The Bull Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... a charity, gave an hour's play time. Some of us had Sunday roast lunch.
We drove to Wycombe and left Caro and Matthew at a 'Minor injiries' centre for an injury of Matthew's on Wednesday to be treated which 'opened' again. David took Erika and I to Slough station where we travelled by train to Reading. Erika is rather lame at the moment and it was good to be able to help her, and also Dave and Caro. I helped Erika onto the train heading for Bristol then got the train back to ...
... Dave and Carolyn's home in St.Giles. Later Caro pushed Naomi 2 in pusher and Joshua 4 and Matthew trotted alongside, while Dave drove Erika and myself to The Deli i3n Chalfont where we had lunch. Nearby there is a playground and shallow stream all ideal for children. Matthew and I had stick and 'raft' races on the river, as to whose flowed fastest with the current. I accepted defeat graciously most times! The evening ...
Fortunately with the heating issue fixed we were able to wake to a hot shower. We had to get up relatively early compared to recent times as I had to leave this apartment for my final night in London and had booked a room in a flat across town near the Aldgate East tube station. We packed up and left the apartment by around 9:30am and headed across town. We found a small local cafe to pass the time as we could not check in to the new place till 12pm. ...
... and ending our trip. We have had such a blast and the people we have been lucky enough to meet and the places we have been grateful to see. We are a lucky couple of people and boy do we know it. So much has happened over the last 4 month or so and we have grown so much as people, but we changed together and formed a bond that nothing can beat. Spending so much time with one person can do one of two things, it can tear you apart or it can bind you. I got to spend 4 ...
... interspersed with flowering shrubs. We take our time walking the fenced in gravel path through the gardens to the exit, passing trees with bronze plaques displaying a gift to Her Majesty.
We pick up the bus tour again just outside the Palace, and take it past all the major sights: Westminster, Parliament, Tower Bridge, St. Paul's and the Tower of London. Julian waves incessantly to the people walking below. Elizabeth listens intently to the tour guide ...