BEST WESTERN PLUS Milford Hotel
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... home of the Bronte sisters. The parsonage museum is very interesting, it's quite eerie to stand in the rooms that Charlotte slept, lived and wrote in, and there were some very touching family items such as her wedding bonnet and a cap made for the baby she was carrying when she died. I think I have my summer reading sorted as I really want to revisit the books I loved as a child now that I've seen the places where they were brought to life.
On Monday we went to Chatsworth House ...
Docked around 7.30am. Were walking around the Promenade deck as the ship was coming into port and saw dolphins swimming off the bow of the boat, we the saw them on each side of the ship as we continued walking around the deck. After breakfast we disembarked the ship at about 9am, we quickly signed up for a round the island mini us your ...
Last day in London so wake up, ****, shower and shave. Had enough breakfast to feed a small family, then Tina and I headed to the airport to pick up the hire car. Now I never was one to have car posters on the wall as a kid and even now see them as being a means to an end. But not today ...
... coast, so seems a good one to go for. We rejoin the queues for a few miles and then mercifully turn off onto clearer roads, soon passing by Prince Charles' vanity project village of Poundbury on the outskirts of Dorchester. In the meantime the weather hasn't improved at all, with a steady drizzle and a low mist. At we get closer to what out satnav claims is the destination, we scan the hills for equine traces cut in the chalk. Suddenly we catch sight of something at almost ...
... to find my way back to the hotel, but after 10 minutes walking the wrong direction I noticed the big hotel sign behind me. I retrieved my bag and hopped on a train headed for York. Since my hotel was a little way out of town I got in a taxi to get there and was lucky enough to get a talkative driver who was able to share some of the rich history of the town with me. York used to be the old capital when the ...