The Belmont Hotel
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... for fishing, and several men were doing that today. I spoke to two chaps, one was reeling in a fish, a Mirror Carp, which estimated to be 12 lbs., see photos. Once caught it is released back into the lake to be tempted by someones bait again and again. Carp is the main fish here. (Doesn't seem to be destructive like the European Carp in Australia) According to the notice board catches have been as great as 500 lbs! Fishing competitions are ...
... Dove', Sue's retired greyhound was happy when "walkies" was finally announced. The walk was through 'Daisy Bank Pocket Park' of 1 1/2 acres, which is leased by the Parish council of Aston-le-Walls from the County of Northamptonshire for £1 per year. The committee of volunteers maintain the property, cleaning up in winter and mowing paths in summer. Easy to see it could be overgrown ...
... to find things to entertain us; now we only had 12 days in one of the finest cities in the world! The end of our odyssey was looming fast and for the first time in months we were no longer thinking about going home. Perhaps it was because while we were in San Francisco we were living in a home, somebody else’s admittedly, but after 9 weeks in a camper van it was perfect. Our friends and fellow adventurers Dixon & Jen (Jennie to avoid narrative Jen confusion), ...
... Valley at exactly the same time as Mummy Moll and Sue so took up residence in our lodge with Sangy's scones and a nice cuppa tea. Ahh. Leaving Mummy Moll and Sue to get settled, Beaver and Slug headed into Oakham to meet Alex and Jan for more tea and some cake. It had been at least 10 years since Beaver had seen Alex and nearly 20 years since she had seen Jan, so there was much to catch up on, not least an interrogation of Slug and his intentions. We arranged to ...
... extended by John of Gaunt and then by Robert Dudley, Queen Elizabeth's favourite. It is huge.
As it's a Saturday and school holidays, the place was full of sword-wielding young Britons.
The 8 year old with the plastic sword, the red hair and the patient father exclaimed " I want to be bwave. Yes dad I am bwave." He then headed off to acts of derring do.