Premier Inn Reading
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... out... Clothes, Money, passport etc... Just a few little things!
In all seriousness we are raring to go and aim to keep everyone up to date with breathtaking photographs, up to date locations and hopefully a marked improvement in the content of this first blog.
Until Wednesday everyone, 5 sleeps !!!
Lots of love,
Josh and Abbie ...
... on laundry services! You can buy little tide detergent sheets Bring a microfiber towel to take up less space Being a sleeping bag if you sleep in some dirty hostels or on a train station floor waiting for your next train! Bring locks for the lockers or crates they usually provide for your things, also to lock your backpack when traveling in public transports If you withdrawal money you will get charged a transaction fee of usually 5 dollars, so if you are traveling ...
We checked out of Applegarth B&B after a comfortable stay, we'd recommend it happily to anyone, and Stratford is a really lovely place, we could have stayed on for a few more days. But…….there was more to do and friends to see so off we went.
Before leaving Stratford we went to Trinity Church which is where Shakespeare, his wife Anne, and children are buried at the altar. You pay a 'donation’ of two pounds ...
... boats, but eventually the water was full of them. It was nice to see so many of the boats with different signs. Some of them had Scottish or Welsh flags, others were for some cancer charity. There were a lot of female rowers. It was a good day.
Kew Gardens - or the Royal Botanic Gardens - is over a mile north of Richmond. It was getting late, so I took the District line one stop up. My first destination was the ...
... could notchange a gear and perhaps of most concern you could not stop! As I pointed out the absence of these key parts, it didn't seem to phase the geezer. He was on full sales pitch mode and deftly dealt with my questions as if these items were mere accessories to the bike, optional extras if you like. Alistair gave him a £1 and he moved on with his bike to find a willing buyer. To be honest it was a bargain at £5 and ...