A Great Escape Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... blah blah blah when he was talking to the guy about his bikes. (When Pa and Peter get on the phone they talk about bikes for hours and I sit in the background going blah blah that's all I hear.) I have posted some of the 150 photos Peter took, I'm sure he will willingly show you the rest if you are ...
Well we can't quite believe that we have been back in the UK for almost a week. We have obviously had a lot of things to sort out after being away from home for 3 months but we have also found time to reflect on the trip and some of the facts and figures are quite mind-blowing. Here are a few - 12 Countries visited, 41,000 miles flown taking 88 hours in the air (equal to 3 and a half days!), NO flight ...
The day started of slow, but it felt like things where starting to move a loaded the bike up. the first farewell was a quick trip to Dorchester to CW motorcycles and a photo.
Then a last look round to see if I hand forgotten anything and then sit down for a hour with ...
... hopping adventure all drift through my mind! Anyway I'm up at the crack of dawn, literally, arrive at the Emirates desk and explain about my problem of checking in online only to find out I had checked in but I hadn't been allocated a seat as they wanted to offer me a seat with extra leg room and that I was fit and able enough to open the emergency door, result! Well the flight was turbulent, makes a change for it to be ...
... 8221;. There is also a memorial in the church to Alice and Reginald’s two sons who died in the war. Of more interest was the information in the church about Alice, her husband and three sons and also about Arthur Phillip, who founded Sydney and was the first Governor of New South Wales. Phillip lived as a farmer in Lyndhurst! Going further afield, we went to Salisbury which is a lovely place. The city centre ...