The Bull Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Gerrards Cross
... 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 ...
... 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 meal ...
... Oxford Street and Regent's Street before stopping for a beer in Carnaby Street at the Shakespeare's Head Pub. From here we ventured down to Piccadilly Circus and on to Convent Garden. At this point Dad and Dan tried out a new pub and Mum and I had tea and mince pies across the road. Being from NQ the family were not used to the sun going down at 4pm, so we were in before 7pm tonight!
We took our very first tube ride today. It went well, Mum, Dad ...
... than Ben, but we strolled through and the kids spent some time playing on a canon simulator.
Then we made our way up the steep hill to the Royal Observatory. The view from the top- across to London - was breathtaking and the kids spent some time enjoying the view and the sunshine, running around and rolling down the hill. We also took the obligatory photo straddling the meridian.
By the time we walked back into Greenwich, it was late in the afternoon. ...
... the product coordinator of all of Bath (not really, he's actually a knight). Chris is the nicest Englishman I have ever met. He ended up guiding us around all of the best nightlife hot spots and going on a mighty quest for me after we split town. Its also adorable when someone describes a distance as "quite a walk". You can walk from one end of Bath to the other in 10 minutes. Sir Chris, you are a kind and noble gentleman. Thank you ...