The Mole and Chicken

Address: Easington, Buckinghamshire, South East England, England, HP189EY, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in Easington, is near Waddesdon Manor and Thane Farm Market.
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      A Bank Holiday day out

      A travel blog entry by derrick241 on May 23, 2014

      8 comments, 38 photos

      ... they can climb all over them (there isn’t anything to break on them) the volunteers are helpful and have shed loads of knowledge about the Mosquito projects going on and more than willing to talk to you about anything on display

      There were plenty of families out there, despite the weather and most of the exhibits being outside, so go along

      (if there is a lottery winner out there, you could help them to get a Mosquito flying in the ...

      Visit to Jan Schroeder & UCG British Isles Office

      A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Mar 20, 2014

      4 comments, 10 photos

      After a smooth and uneventful flight on a half-empty USAIR plane where we actually did get a few hours of sleep, Beverly and I arrived at Heathrow airport in London. Barry Lavers was right there at Terminal 1 with a UCG sign at 7 am. All is well so far. The plan is to get to Bricket Wood for the day, see the UCG office in Chalfont St. Giles and Jan Schroeder and her family in Watford.

      We were very pleased to meet Barry Lavers who works at ...

      Windsor and Eton

      A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Nov 02, 2013

      66 photos

      ... of the castle is largely due to 4 monarchs: William the Conqueror, Edward III, Charles II, and George IV. This place has been a favorite of many of Britain's monarchs. Henry the VIII spent a lot of time here and is buried in the chapel alongside Jane Seymour. Charles I was imprisoned here and was buried here after he was executed. Queen Anne was born at Windsor. George III and George IV oversaw the Gothic transformation of the Palace and George IV saw the addition of ...

      Windsor, Knot Again!

      A travel blog entry by ktmason on Aug 09, 2013

      9 photos

      ... t the station for the 10 minute return trip and it's fortunate I did as the trains are only every hour that time of the day.the ten minute walk between the station and the windmill took me about twenty as my knee decided to hurt while I was sittings the train so I took it easy and took in the view. It made me laugh when I saw the boys had parked their bikes right outside the front door! They had to take them back t The Moffats after dinner although Aussie ...

      Trips to nowhere

      A travel blog entry by jayton on Jul 19, 2013


      We set off to visit the highest point on the Durham coast, Beacon Hill. Went to the village nearest to it. Drove up one road to a dead end, drove up another road to a dead end, drove up a third road to the main road we had been on before turning off to the village. Gave up.

      Went off to a nature reserve called Rosa Shafto. Went ...