BEST WESTERN Gatehouse Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Grace had an Anglia that Heather raced in down the road to Salisbury House! Anglia = English.
I really get how much the pioneers tried to transplant English into NZ. I was in a garden this morning where the owner has a patch of gorse (for the colour and the wild look!!) It doesn't get out of control - it's perfectly manageable. And the Agapanthus are the same - they love them and don't fear being taken over by ...
Each day I have two hours off (yeah right!!!) from 2-4pm - it's been recommended I get right off the property so I don't get too claustrophobic being in one place. But actually, J does get out a bit - sometimes I need to take her (we're planning a trip to Woodbridge next week - a lovely riverside place full of boats) and sometimes she goes with friends.
Anyway, I've been walking on my time off and now realise that's what English people mostly do when they go on ...
Monday was spent with a friend at Sutton Hoo, an Anglo-Saxon burial site near Woodbridge in Suffolk. This was discovered in the 1930s to be a very important Anglo-Saxon burial ground when the then owner, Mrs Edith Pretty asked an archaeologist to excavate the "mounds" on her property. It has now been decided by the "experts" that the main burial mound is that of King Raedwald, a very important ...
... amp; sunny morning, spot on time... ...and take a modern Dutch train to anywhere in the Netherlands. Sprinter trains leave Hoek van Holland Haven (platform 2) every 20-30 minutes for Rotterdam Centraal, change there for InterCity trains to Amsterdam Centraal or anywhere in the Netherlands. You arrive at Amsterdam Centraal, a stroll from most hotels and walking distance from all the ...
... in schedule/location and afternoon timing. This group hosts a speaker, plays games or does an arts activity. All the groups invite careers, which could be a paid homecare nurse or a friend/family member. Even though the groups tend to attract people who are more physically able, they provide a MiniBus that fits a few wheelchairs for those who can't drive. Two of the groups meet consistently in a hall that the town built as an accessible community ...