BEST WESTERN Priory Hotel
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Still not feeling good so first stop boots chemist for some cold remedies after which we headed for Freeport. There we met dad and Rena and enjoyed the next few hours talking, laughing and having lunch. Love spending time with them, they are such good company. Val went out with her girls in the evening but I opted to stay back and chill. An early night for ...
... I had a hot chocolate and chocolate cup cake. I was feeling a little bit nervous! Then we went back and I had to sit in a chair, choose my earrings and then a lady pierced each ear at the same time. It really didn't hurt. My earrings are little gold studs. In the afternoon we went back to granny's house and played in the garden. She has an awesome swing ball ...
... and the South Porch was added. The church was restored in the 19th century, the North Vestry and South Organ-chamber are modern, and the South Porch has been largely rebuilt.
The large W. tower is a striking example of pre-Conquest work
At 12 noon on Saturday 11 September 2010 a special Eucharist of Thanksgiving will be celebrated in St Katharine’s ...
... carriages long, and I discovered that they were entirely full of 44 adults and 77 children (I know, cos the conductor said so) on a school outing. I think it must've been a school for retarded parents as they all looked a bit like they might share a single grandmother; the whole train was full of slopping juice and smelly nappies and shrieks of MummyMummyMummeeeeee! The kids were pretty noisy too. Luckily (whether because they were going ...
... inside of the building is done beautifully, though. The doors have wonderfully sculpted ships and the wall has a fixture showing the paths of airplanes in a gorgeous manner. The ceiling is a true Italian mosaic, showing planes and airplanes flying into heaven. The cemetery looks over the exact fields where many of those soldiers once flew.
The University of Cambridge was by far, one of my favorite things, even despite the crazy old British ladies that ...