Hillingdon Prince Hotel
Travel Blogs from Reading
This morning Reading feels different because of all the out of towners arriving in Busloads for the Reading festival! Perfect time to say goodbye because it gets really loud here. Anyway, the taxi was on time and for £2 more than what a train or coach would've cost, the ...
... our cozy living arrangement a bit more manageable. It's also very cold, but David keeps telling me we have double glazing as if this reassurance will convince me to remove a layer of clothes. Lesson: Double glazing is not insulation nor central air. Still an upgrade to the single pane windows in NZ. I can handle it. All good.
One more highlight of the flat - it has a shower in the bedroom (see pic). In the bedroom! I thought it ...
Attempt at honeymoon upgrade declined. She barely considered it! Ah well, at least bex got us tickets to a lounge with free food and drinks to spend our time waiting. I dread to think what a beer, a scone, some dried pretzels and some leatherette seating cost her ...
... other delayed passengers arrived. Surprise, surprise, everyone was there early and the buses that carried all the passengers from their allocated hotels dropped everyone off at the same time. Queue waiting time, 2 hours but Zac and Ingrid were there to keep us company and to make sure we stayed hydrated , alive, and board the plane once and for all. Finally it was our turn, checked in the luggage and were given ...
... second visit. I tried very hard to find out where he was in Burma during WWII, I think I have a good idea. With all the talking, he soon fell asleep in his chair and I read his paper. I look forward to being back on the Island some time next year.
I also went Go Ape with El, Luke, Lewis and Brett. It was so much fun and we filmed some silly videos which I posted on facebook. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking