Premier Inn Reading South
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... with a boat who lived on the opposite bank and usually he would row across to oblige. Happy days! Retracing my steps back to the sign for The Roebuck, I climb the metal steps which take me over the railway lines to the hotel. This bridge is definitely not the same one that I remember all those years ago and it rather looks as if it might be fairly new. Dating back to the 17th century, The Roebuck was once a coaching inn on the London to Oxford road. It was enlarged in 1884 when ...
... So we were rushing a little bit to get to things and by the time we got there things were closing up or we wasted time trying to find them etc.
At the Camden Place station we were trying to catch a train to get to the London Dungeons – it was going to be a close one getting there in time as the last entry was at 6pm and it was already 5.15 or thereabouts. A train was sitting at the station ready to leave. The boys had a brief consultation and decided it was ...
Got picked up at about 5.50 and arrived at Heathrow in pouring rain. We have had breakfast in the Emirates lounge and the plane has arrived. It's a double decker. We will be boarding in about 30 minutes. We are on board took off about 40 minutes late! Watching a film about Diana and waiting for another breakfast only 51/2 hours to go to Dubai then we connect to ...
... We caught the District line to Tower Hill station and walked to the Bridge. The bridge was up as we arrived and we saw it lowered. We went up in a lift and visited an exhibition. The history of the building of the bridge was interesting as was the many pictures of the world's most impressive bridges displayed in the South Gallery. Our photos were taken but they were so bad we didn't purchase them. We walked south across the bridge and had fish and ...
Grey today all packed stored our suitcases and are heading off for a morning in London . We walk down to the Thames cross the bridge and have a look at the long queue for the EYE. Otherwise the south side walkway is pretty empty this Tuesday morning . We pass the Parliament buildings and No. 10 then head to the National Portrait Gallery. We look at some of the more modern ...