Travelodge Reading M4 Westbound
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... our travel day so stocking up was a great idea. A nice swim to work off some of the calories and we're good to go.
Next stop......Toronto airport where we head off to Ancaster and Kingston respectively. It will take the better part of a week to sort out pictures and get rid of the Chip Gut! But it was all worth it.
Joanne & Rhe.
p.s. Michael, tell Maple Windsor Boot Camp is almost over..
... Dee's. After asking about 3 people and trudging quite a way up the streets we finally found their place. The walk was fun though - although I don't think it was good for our suitcase wheels - poor Mike's new bright orange suitcase will never quite look the same! I loved walking up the narrow streets, looking at the old houses. Everything was so quaint! People had tiny front yards, some with a square of lawn, or a tiny garden. There was window boxes with pretty flowers, small ...
... the only "2 seats" in the 3 4 3 configured plane! The seats are fine, plenty of leg room and they recline sufficiently so we are happy! The cabin crew are friendly and helpful too.
The Captain then announces that there will be a short delay whilst the plane is de-iced! The short delay turns out to be about an hour! Eventually we're off and enjoy a pretty smooth flight although we don't catch ...
... time in the American airways lounge in heathrow. Amazing to be in heathrow sipping more scotch watching all the wide bodies taxi past. Very surreal. Flight with British airways on the A320 was very quick. Sat next to a friendly British guy who was telling me horror stories of his travels to Seth Efrika and South America that could rival Jared's and ...
A Tuesday morning 0800 in London and we got out amongst the commuters to make our official London to Fishguard start from Tower Bridge. I must admit I didn't wish to be one of those folks heading to the office on such a glorious day. I called on a good old friend Mary Brooker (Smiddy) at Southwark who told me to look out for something Irish and sure enough we found her office thanks to a large tricolour hanging from a first floor ...