Chequers Inn Hotel and Restaurant
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After a leisurely breakfast we decide that it would be nice to go to Runnymede. None of us had been there before although we have all driven past. Ron drove and took us down through Burnham Beeches (after which the Nicholas property in Sherbrooke was named) and then past the former Nicholas factory at Slough where I worked in 80-81 and for a few months in 89. I was surprised that it was still standing as I thought that it would have been demolished after Sarah Lee sold off the Household ...
... for our flight. Bit more shopping to do and a cup of coffee before boarding and leaving on time. Liz and Karen have a delightful young man from Chandigarh as a neighbour who is on his first ever flight, leaving India for the first time to travel via Heathrow to Toronto and studies in London Ontario. We contemplate what a shock ...
... we left the window open all night. I've been so extremely tired all the time recently and it's so annoying. So getting out of bed when it's cold and you're tired is really not something you want, but I did it. I got dressed and had brekky, (vegemite on toast and crunchy bran cereal). My host Mother and I start our school run together, but then separate ways halfway through as the twins go to a different School to Lottie. Today I ...
... Again it's very compact, but this time the bedroom and lounge room are combined. The kitchen is larger than in Norwich and has a washing machine which will be useful as the weather is warm and we keep wearing the same clothes!
It's quieter than Norwich which will be lovely. I don't think we'll hear all the conversations ...
... straightforward with the flight and the 3 hour hop to London went quickly, getting to the Novotel at Heathrow and finding it actually had a small pool which was a bonus. We headed to the Crowne Plaza across the road as Andy had found they have an Indian restaurant, Eriki, which was definitely a cut above your average curry house. Great to have the nations's favourite dish, curry, to celebrate our return to the UK.