Travelodge Reading Whitley
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Reading is known for it's Retail Experience. Lots of shops and all on a very busy pedestrian way. No cars allowed. We bought some food at Marks and Spencer just for the experience. Some sweets to bring home. We walked through Queen Victoria square where the statue of Queen Victoria, Arlene would be interested to know, no longer has a cone-head.
The promenade walk along the River Thames is very nice with much ...
... there, people watching and wondering what everyone else was doing and trying to guess their nationality. They guy we had in customs was asking Eli lots of questions. I'm never quite sure if they're simply being friendly or if they're trying to make sure you are who you say you are.
Then we had another long wait for baggage. I think it was about an hour before our flight's load starting making its way around the conveyor belt. There had apparently been some ...
... 12.50pm (Saturday), and then flight to Auckland at 7.20pm arriving in New Zealand at 11.15am on Sunday. It is a good job that we enjoy the travelling part of our hols and that we like each other!!!! After we arrive and have our first night, we are travelling to the Coromandel Peninsula to meet up with Frank and Lorrain at their amazing original Bach (look up New Zealand Bachs on the Internet to see what we mean) so we may not have coverage for the first ...
Flight was amazing. Qantas business lounge in Perth, had a scotch or two and then they didn't slow down once we boarded. We watched after earth, the internship and then hangover 3, all the while having a little glass bottle of scotch over and over and sitting in an emergency exit row with leg room for miles! Landed in Dubai and omg the emirates ...
This morning Reading feels different because of all the out of towners arriving in Busloads for the Reading festival! Perfect time to say goodbye because it gets really loud here. Anyway, the taxi was on time and for £2 more than what a train or coach would've cost, the ...