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... in is gorgeous. Stepped outside this morning and out the front is a paddock with beautiful horses in it. After breakfast, I drove to Romsey to see Sami at the bank. I got a parking ticket for parking in a loading zone for an hour...whoops that was £35. Had a coffee with Sami then hit the road again. Spent most of the time on motorways. Missed my exit twice, which probably put another 20min on my trip. ...
... northerly route via Monmouth, M5, M42, M40 and were confronted with a constant downpour, as if driving constantly within the rainy front. One particular lorry submerged the car in a swamp of water - total wet-out and 'this could be the end of the world as we know it'. We survived 4+ hours of rainy driving to return to a damp Syresham and a cold cottage.
B and H went the obvious route via M4, M25, M26, M20, M2 and home, arriving in bright sunshine! The moral of this ...
Yet another glorious sunny warm morning. Special treat as it is our last morning before having to go to the airport - went to Sharon's for a wonderful breakfast of eggs, hash browns corned beef hash and toast, with endless mugs of lovely coffee. the diet ...
After a great night's sleep we had decided to take in some of the local sights and scenes without too much travel. Graham/Jackie took us to visit Burghley House. This is an Estate built in the mid 1500's by William Cecil. Quite unbelievable...the way some people lived during those days and the amount of wealth they procured ...the Art collection alone is absolutely PRICELESS!!! in ...
An early start today to get back to Clipston for breakfast at the Pub with the Steam mob. What a huge breakfast of eggs, bacon, beans, mushrooms, potato waffle, black pudding, sausages and toast! Lucky we had plenty of good eaters to offload all the extra too. While they all the set up for the day we headed off to a nearby town called Market Harborough, which had a market on! It was just a small affair but fun to look through, and after a little look around ...