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We arrived at Gatwick airport just a few hours ago. We had to wait for
about an hour in passport control and then collected our luggage from
the conveyor belt. Once we got to our guest house we went for a little
walk around Horley, there was a lot of second hand shops. At night it
gets dark very late and gets light quite early. …
... cockles and donuts. Delicious! Today we visited Chartwell, Winston Churchill's home in Kent. The gardens were lovely and the house was very interesting. Then on to Hever Castle, Anne Boleyn's childhood home. Finally, we went to Ashdown Forest, the 100 Aker Wood of Winnie the Pooh. We found Pooh's Bridge and played the Pooh Sticks game on it. I'll write again as soon as I'm able. Having a great ...
... trying to avoid.
We had both been breeding colds so we have decided to have a rest day tomorrow to give Mum a chance to recover.
Cooked up a couple of small pieces of Norwegian Salmon for tea with potatoes and salad. Also opened a Columbard from Gascoyne. went really well with the salmon. We are pretty limitted with food shopping around here. Only really the Tescos supermarket. There is a couple of high ...
... Gunpowder Plot' of 1605!
We learnt why the seats in The Lords are red whilst the seats in The Commons are green. We stood (it is illegal for 'Strangers' to sit) amongst the benches of both houses and even stood at the dispatch boxes - the same boxes leant upon by Prime Ministers and Leaders of the Opposition, both past and present.
It was fascinating to walk the 'corridors of power' and to stand within the walls of such a building, ...
Sitting at the airport waiting to board my plane! Stayed the night at a cute little bed and breakfast by the Gatwick Airport, it was nice! I unfortunately only got like 2 hours of sleep for some reason, so I feel like my cold is really acting up again... I hope I can navigate myself through the airport, since most of it will be in German. Ana and I have a busy weekend planned: including hiking the German Alps! It's crazy to think when I get back to London in a few days ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCastle Lodge Horley
Lovely little guest house, staff very friendly and helpful.
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