Dovecliff Hall Hotel
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So after a little worrying that nothing would come through....they did. The catalyst being an e-mail via the British Burns Association. Once that was sent out I received a few offers of places to visit; Galveston (Texas) and New York. Phew!
Additionally, I had a message from the Chairman of the Katie Piper Foundation asking whether I would like to contribute to the charity's own journal named the 'Journal of Burns, Scars and Healing', which is an exciting prospect. ...
... through some Archeological rediscovery. Beautiful weather here sunny and 21c. Had dinner in a pub downtown and walked back to our hotel. 14km walked today. Interesting to see a larger number of Africans here this time. Beautiful terrace houses lining the streets built in the 1930s. Lots of medieval places dating back to the 1400s. The orange stone buildings are very badly ...
Last night we went to a BBQ at Tim's cousins house where 35 of his family had gathered to see us. It was a wonderful night and Luke loved meeting his cousins from the UK.
Today we spent the day in Coventry showing Luke where Tim grew up and a few parts of its history. We started with the Coventry Cathedral where Tim's Nan volunteered. However this was destroyed by Germany in World War 2. They ...
... spiralled very tight and then went under itself ....... very bizarre tunnel indeed. The trip wouldn't have been the same or possible without the star ....... Banksy. This van will just keep on going no matter where.
The rest of the tour in northern Europe was spent cycling, site seeing and visiting some of our favourite places such as the Mosel valley and Ghent.
For now we are seeing family and friends before the next adventure ?
... just outside Oxford. Her cottage was built circa 1880 and is absolutely gorgeous. We had a cuppa and some lunch with Penny at her house and caught up with what we are all doing and have been doing over the last few years. After lunch we caught the bus into Oxford and had a walk around the University buildings, very nice. We stopped by the pub that Bob Hawke ...