Bower Farm House
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... of where we are.
2: To get some free wifi and a hot coffee.
3: get some groceries for dinner and breakfast to save a bit of money
To do the shopping we went to "Deal". The towns here have funny names.
We found a map in a garage near the town centre. And garage in England is nothing where you store all the **** you don't need in your house anymore (like in Germany) and nothing where you go to fix your ...
... squeezed by the tram. The tram ride, which lasted an hour, was very enjoyable. We then were taken on our coach to a tavern where we were able to enjoy two different types of wine and some gorgeous chocolate cake and a sponge roll layered with egg custard and flavoured with cinnamon (Alistair's favourite). Our coach tour continued, but then things went wrong. We were scheduled to stop at the Belem Tower, but ...
... It was feared he may die, and he stayed at Chartwell for about 8 weeks, without even his Cabinet knowing he was ill. The fear was that public morale and confidence would drop if it was known he was ill, and he was determined to return to the Prime Ministership, which he did. After this visit, which was a highlight,we drove to Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens. This is another NT property (£12.90 each, free to members). ...
... of the sample is defected, photographs are taken and the delivery is rejected. The technical and buying teams will assess the fruit and decide what action should be taken. Once the delivery is passed, the pallets are transferred to cool storage.
When the fruit arrives from the grower it is hard, and therefore not yet ready to eat. Sainsbury's sell stone fruit at different levels of ripeness. A punnet of nectarines or peaches can be bought which has ...
... situated right beside the bike trail, consisting of a bike shop, café, and a myriad of trials where people could mountain bike or skateboard. It had only been open about a year but was apparently the biggest in Europe. Well it was just like an Oasis in the desert-we piled in and spent the next couple of hours enjoying the warmth!
After that little interlude, which boosted our energy, we continued on the path, passing through lovely places ...