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... were to Windsor, about 1 hour 1/2 of pleasant drive. Windsor is a beautfiful little town about 50 minutes by train from London and separated from famous Eton by the Thames. It is all very posh like the british would say and very quaint. The castle is incredible and of course famous. The Queen spends many week-ends here which makes it the only castle in the world still inhabited. The grounds surrounding it are spectacular and I can only picture how beautiful ...
... about their teams. The singing and chanting never stops. Cold beer and roast beef on a bun with onions and Dijon mustard and horseradish was the icing on the cake for this experience that we'll never forget. One more from the bucket list. On our way to the match we went through the New Forest, a huge park that has been preserved for centuries (nothing new about ...
Had a really good trip down to Dover... Not a traffic jam anywhere. Just waiting to board now. Finally on board... Oh **** were sailing!!! Ernie's at the bar getting the drinks in... Wow...don't think we have ever had such a smooth crossing. It's like a mill pond out there...but very ...
... of hours just sitting in a cafe recovering. While we were chatty he said his wife had gone to fetch the car and he was just waiting for her to come back. So the boys went one way and we went another. We looked in shops, we read magnets, we found some Royal Baby stuff and we found Jamie Oliver's restaurant. It was decided that this would be a excellent place for dinner so with our booking made we headed off to study the architecture of the surrounding buildings. The Kings Collage ...
... obtaining an up to date audit. It is very rare that a property has serious safety issues and if this does occur we would take immediate action to use an alternative hotel.
Saturday 17 November 2012
Today visit the remarkable Stone Forest at Shilin, an intriguing collection of limestone formations, adorned with trees and vines, paths and pavilions that cover an area of some 400 square kilometres. Renowned since the Ming ...