BEST WESTERN Old Tollgate Hotel
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... consulate for transit visa for train journey through country to get to Russia. All hopefully to be back by 9th February..... not leaving much margin for error..... I always work better under pressure??! Once all paperwork and travel stuff sorted, business affairs I'll be on a whistle stop tour of UK for a few farewell fatty drinks and it'll be next stop St Pancras station London for Eurostar departure to Brussels on 18th February 18th at ...
... own age. The first day was spent immersed in Charlotte's toy box and dress ups. A constant parade of princesses, mermaids, fairies, replete with lip gloss (for Flynn and Isla) - they had a blast. We did manage to get out for a walk in the woods late in the afternoon. Squirrels, fields (not even close to a paddock), horses, copses, all beautifully English. The landscape is so tame and manicured. But very picturesque. On Friday we took the kids to a local "farm". ...
... care facility in town. She was in good spirits and happy to see all of us. I shared my wedding photos with her. The evening meal was ours to prepare. Tesco Express provided all the ingredients for making tacos -- not a native cuisine item versus California where we have whole markets of Mexican staples. We used ground turkey and avocado as bases for the carnivores and the vegs. Nick took on the cooking challenge. Fortunately, he ...
... we visit this market. We stopped at a wonderful cheese stall - where Martin had quite a few cheese sample tastings. The display on a vegetable stall was amazing and so very colourful. Then we found a Herbs and Spice stall, where we purchased some spices which we find hard to buy in Greece, so we will take these back with us.
The lady from the Spice stall took us and pointed out a wonderful coffee shop called 'Monmouth'. ...
... with us today, some anyway. They created a toast where they would lift their glass and say “to the King” and pass their hand over the glass for “over the water”.
James II is still mucking it up and is quite unpopular in France. But he and Mary have a daughter, Princess Louise and live quite comfortably in the Chateau.
That ole wily William calls a Convention Parliament of ...