Southbourne Guest House
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... close by so I ended up having lunch and a couple of wines there to fill in the 3.5 hours before I can return. The sun is out and it is very nice sitting and reading while drinking a couple of glasses of Prosecco and eating a vege burger. Luckily for me the waiter could speak English as everything is in German! Stopped by a supermarket - Lidi - very similar set up to Aldi and bought some supplies for ...
... again, I will come to her uni if I have to. Off she goes, disappearing down the underground.
The message she sends me after I get home, it makes my chest hurt, in a good way:
"I’m really sorry about the whole tick box thing, it
came out so so wrong. You tick so many boxes, boxes I didn’t even know
could be ticked. You’re so sweet and caring and I trust you to the with
all my heart. You’re forward thinking, and intelligent ...
Today we left Stratford Upon Avon (eventually). How Bill got round all the one systems with all that traffic and all those tourists I don't know. Not that I got lost three times round the same one way system! We got to a launderette (I get told off for airing my dirty washing in public, so I shouldn't tell you about it)! I had to go back to the car and on my way back I noticed that someone had been tap dancing on the ...
... to Stroud. This reduced the walk by over 3 miles. After arriving in Stroud, we walked along the canal path, crossed the river and then moved up onto the south slope. After about 3 miles we found our overnight stay in the burb of Middleyard, about 1/2 mile from King Stanley. Our accommodation was called Valley View, had two rooms and was very comfortable. We and the Halls stayed here. The Osters and Carolyn stayed in King Stanley. Our hosts arranged dinner for us all at a ...
... stop back at the hotel to grab my gear and we were back on the town. The travel pass that we bought first thing this morning meant that we could ride any public transit in zones one through six for free until 4:30 the next morning. Off to the Tower Bridge we went. Navigating
the tube is pretty simple, especially with a main starting point like Westminster. Once we got off the train, we grabbed some candied peanuts from a street vendor on the way to the ...