Travelodge Reading Oxford Road
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... my poncho and wreth and went to wait for Arctic Monkeys. We didn't get far into moshpit but still had some idiots throwing **** over the crowd...disgusting...after the show we stuck around hoping for some memorabilia, but no luck. Met a 17yo Dan the superman. Finally at the van Yulia went to bed and Eric went to integrate with the neighbors. Eric here. Neighbours were cool. The night got really freezing so we started a fire. Chatted till late then went to bed ...
... The driver must try to avoid distracting influences and turn slowly, to prevent dislodging my bag from the rack. In future I must make more effort to place it carefully. There is little doubt that I am excited about the trip to come, but must take great care to ensure I don't forget anything critical (surely not...). We are headed for Heathrow terminal 1, soon bound for Ghana with teenagers in tow. I look forward, with trepidation, to further progress ...
... waltzed around for a bit! Air India customer service is not ideal....but bless them they try. All checked in, sat down for a bit, sat down some more, moved seats, bought some water, went through security, bla bla bla, then just waited for the flight. 13.30 take off getting to Mumbai in the early hours and then a transfer to Goa.... Here we come sunshine!!!! Woooooooo!!!! See you on the other side ...
... walking and seeing, for at every turn of your head there is something special to see and experience. This is a truly a beautiful city, where Parisians are fashionable and cultured and truly enjoy everything their city offers. On day 3 we purchased a 6 day museum pass which gives us priority entrance to over 60 museums. I think you could live a lifetime here and not see all there is to see. Our first museum is Museum D’Orsay which houses the largest collections of the ...
Our envy of the welfare and happiness of others,
Our indifference to the plight of the imprisoned, the homeless, the refugee,
The lust which dishonours the bodies of men, women and children,
The pride which leads us to trust in ourselves and not in God,
Be kind to one ...