Travelodge Bedford Wyboston
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Really good sleep. However woke with a big swing of vertigo. So thankful it goes away quickly now. Sat downstairs in my nightie for ages. Pete kept feeding me coffee. Had to rush and dress as Fiona, Craig, Sean and new baby Hendrik came over. They brought me a lovely bunch of flowers. So again lots of people, babies and animals. Later ...
After a lovely time in Alsace we travelled to the Champagne area and stayed in Epernay. We only had a day but packed so much into it. After walking around Epernay we decided to drive a bit into the countryside in the afternoon. We went to Hautvillers first where we went to the Church where Dom Perignon was buried. He was a Benedictine Monk who contributed to the quality of Champagne. Moët has named their cuvée after him, and where he worked from is now their cellars. We ...
... was the scene of many turbulent events, including the blasphemous Puritan baptism of a sheep at the font. Despite the complex tapestry of the Priory’s history and the destruction of much of its ancient remains, it is still a place of impressive grandeur. Its lofty arches and spacious doorways are built on the Michael current."
Our day ends by walking a full hour and twenty minutes through the extensive suburban sprawl from the Priory to a lad's ...
... out of superlatives to describe the jaw-droppingly incredible rooms, the ornately decorated ceilings and the collection of artworks and period furnishings, not to mention the extensive grounds and formal gardens. You will have to wait to see our photos!
From there it was an hour or so's jaunt up to Cambridge, (Mandy driving this time) where we checked into a Caravan Club camping ground, ready to 'do the town' ...
... ll cope with walking and map-reading at the same time. So, we've brought in some specialists, able to do several things at once; two ladies whose fitness levels are likely to put us blokes to shame.
Firstly, there's Tina Filby, Steve's sister (but that's where the problems should end!!). 200 miles will be a mere jaunt for this lady who's used to covering 100 miles in a weekend, although usually on a ...