Premier Inn Reading South
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Graham had work in a school in Windsor so he took us through with him. we left him at the school and took the car into Windsor. We parked in a car park near the Railway station which is next to the Castle. We walked through the station to the ...
... 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 ...
Big thanks to the Tesco truck driver who drove his van under the tunnel to get into Heathrow terminals 1-3 this afternoon, meaning that not only did we stuck on the Heathrow spur for an hour, but because the catering trucks can't get through, it means our flight is going to be delayed! Wouldn't be so bad but they didn't tell us before we went into the departure lounge, so I'm stone cold sober!! Ahh well, next stop Hong ...
... to see Ho Chi Minh's embalmed corpse again.
Want to visit Dien Bien Phu, although apparently the 10 hour bus ride through the jungle is 'not for the faint hearted' and 'only for seasoned, hardcore travellers' according to the guidebook. But Dien Bien Phu spelled the end of Vietnam for my family, the bloody collaborators, and it's a very important place, where the French army were literally drowned in a jungle basin of Viet Cong artillery. So we can fork out for ...
... but there was a way out, which lead us to our destination. So we had come to the end of Route 23 we had seen it nearly all of its way from Sandown to Reading it was a bit like a friend who had been travelling with us all that way. It had gone through spectacular scenery,muddy tracks, through parks ,along rivers, round towns and cities, through industrial estates and housing estates but it nearly always managed to avoid busy roads. Goodbye route 23 it was nice knowing you. Distance 48 ...