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... biscuit factory. In 1963 it was an art shop. Further down I remember the cobblestones and tram-lines only partially hidden by the tarmac. Nowadays there is only tarmac.
I always walked down London Street on the right-hand side, because that was where the most interesting buildings were. Only one building on the other side held any interest for me – the Royal Ancient Order of Foresters, a name which conjured up Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood. After Eyles ...
When Ruth arrived at St Pancras/Kings Cross station she discovered that there was maintenance on the Underground (this seems to be the situation each weekend) so she got off at Turnham Green and caught a bus to outside Kew Gardens which was further from the apartment than the Kew Gardens railway station. She was glad she was fit for walking.
Tom and Monica, a friend from Connecticut, were in the apartment and had been shopping for dinner, which Tom ...
... moved to London a couple of years ago)... and got the chance for another great catch up:)
Monday was spent in Greenwich in greater London with Nan, my Uncle Chris and his girlfriend, Virginia. We looked around the maritime museum, went to the point of the GMT line,
had lunch at a pub and then in the evening we went on the London Eye! Fantastic view over London and the Houses of Parliament just as the sun set! Always wanted to go up there and it definately lived up ...
... split into groups of three and each team takes a turn on a Monday to host the session. Ours was last Monday and covered the UN's Millennium Development Goals, (which you can find more information about at http://www.un.org/millenniumgoals/.) which are 8 categories that need to be tackled in which to end poverty by 2015. The debate concluded that the goals ...
... the bar in front of the wee telly, but a good view. It was a real exciting match mail biting at times. We really had a good time, we went home and Susan and Michael cooked dinner and we had some more drinks then to bed. On Sunday we went into Reading to exchange a gift we bought them as it was broken. Had a wander and back home for dinner and the final of Dancing on Ice. If you haven't heard Ray Quinn won he was brilliant the best ever celeb skater there has been yet. Love you ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRainbows Lodge Reading
Clean room, uncomfortable bed.
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