The Forbury Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... none of them are particularly healthy! I now head off to sleep with only three days left at work, meaning I have three days of relative purgatory to go through, albeit a rather pleasant purgatory - no deadlines to meet or clients to present to, but a performance review and a handover which I owe to my colleagues to take seriously! Note - I realise my first post is a bit rambling but wanted to get a few things out there - now I've done that I promise things will start to get ...
... to Scotland with her parents. But still, with such a family trace in Africa, I have never been! I have never really been exposed to African culture, apart from stories from Mum and her family (normally from my fantastic cousins)and the only vague accent I have heard is when Mum gets angry and she bursts into a 'Khali' South African accent!! When my Grandpa (Dad's Father) first set off to Africa, he was about my age. He was a nervous ...
... be turned back on-the doors would stay open. 1/2 hour later it was announced that the problem could not be fixed and we would need to deplane as they worked on finding another aircraft-good thing the doors were open. Everyone received a £5 voucher for food and a reminder to keep checking the board for departure time and gate. Just after 2 the board showed that the flight was scheduled to depart at 2:30 from a gate in another building ...
... directly – and how do you tell the manager about the guide when you’re actually using his phone and he’s sitting right next to you.
· Once we were feeling well and moved on though, the level of irritation began to climb through things such as leaving us in a roadside cafe whilst he supposedly went to get the car serviced - only for it to have a serious problem a few minutes later. We understand that most cars are second hand ...
... going to be just like the dungeon at Warwick Castle! As we were queuing up I told Mo off for trying to scare me and told him he had to keep holding my hand the whole time! It WAS just like the Warwick Castle one, only much shorter and they didn't touch you at all, just jumped out at you from the darkness and scared you. At one stage, a young guy behind me must have got scared and he reached out and touched me on the back. Well... Did I scream! When I ...