Tally Ho Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... made a late start so we must press on. Crossing over Streatley Bridge we leave Oxfordshire and enter Berkshire. There are a couple of weirs gushing torrents of white water. It's believed that there was a ford here from early times and a ferry service from Henry I's reign. The water level was raised in 1797 with the construction of Goring Lock making ferry crossings more dangerous. A ferry boat overturned in 1810 causing several deaths and in 1838 a ...
... big to fit in his backpack so he had to make do with a keyring.
We must have gone on nearly every ride in the Park, some of them twice as well as visiting the Star Wars display and Miniland. The kids and Shelton insisted that we went on the Viking Water ride first despite Mrs Sensible (that's me) saying it would be best to save it till last as it wasn't an overly warm day and the sign said "You will ...
... Palace. This is where queenie grew up and now the home of Wills and Kate. Take a double decker bus down past all the gates along Hyde Park, past the deck chairs with people sunning them selves onto Knightsbridge. This was more by good luck than good fortune as M- L wanted to get just one more Harrods bag. Time enough for train back to Picadilly Circus, grab a sandwich, water the horses then onto our show. For those that saw the Jersey Boys ...
... a few more seemed to appear from nowhere - hi Martin and then they set to task, orange barriers erected, winches arranged and a large metal pit trap door was opened. We are then given safety harnesses and gas meters and gloves and safety torches, introduced to our team leader then one at a time down the ladder - CLEAR, then next down. Well never have you seen people even more prouder than punch (and they should be) as the tunnel has with brickwork never seen by ...
... stay with just £30. But alas, I did not. But that is okay because my last ride will be my longest. And I am fine with that. Whoever had the great idea of making the tube go into Heathrow was a genius.
Tomorrow will be kind of a slow day. I am just going to do two last stops that I wanted to see and then head back a little earlier than normal so I can pack up. Because in just 1 day and 15 hours I will be heading to the airport to go home.