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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... up! I apologise in advance for my long winded sentences and my bad spelling, hopefully the pictures will make up for it!
I still don't think I've quite got to grips with the reality that this time next week I'll be finishing up work for 7 whole months! Leaving the Bristol team behind as construction has finally begun and taking the first flight of many to countries I've only ever dreamed I'd go to one day.
During our last few hours in Glasgow we were able to sprint down to the city chambers to participate in a morning tour of a very Victorian monument demonstrating the that Glasgow was generating for the empire. The building was completed in 1889 and is still an operating council office for the greater city of Glasgow and it surround boroughs. It is opulent and so highly decorated that it didn't surprise us that it ...
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Just kidding ^___^ I will now tell you some important highlights from this week:
On Tuesday, Adrian got his plane ticket to come and visit me over Thanksgiving break!!! Almost a month away :) Oh and our landlord turned the heat on, yay!
On Wednesday I helped my roommate, Damien, take his stitches out.....I was stronger than I thought. His doctor sent him home with gloves, sanitizer, a bio hazardous ...
... decided he'd be happy with anywhere as long as they had chips. (see photos)
A meal, a few ice-creams, moments stood in awe of the millionaire pound yachts gleaming at the bay and a few drinks shared with a few Croatian friends (Joseph's previous nannies) later we headed back to the villa for a well deserved nights sleep. We were all excited about our next few days ahead of us in the beautiful country of ...
... Square, arriving in East Finchley via the North line just before lunch. We then walked all the way to the house at 40 Collingwood Avenue where John and Jeed lived in 2003/2004. We briefly chatted with the owner Christopher Hughes and then walked to Muswell Hill High Street where we visited the bank to reactivate our account and change some money. Afterwards we had lunch at "Toffs" an award winning fish and chip shop that we used ...