Crompton Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Not toooo bad this one as Linda and Frank have plans to come to Oz in the next couple of years - they were going to come this Christmas but have decided to defer for a year since we've all caught up now.
So that just left Mum, Craig and I. We sat and chatted for a while then got ready. We all hate this bit and it never gets any easier as the years go by. But we always make it quick and try not to prolong the agony. Mum was watching from the upstairs window as ...
... views as you walk across the Thames then take stairs down to the engine room below. Victorian engineers were as much artists with a flair for colour and composition in the pumps, piping and steelwork as well as lasting design. Back on the bus again and off to Hyde Park for a walk (as rain is forecast for Tuesday) and in the corner I found Wellington's Museum. My 3xGreat Grandfather was in Wellington's 3rd Foot or Buffs regiment so this held an interest for ...
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... the next 48 hours is eating and drinkjng. Lunchnis lovely fat vegetsble pasties, with cress salad, crumbed eggs (Scotch Eggs) and washed down with tea. Later we cleebrate johns birthday with magnificent chocolate yule log, iced by Cathy ( rich buttery recipe by Nigella). Then a tour of the local Christmas lights, far more spectacular than those of Fice Dock, and I took John for a pint of Guinness ( or two) at the one Bell. Champagne, and dinner of beautiful ...