BEST WESTERN The Watermill Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... dinner. The King took us for a trip down his own memory lane...for food that is. He brought us to his favourite fish and chips place, called Nautilus. We were joined by Uncle Jimmy, who has generously offered to take us around during our visit. The servings at Nautilus were huge. It is a cute little family business run by 3 brothers. I tried skate fish for the first time. Definitely a fan. We also stopped by Roni's, the ...
... the Stone Gallery. On his level you walk around the exterior of the cathedral so see views of the city. Unfortunately it was still raining and a bit foggy so our view was limited.
There is a third level called the Golden Gallery, but that was not going to happen. By the time we reached the ground ...
I just spent 24 hours in the company of a couple in their mid seventies, who have lived life to its fullest in a host of exotic and mundane locations around the world, and have the suitcase of photos and stories to prove it.
Anybody meeting my uncle Colin and auntie June for the first time might be fooled into thinking that here is your average older couple who have lived an ordinary suburban life, and are now settling in to spend their ...
... After spending a few hours at the river, we moved to the Shard, where we had pre-booked a ticket for enjoying a View From the Top of Shard. Shard is now a landmark building with 72 floors, having a mix of residences, hotel and offices, the tallest offering a top view in London. We were greeted and guided up the lifts by the friendly staff of Shard and taken to the 69TH floor. There lay a closed room offering a 360-degree view of London. There was also an alternate ...
... bride "down the aisle" together with his English cousins. Under the watchful eye of cousin Charlotte, Bennett happily cooperates for the formal photo shoot, but his nerve seemingly deserts him when it comes to procession time. What really catches his eye are the flashing lights projected on to the dance floor and he starts getting his moves on, probably in anticipation of a future night out ...