Red Lion Hotel
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... common approach makes it difficult. There are two train lines into Windsor. Their stopping points are 5 minutes apart on foot and yet they are different companies coming along quite different path but all coming from London. Quite confusing. I arrived in Bath and walked the distance from the Station to the hotel. It wasn't far but it was very wet and very cold. I arrived at the hotel dripping but they didn't have anything ready for me. I was early. I decided ...
The alarm woke us early and we headed off to Waterloo Station to get the train to Windsor/Eton Riverside. It was a lovely relaxing warm hour long trip. The castle was on the left as the train entered the station, so it was easy to find our way there. We arrived just in time for the changing of the guard, which was lovely to see. We lined up for tickets, collected our free audio guide (free in that we didn't have to pay extra for it) ...
Managed to get flat repaired. The tube was pinched due entirely to bad installation. Managed to patch the tube, but it needs replacing. The Indian chappies that ran the tyre depot were reluctant to patch it, but agreed when I pointed out that I needed a spare of some kind. Will have to get a new tube. Spent the remainder ...
... tomorrow, will remain with the boys as they visit Cambridge, have a day at Thorpe Park and draw the summer school to a close.
Brenda will travel back to Dubai with the five boys who are booked on the return flight and will ensure their safe return. To all of you, either flying back to Dubai, or traveling on elsewhere, please have a safe flight/ journey, enjoy the rest of the summer and good luck in the future!
For one ...
... despite the cold rain. Next we hit the Churchill war rooms, which were more interesting than I thought they’d be. There was a big museum about his life and career, about which I knew very little. Turns out he was responsible for lots of social reforms: minimum wage, miners rights, prison reform, health insurance etc. I am going to have to read up on him, he led a fascinating life.
We then went to Soho for dinner and passed by Carnaby street which ...