narrow and they park cars on both sides so there's only room for one way. People also only had a small space out the front of their houses to park their cars. There was all the iconic things to take photos of - ...
... via catching a ferry was a nice idea in principle, but not in reality; I didn’t have enough time to make it there by Thursday!
So ultimately the most economical way was also the most logical way. This was the Cycle (to Portsmouth) – Overnight Ferry (Portsmouth to Le Havre) – Train (Le Havre to Paris) option, more economical than cycling the whole way seeing as the two-hour €25 train from Le Havre to Paris saves ...
... photographers we required them to stay still and not close their wings! As soon as we entered a butterfly landed on my head and I did the unthinkable thing of brushing it aside without realising it was a butterfly. Fortunately there was no harm done. Unbeknown to us, two of the special attractions at the Natural History museum were not operating today. There is an especially long elevator that takes you through a sphere ...
Today was easily the best days driving we've had. Up early again to get some miles done out of Cuba, MO. The roads in Missouri are long winding rolling and of numerous types, curbed concrete in 5feet sections is particularly 'interesting' to drive over. We stopped for breakfast in a roadside diner for an hour or two and then rolled on. This pattern repeated for pretty much the whole day, we stopped in a different Springfield for ...
Today started off with some cool surgeries - started with normal spays and neuters, and moved into a thyroidectomy. I ended up euthanizing two patients - a dog and a blackbird, which was not a happy part of the day but it was for the best. Then we had a bat lady come in with a few of her bats to show us how to restrain and identify ...