Brooklands Guest House
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... 25.5599994659424px;">It was pure bliss.
I love this cottage and I would honestly buy it off Tim and Chris if ever they sold it. It's beautifu. And calm. It peacefully tells me to calm my **** and breathe.
So I love it here.
Lisa xo ...
On Saturday once Matthew was home from work we headed over to the Duxford Imperial air museum. We spent most of the day there which was great since it was raining all day. It was a huge museum and there was a ton to see. There is even a replica of the plane George Bush (Senior) flew in the war and it has Barbara written on the nose. I had no idea they had been together for so long!
While here we really wanted to go visit some family in Clevedon and a friend ...
... in Cambridge, and it was wonderful to see them all. We caught up on marriages, kids, and careers during adulthood, and I was excited to meet Mim's two kids, Flossie and Danny, who were about the same ages as our kids. They are adorable and got on well with our kids. We called my brother, Clif, during dinner since they were all great friends with him. Sam was our resident photographer (I love this about my husband - I never have to ...
... the Chinese I know. Who smells curry in a Chinese restaurant? LOL. Anyways, it was not the food, it was the conversation. I don't know how long we spent at that Chinese restaurant but Lyra and I had a great conversation and catching up with what was going on with the family, etc. Lyra and I have a common bond - in terms of being the eldest in our families - so we saw eye to eye on a lot of things. Lyra did not know that Dad had Alzheimer's and was shocked to hear that. ...
Just a lovely day cycling and walking around Cambridge.
No Castles, no Cathedrals/Abbeys/Minsters.
Cambridge is a very bike oriented city and there are lovely little laneways with a real assortment of quaint old buildings all crammed on top of each other. The river was busy with punts in every direction and we wandered through the ...