BEST WESTERN Hotel Rembrandt
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... crying her eyes out. Now, this could have been anything from 'The Shawshank Redemption' to last night's episode of 'Eastenders', but my money is on a ****** and predictable chick flick. Spotted another plane out of the window, which seemed to be a little to close for my liking. It soon disappeared though and obviously, because you're not watching this on Air Crash Investigation on the Discovery Channel, it means all was good. Landed at JFK and ...
Left house 2pm after slow morning.
Drove to Bournemouth
Bear Factory for clothes
Gardens - Vintage brass band - Aida dancing, bubbles
Pier - Helter Skelter
Glass wine at restaurant
Collet online shop from Asda
Home to see Yusuf
... amazing leaving book from all the kids that covered our car in glitter! Some amazing drawings and lovely messages :) As I had finished work a day earlier than joe I was convinced I could pack up my entire life (and in that read messy room!) in just one day. As I should have learnt from the epic fail from leaving our flat a couple of months ago, in which I had to call in the cleaning crew of my mother and partner in domestic miracles, Lynne. And as they ...
... that had many themed gardens within which we toured and where I enjoyed my first crème tea. I discovered I love English crème and clotted crème is devine, in moderation of course. We were not only blessed with staying in this wonderful neighborhood of Canford Cliffs but we enjoyed spectacular weather on a steady basis, much to the surprise of many residents. Weather is a hot topic we have come to learn while in England and other than a few ...
... to Axminster. We drove through Axminster and followed signs (we thought) to Chard. Ended up on a narrow road...thank goodness nobody coming the other way, we found a place to turn around and back to Axminster. Next try: this didn't look like the road either. So we gave up and parked at the Tesco superstore. Margaret bought a Dr. Pepper and we walked up a path which led up to Axminster town square. We walked into a nice women's ...