Travelodge Windsor Central Hotel
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Today we woke up and went to Legoland Windsor. First we went to driving school and the Coastguard ride. My favourites were driving school, coastguard, the dragons apprentice, and I thought mini land was quite impressive and then we went to a gaming room and played some games. At the end of the day we left and went to have dinner.
Today we woke up and had breakfast and then dropped off the car near Marseille and walked to the airport and caught our flight to London in the UK. When we got there we went on the bus to the rental car place and we waited a long time to get our car. Then we drove to our hotel at Windsor and had an early dinner at Wagamama. Then we went for a walk …
... in her tracks at the sight of the pilot statue sat cross legged looking out to the continent stewing across the channel.
I've noticed UK gents of a certain age seem obsessed with how to optimise motorway routes. I found out why - something happened in or around the tunnel causing a complete shutdown of all lorries heading in the opposite direction to us. I've never seen 10 solid kilometers bumper to bumper lorries - ouch. I smugly continued along ...
Woke at 7.45 so had quick shower and down to breakfast. All packed and ready to go by 9.30.
Just remembered the story of the pigeons at Bletchley Park. They had an area devoted to them. Carrier pigeons played a big role in WWII, carrying messages across to The French Resistance and others. Their work was important and very successful until the Germans trained and released peregrine falcons who killed the pigeons with a high success rate. Some ...
Woohoooo sunny sunny day, let's not waste it.
We were in the hire car by 9.30am and on our way to Windsor. It is around an hour from where we are staying so a nice drive and Brendan enjoyed the fact that he was a passenger today and I did the driving. Windsor town is quite small, really lovely and very English.
We found a carpark, so much easier in a car than a motorhome, parked up, paid the money and off we went. ...