Laura Place Hotel
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This morning Graham and Christine (old family friends of the Eads) joined us for breakfast. It was a full house with Nicky, Ben and Abigail also staying. Poor Ben was all upset when he had to go off to school. Must have felt like he was missing out on all the fun. We headed over to Wells markets and wandered over to feed the ducks and swans in the moat. I never get tired of visiting Wells Cathedral. It's so pretty. It was freezing again today and I thought for sure ...
Manic morning with Nicky's birthday. Ben had to leave for school at 8:15am and we were rushing to eat breakfast so that Nicky could open her presents. Ben and Abigail gave her pyjamas and a dress pillow for her bed, and Geoff & Jen re-decorated her bedroom as their present to her. We gave her a new gold watch with diamonds around the face. She was chuffed. After the school run, Nicky, Jen, two of Nic's friends, and myself went to Bath for the day. We parked ...
... out the animals and we got a few little Xmas gifts. After we arrived back home we were joined by Nic, Abigail and Ben for dinner. Rod and Sue also called around for a drink as they are heading off to Australia tomorrow. Was great to catch up with them. Had a nice quiet evening round the fire, chatting and watching football and Coronation Street. Big day ...
Steve and I went for a run this morning (7.30km). It's funny having three layers on, with long tights, gloves and a hat. Very pleasant out running in the fresh winter air. We ran past a few people as we went along (said good morning etc), then Steve found out later in the day (when he was at the pub) that someone he used to know years ago had seen us and recognised him. After breakfast, Jen and I took Kendra & Abigail over to the Village for a ...
... didn’t want the shoes anymore. She said she was going to try a different model. As for Lucky, she said she loved them, then she didn’t and finally she did as she got the shoes and the lady bought a different pair of shoes.
Next stop was Bath Abbey. We spent an hour inside the Abbey and we were satisfied with our visit to Bath and made our way to the train station. When we got the tickets I was really surprised at the price of tickets. Single way was 6.60 ...
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