BEST WESTERN Old Tollgate Hotel
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Getting back in Sven and driving and the first thing I noticed is that the nervousness had returned and I felt that I needed to drive very carefully but it didn't take long until I got used to it again and I was bombing along the road. So many happy memories come back as we are driving along, despite the blaring 'Annie' soundtrack meaning I can hardly hear myself think and the kids screaming to ...
... without the patience to wait for wildlife to appear out of their hideouts. Then I found myself thinking the same. Let's look at the hedgehog - there were none, no voles, no stoats, no mice, no rats, no weasels. There were several displays but no visible wildlife. We should at least have spotted one creature making me believe that what is on the tin might not be in it. We saw one snake, otters in their lair and the owls. We went to the keepers talk on foxes ...
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I find myself writing my first ever blog so all of you can keep up to speed with our travel plans and adventures! After 10 amazing years in London it's time for a change and Luis and I are moving to Madrid! But ...
When my partner Martin, was 50 years old, (he is now 57), we didn't do anything special to celebrate the occasion, so I decided to put that right.
We flew to UK from Athens on 24th February, then onTuesday 4th March, I told Martin that he needed to dress 'smart casual'.
We then caught the train from Leatherhead to Waterloo, then went by taxi to Borough Market, which is very near to The Shard and the Taxi ...
... made him a Catholic martyr and ignited the French. Louis XIV welcomes them with open arms and gives them the Chateau de Saint Germaine which was a palace big enough for probably most of Luxembourg to live there (that’s my observation on the size)
James II being in France becomes known as the King and Queen Over the Water and their supporters become known as Jacobites which is Latin for James and they ...