Elm Lodge Golf & Accommodation
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... cream. It was honestly a struggle to finish. The whole experience though was very worth it, as a fan of the Harry Potter series it was very interesting and entertaining. I returned to Shrewsbury on the train and Els and I went out for a few drinks. It started snowing as we walked home, but sadly it was all gone the next day. We lazed around, enjoying our last days of holidays before semester two starts and caught the train back to Hull on Sunday ...
... large supermarket and the bus to get me to work isn't too far either.
There are lots of canals in the area, amazing to think of the manpower that went into digging them all those years ago. Some of them have a thick layer of ice on them at the moment while others are still being used by people who live in their boats. Don't think you would catch me ...
... is difficult to prove. Perhaps Jesus’s most important saying is: ‘A new commandment I give you – that you love one another.’ Not new, of course – it is a quote from the Judaic book Leviticus 19-18.
The word ‘love’ has suffered many meanings, but I think the best definition of Christian love is that of C.S.Lewis, namely ‘absolutely and completely wishing the good of other people with no hope of ...
... residence. In 1120 it was a formidable fortress with a keep (central tower) that had commanding views of the surrounding countryside. The walls were 20 feet thick. Its great hall was built by John of Gaunt in the 14th century. In 1326 King Edward II was imprisoned here and forced to renounce the throne. King Henry V built an island retreat in the early 15th century. Later it was owned by Robert ...
... spending time in. Feeling fat and fifty from a decade of sedentary office work, it was good to get out and stretch the legs. In true Robinson style we started with a 9 mile walk called "Climbing Jack" in Mortimer Forest. Within about a mile of the start, there was a diversion due to logging and the big mess that the logging trucks had made - large muddy tracts virtually uncrossable. Not wanting to "cheat" on the true distance, ...