Travelodge Reading Central
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... to it. We walked to the Caversham Court Gardens which was very nice. The walk took us along the promenade and to a part of town away from downtown and back along the other side of the river. Nice sunny day and not too hot, we both enjoyed it. Saw some interesting ducks we don't have in Canada.
Took our last UK meal at a nice pub where they served a roast dinner for under 8 pounds Sterling. What a deal. We may not eat much ...
... the equipment. That was a bit frustrating. We then had to figure out how to use the underground subway to get to Nick and Dee's place. My first experience on the subway! According to Eli it's one of the oldest subways in the world. Finally, we got to step outside of the airport into London's summer - it was overcast and drizzling - welcome to English Summer!!
We had to catch a couple of different trains to get to Hanwell Broadway which, we thought, was the closest stop to ...
... there is completely ridiculous! It's freaking MASSIVE. There is probably over 1000 chairs in nice little cubicles everywhere with 8 different places to eat and drink, a day spa and even 4 little playstation areas. Not only all of that though, but the place was immaculate of course and so posh. The qantas A380 from dubai to London we just slept on. Then ...
... convenience was worth it. Check in was smooth because we'd checked in online an printed our boarding passes. I still can't understand why so many people don't check in online? Especially given the accessibility of the Internet in England... Oh we'll, Jen seems to see no flaws with ...
... pubs about the wallabies losing to the lions the Other day....... Justice it appears has been served. Made it to London yesterday on the train, staying with Carly's grandmother for a few days then taking the euro star to Paris on the 1st which I am getting quite excited about. We made it to Hampton court today which was where Henry the eight did a gig and chopped some birds heads off (I'm tired and my attention to detail is suffering), saw a real tennis ...