Travelodge Reading Central
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Family rooms
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... pipes and drips and surrounded by doctors, nurses and consultants, he looked a mess, the consultant told me Derrick was in a bad way and had cerebral malaria, malnutrition, low blood pressure, low sugar levels, low blood count, memory loss, dehydration, it was the worst case of malaria he had ever seen and the person still alive (but somewhere along the line Derrick had died)
Derrick remained in intensive care for 3 days, he had no idea where he was, who he was, at one ...
... Tesco cafe but best to press on, past Kings Meadow and on to Caversham Lock. Here, it's possible to cross over to the opposite bank but I choose to stay with the Thames Path proper. This turns out to be a bad decision as the path ahead is closed thus preventing me from walking under Reading Bridge. I follow the U shaped detour and end up back on the riverside on the opposite side of the bridge. I continue on, only to find the path is closed once more but this time there is no ...
... touristed' out and our heads were in go home mode. We had to be out of our room by 12 noon but we did have a voucher for lunch at the hotel. We had one for breakfast too but didn't bother going down for it - I'd got some fruit salad with our M & S vouchers so we ate that in our room. The hotel was going through lots of renovations but the dining room was big and airy - and empty! There was a bit of a buffet laid on which was kind of ordinary but ...
... We made our way there and sat waiting for the train. It was raining, again. We caught the train to Paddington Station (wasn't that where Paddington Bear was found?!) It was a massive station. We weren't able to buy tickets at Castle Barr as the ticket office was closed so we had to buy some from the conductor before we could pass through at Paddington. From Paddington we went to Piccadilly Circus, then from there to Leicester Square (it's quite cool going to all the places on ...
... over to the upper class checkin like I'm the last viceroy. "Check me in, show me where the lounge is please" was going to be my next words to Virgin staff. Unfortunately my next words to Virgin contained swearing. I wanted my bag checking all the way through to Kathmandu. Apparently this wasn't possible because I had bought separate tickets for my flights. "I've never had this problem ...