Premier Inn Slough
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After a 24 hour flight we wanted to ensure that we had comfy bed awaiting and we were not disappointed. The staff are super friendly and accommodating, the breakfast is robust, location was very convenient a great start to our holiday.
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... no idea how cross I was that I had to have one now. I was in London for goodness sake. You don't nap. Also, anyone who mentions naps, or any variations of such, in comments, I will delete them. Anyway, after the nap, possibly not that refreshed ( Did not sleep well ) I went walking. I had seen these wonderful statues on our first night so back I went. That was great. The way they have captured the movement of the horses is just amazing. So ...
The last authentic market left in London is the Columbia Flower market held every Sunday in the East End. You still have true cockney sales speak. My favorite this week: Any orchid for a fiver. They gotta go. They've all been knicked (stolen). It's also the place for bargains, especially ...
... to have a birthday weekend. I celebrated with my work colleagues on Thursday, who gave me the gift of two tickets to the Taste of London event! I had a massage on Friday, watched the end of the Jesus story in the rain in Trafalgar Square, I enjoyed dinner in the National Gallery Dining Rooms and attended a wonderful event called Letters Live. On Saturday I got lost in Hampstead Heath and lounged around the house. On Sunday, ...
... getting donations for a charity which is so sweet and very rare on westend). And then I went back to the theatre booking place.
Because. I figure if the thought of something makes you smile then doing/seeing it will make you smile more.
And if I didn't see Russell Howard again I would regret it.
So I booked my ticket, ...
... ones know we'd arrived safely in London, Dad and I decided to go for a little walk before dinner, to at least get our bearings before having a big day tomorrow. We headed out in the general direction of the River Thames, with the aim of following it for a bit before returning to the hotel and going out for dinner. Once we'd gotten to the river and wandered through a park, we could see the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, and Big Ben all looming, seemingly just a ...