Regency Park Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The boys are asleep before we leave the town of Windsor. We don't make it very far, especially after another few missed turnabouts, before Chris expresses the need to pull over and rest. We find a park and ride lot and sleep. Two hours later we are vainly navigating our way back to the motorway, a 30 minute side trip through country lanes past the University of Reading and even more confusing turnabouts and we finally make it to the ...
... at all.
Occasionally you get that awful feeling that something is amiss, and when the man at the counter asked me for passport (check), credit card (check) and driver's licence (loooooooong pause, and commence hollow feeling in the tummy). For security on the continent (as recommended), I got a small RFID protected wallet - to prevent crims from scanning your chipped cards as they pass by. So, I'd thinned out the contents rather drastically, including ...
... their favorite human "toy".
Godiva is a Siamese and a wonderfully mixed color. All three are rescue cats, meaning we found them at an adoption center. My lovely furbaby took about 3 years before she became a true lap cat and began searching me out for petting and just to be near me. She's now 9 1/2 years old. At a young age, maybe 2, we had a bad experience with a vet in Houston who hurt Godiva in a way that she's never forgiven or ...
Had a lazy morning round the house then walked into Windsor to meet ********** the train, she is amazing still looks exactly as she did 20 years ago!!! Had a leisurely lunch at Thames House overlooking the river catching up on life and kids and jobs..... Used to be Jackie and I out there playing netball for BA now it's her daughter playing ! ...
... will be coming and where specifically the train is going to. For all those of you who have traveled on the tube, let me just say, mind the gap! Haha. Apparently the British show annoyance by repeating the same thing and simply increasing their volume until they get overly frustrated. One of the conductors went on the loudspeaker, "Mind the doors. Mind the doors. Mind the doors. I SAID MIND THE DOORS!!!" Also, taking the tube when it is hot is ...