The Wishing Well Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... have our ski boots fitted, so tomorrow morning when we are all fresh faced we can get straight onto the slopes to enjoy our first skiing lessons.
Mrs Taylor is looking forward to spending her day in a cafe of drinking copious amounts, non-alcoholic obviously....
The question is, will we all survive, how will Mrs Taylor cope without wine, and sharing a room with Mr Swain will Mr Maggs get a wink of sleep? Don't forget Miss Mullen, she is terrifying before 10 am!
... of good health, but that doesn't mean we did nothing! We went ice-skating and swimming today, and went into town to do a bit of shopping yesterday.
However, by far the most exciting thing this year so far was that it snowed twice!! And proper snow! I turned into a 5 year old, dancing around in my PJ's and only just resisting the temptation to do a snow angel :P It really was magical! ✳⛄
Until next week,
We have had a relaxing time in Newark with the continuation of walking and eating. Luckily Jenni and John have Foxtel so we have been enjoying the tennis, at a more convenient time too, no late nights, just early mornings! On Sunday we went and had a roast lunch at a gorgeous pub called The Boathouse, this is where Jenni and John got married, it is on the river - (hence the name IKR!) after lunch we went on a walk nearby. It was here that ...
The festival of the Straw Bear or "Strawbower" is an old custom known only from a small area of Fenland on the borders of Huntingdonshire and Cambridgeshire, including Ramsey Mereside. On Plough Tuesday, the day after Plough Monday (the first Monday after Twelfth Night), a man or boy was covered from head to foot in straw and led from house to ...
... all went to Wetherspoons for lunch. Later we returned to Gabriel and enjoyed a bible study together.
We contacted the lockkeeper at Stanground and arranged a time of 3pm tomorrow.
Tue 13th September
The wind had lessened but was still evident as we set off on the three hour cruise to Ashline Lock and Whittlesey. A sign asked us to leave the lock empty with the "penstocks" closed. We therefore have to move the boat out of the ...