Quality Hotel Reading
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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Graham had work in a school in Windsor so he took us through with him. we left him at the school and took the car into Windsor. We parked in a car park near the Railway station which is next to the Castle. We walked through the station to the ...
... took the opportunity to get a drink and the boys took the opportunity to watch the soccer!
We eventually made our way outside again. From where we were we could see the Tower Bridge – a very beautiful bridge. It is near the Tower of London which is actually more of a castle than a tower. After snapping a few pictures of it we walked across it, over the Thames (which is pronounced 'tems’).
Next we caught the train to Green Park where we ...
... no bigger than those who are visiting America for 2 weeks and will have to last me 111 days in temperatures ranging from 30 degrees in Florida to minus 6 in Boston and New York (I think that I'll buy a new coat in Boston as I'm not carrying a ski jacket through Florida!). We then went for breakfast and chose American waffles and pancakes; a strange choice I thought as I would soon be sampling these regularly. Maybe a full English would have been more fitting. Our ...
... asking if we had got through customs ok. They were still waiting for us! We managed to get to Hotel Kaffeemuhle on Kaiserstrauss in the district 7 and eventually meet up with Christine and Graham when they managed to get back to the hotel from the airport. We had a light dinner at a little restaurant a few streets away from the hotel. Very friendly owner. The light beer was good ...
Slept like a log and surfaced at 9. Pete braved the stairs with our usual morning coffee as we contemplate the day. It looks sunny but grey.
Today we head for Bath! Lots of anticipation by Charlie and especially Lily so hope she's not too disappointed!
We arrived in Bath to a very warm welcome. Lily had gone to a lot of trouble to decorate the front door and we were very touched!
We went straight off into Bath to meet Gail ...