The Bull Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- 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 ...
... his books have sold over 35 million copies and are now a major motion picture. If you are staying at our Paddington Court Executive Hotel, be sure to wave “Bon Voyage!” to the Paddington Bear on your travels through the Station.
The most popular modern children’s fiction series in the world can be found just a short drive from ...
... the lengthiest possible route when trying to get back to Hampstead (damn you, Lonely Planet map!) before stumbling onto the ever-faithful 24 bus to return for lunch. After battling the crowds we selected Vietnamese prawn stir-fry and some classic English fish and chips. We browsed the stalls of hand-made jewellery, bags, clothes and ornaments before wading through the masses to a bus stop. Driving back through the city on Saturday compared to during the week was astonishing, the ...
... saw the river of poppies which was actually the old moat, the poppies were ceramic and by the end of November there would be 880,246 poppies, each poppy representing a British fatality during the First World War. Karin and I were amazed that the London Tower is actually 20 towers not just one. We went through about 7 of the towers one included the Crown Jewels which was amazing to see all those gems ...