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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Slept till 7:15am and another lazy day watching TV and checking out directions and travel, researching a few things etc. Around 12:30pm I took a Barclays/Boris Bike to go to the Royal Academy of Dance (took about 35 minutes to get there (a few stops to check directions) and about 15 minutes back!
Collected the certificates and changed address at RAD then saw Liane with a friend and her ...
... to New Zealand. Out total bill was £35 for the amount of groceries that would cost NZ$100 back home. Cooked dinner for Jarrod and Veena but they weren't home till late so we left there's on the kitchen bench for them to have when they get home. First time cooking on an old style gas oven so the chicken took a little longer than expected but it got there in the end. Another early night ...
... sort of sense. Russ and I made it to the rebuild after the great fire of London part, 1710, we had started in 8500 BC. We had covered a fair bit of time. but from there we were just a bit brain dead and went and had a cup of tea. We will go back another day to finish it, but I totally recommend it if you are coming to London. Give yourself heaps of time though. The Brits do history and the displays of history ...
... is there is not much space between us and the roof. It was a lovely clear night and we could see the lights of London, very pretty.
25th February - Tuesday
Not a good nights sleep, we will get use to it, first night in a new bed, no cup of tea in bed, can't sit up. Packed up to head off to the hardware that Russ found yesterday, as we were driving along he kept saying "I walked along here" a bit further ...
... a underground worker who told us that Wokingham wasn't a place. He asked us where did we get that name from, we said from a man who lives there and showed him the text message. He made an inquiry on his walkie talkie and found out there is such a place, so he sent us up one set of escalators to a McDonald's then go up another set. We came out at a good size train station 20 or 21 platforms, went and bought our tickets, then to platform 19 for ...