Abbey Arms Hotel
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... of the flight and at one point he had some sort of attack we thought he was literally having a heart attack as he passed out then woke up with foam in his mouth (according to Jamie). But would be quite funny if Jamie caught something like TB before even landing in Thailand because of all the vaccines we have had leading up to this trip. Wouldn't be funny if I caught it ...
... the rain. I arrived in Stow too late to see the library. Tea warmed me up and for seeing sights in Stow. According to Rick Steves this market town used to have 20,000 sheep sold on some days so the streets were wide. Friday started as another drizzly day. Sylvia offered to drive me to the train station in Cheltenham. She had to take their car in for repairs. Someone had sideswiped the mirror. I had wondered many times how often ...
... or lunch.
By the time we got home, the sun was back out so I hung the laundry out and we took care of a few chores.
A nice quiet day after walking so much yesterday.
Tonight we are celebrating Brian’s birthday at the Askwith Arms, in the tiny village of (pop. 220) just a few miles drive from Otley.
The food was really good, the wine was good, and so was the company. ...
... David was born in Fremantle and came back to Wales when he was three. I have no doubt that the Aussie connection has added a dimension to our welcome. We are hoping that we find the Hounslow arrangement through Airbnb equally rewarding.
We will leave here early on Sunday for the journey to Salisbury as we anticipate a fair bit of end of school holiday traffic.
Until then, best wishes
Mark and ...
... look down at the altar and choir area. From up here the iconic photos of Princess Diana's wedding dress and train were taken during the wedding ceremony to Price Charles.
From the outside of the dome the views of the city were breathtaking. You can see the Tower of London to the east and inside it stands a wall built during the Roman Empire. Just to the right of the Tower you can see The Shard, a £435 million pound glass ...