Upper Neatham Mill Farm Guest House
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
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Up at 5:00 am. On my way to Paddington to take the Heathrow express to the Airport I heard that the station was closed as an alarm was going off. Took a cab and arrived early so had breakfast and watched people. Happy Birthday Deb, looking forward to seeing you later today!!!! Arrived home on time at ...
... have finally subsided. I noticed then starting once we arrived in London and they have worsened day after day. I took an antihistamine yesterday and today. Something in the air for sure. And Hannah keeps getting hives - not sure why. Hopefully they will subside soon too! ------------ We are now back in Canada. Landed in Toronto a while ago. 3+ hour layover here. Flight was fine (long though - almost 7 hours). I watched The Theory of Everything (Stephen ...
Here we go again! As many of you know Leah and I are off on another epic adventure. Join us on our escapades by reading along as we backpack, road-trip, camp and trek through Mongolia and Northern India. The next three months are sure to be filled with stories of questionable food, long and interesting bus rides, and the many memorable people we meet along the way. My journey has already begun and Leah is following ...
... t just queue and order at Starbucks here. Someone comes up to you and takes your order while you are standing in the queue.
I think there could be a market for someone to run training courses on passing through airport security. There seem to be so many dos and don’ts which – no matter how many times you have flown – pop up to catch you out. Take another tray, put the mobile in the tray, push the tray towards me. ...
... through the shopping lanes for some last bargains and a spot of lunch. As we didn't have huge amounts of time, we popped in for a McDonalds - our last proper American maccy dees!! There was lots of people watching to be had and we even witnessed a staff member exchange something via a handhsake in exchange for a rolled up wad of cash - I kid you not! if you'd had blinked you'd have missed it! We then sat under the palm tress and soaked up the view of the Californian sea for ...