Taplow House Hotel
Travel Blogs from Taplow
... those flavours and moments into words (especially as I am not super knowledgeable about food) but will do my best with the visual aspects of our experience.
The restaurant itself was very understated. There were simply a pub like facade with no transparent windows and a large wooden door. The only reason we knew it was the Fat Duck was because of a small sign hanging outside the door and a menu; in fact we walked around looking for the main entrance for a moment ...
... for Jason and a hard cider for me (£1.10 each - way cheaper than pop!!!) And of course we are watching Wimbledon!
Tomorrow we are headed about 20 minutes North by train to Madison's Irish dance competition!!! We are so excited for that!!! Oh and let me tell you we are PROS at the tube!!! It is so easy and we are really just getting to be fantastic at finding our way around this amazing city!!!
... that ran straight out of the side of a wall. After this we head back to the backpackers so we can get ready to go out.. so we head down to a pub for a counter meal, we notice 2 chicks sitting near the front so we sit down near them and soon enough we are chatting. One of them is gorgeous the other one isn't so flash. Anyway to cut a long story short they take us to a club and buy us drinks its clear they r keen but I refuse to take the ugly one. So ...
... doggies.. shame we couldn’t get them any treats or
toys.. be too big and bulky for our bags and treats probably wouldn’t make it
through customs anyhow.
There was a homewares level.. wow.. chandeliers and crystal
dining ware EVERYWHERE. Millions of pounds worth of dining things in one room.
It was just incredible. Made sure not to hit anything over!
By this time we had spent about an hour and a half there and
thought we should move on before ...
... said however that these students have an unbelievable success rate after
After returning home from the day trip to
Oxford, I FaceTime’d my girlfriend Abby Wilkymacky before going to bed around
midnight. My slumber didn’t last long however, since I had to wake up at 3 AM
to get ready for my flight to Dublin, England! Joel and I travelled separate
from the group since we decided to take a 3 hr. returning boat ride back ...