The Spread Eagle Hotel
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- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cost of £46.00 We had a two hour body massage ,which was optinonal, there were many more people on the wall and a good chance to soak in the atmosphere before heading back to BEJING SATURDAY APRIL. 26th FREE DAY AT BEJING Got up at 6am had breakfast Had cucumber flavoured crisps they were lush SUNDAY APRIL 27th RETURN TO. Uk Got up 5.15am ,s o excited about going home Went to breakfast by 6.30am ,it was like a stampede with all the chinease pushing and shoving to get to the ...
... lack of crowding as people find their seats. Everyone seated and ready to go, orange juice served, lunch menu distributed as the cabin temperature kept rising. 1/2 later the first officer announced that the walk around had found a problem with an engine that necessitated shutting down the air conditioning-but they would open the doors. 1/2 hour later, not too much cooler, when it was announced that the problem had been isolated and the a/c ...
Hi Appa, Today we first when to an outdoor adventure center where we faced each other through team building exercises, obstacle course, sailing a raft we built, etc. We then went to bath, home to Gb's only hot spring. We went to the Museum there and learned about the first and greatest roman settlement in GB. Thanks for reading these. I miss you! You Loving Son, ...
... Keynes. This was a revelation to me. The town is a cyclists' paradise and we cycled green routes through parkland and past Caldecote Lake.
So far cycling had been a pleasure but once I was on my own I found the route via Stewkley and Aston Abbotts to Ayelsbury extremely weary. The combination of a head wind and hill after hill really wore me down. When, just after Aston Abotts, I found myself on a ridge with extensive views to both sides I ...
... I put on my waterproof jacket but stupidly not the waterproof trousers as I thought it would pass. It didn't so bottom half of me soaked by the time I got to Thame.
I got the last available room at Spreadeagle hotel. Then back into the usual routine of shower, tea and trying to dry out clothes.
45 miles today and 1560 feet of climbing. No after-effects or aching ...