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... But we finally both came to the same conclusions - the Statue of Liberty (probably viewed by boat from the river as I wasnt brave enough to go in the helicopter), a carriage ride in Central Park, 911 memorial, breakfast at Tiffanys and a mooch round Macys looking at al of the delightful things on offer. Some lovely food and ...
... of medieval origin. Meal was great and we enjoyed sharing travel stories with our friends. Then went to Gravetye Manor that was nearby. The manor is 16th century Elizabethan, but the garden was created by arguably one of England's great gardeners, William Robinson, who lived here for 50 years from 1884. The place is now a high end hotel and the gardens have been fully restored. The walled vegetable garden so unique in that it is oval in shape. It was most productive with a ...
... opportunity and experience and pray that I can come back again soon. Abi and Karen - there is a room for you in NZ should you make it that far and I hope to see you again in the near (ish) future!!! Philip and Pippa, hope to see you on NZ soil soon!!! Barry, Anne & Seona... well you know how much you mean to me. Thank you again for looking after me, showing me around and just simply being my friends. Much love and hugs your the bestest!!! Until next time... ...
... makes for a quick run, the course come with its challenges. You start by taking on a small (but on the second lap challenging) hill. The remainder of the course is reasonably undaunting. I've completed the Bedfont Lakes parkrun 18 times.
I have also run Bushy parkrun four times. I completed my first Bushy parkrun (upload pic) on the 11th April 2012. Bushy parkrun is where it all started back in 2004. By far the most ...
... blooming while we are in Turkey. Disappointing, but the daffodils are out everywhere and there are gardens aplenty, so we decided we would go to a large garden where maybe some bluebells in a sunny corner have managed to beat the crowd.
In pursuit of the bluebell we went to the gardens of Hever Castle ...