Best Western Royal George Hotel
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... day they looked very orderly -- as were the secret plans that kept Hughenden safe from German bombs in the '40s.
I met Avis over 25 years ago when we were both teaching at Trevelyan Middle School in Windsor. Another long and rich friendship!
Later, lunch at the Thatched Tavern in Ascot with uncle Michael and Sue... always a treat in any season.
Washington Earth Sangha friends, Ewen and Cynthia, visited for a day on a short trip from ...
Our adventure begins with a very traffic-free drive down the M4 to Heathrow. After lots of chatting and swapping of sweets I realised that I had left something very important behind, on a chair in Whitchurch Primary School's staffroom. I had been very organised, surprising myself with my precision and attention to detail by arranging every ticket, ...
... go to markets more often. Sadly ours don’t have the kind of stalls filled to the brim with hats and vests, run by a smartly dressed gent I couldn’t help but compliment on his dashing appearance, and who was so very nice to blush for me.
After taking the groceries back and finding out tomorrow was going to be rainy, we hopped in the car to go visit St Fagans National History Museum, from this point on known as Welsh Bokrijk. The main thing ...
... very much like Dorrigo there we seen about a dozen little squirrels playing in the wild oh so cute see picture they are the introduced ones. Then to Tintern Abbey had picnic there on river and seen relics of abbey seen 7 River Bridge. Now we are back at Inn the others are all having Nana an Pa naps off at 5.30 to walk along Wye river to a 14th century Inn for ...
... gothic church and see clear blue skies, with sun shining in to its cloisters and alcoves. A carpet of green grass now grows in the nave, where pews would have been in centuries gone by. It's truly an amazing and peaceful place. Luckily I managed to encounter more country hospitality on the way back. I hitchhiked again, and who should pull over but the lady who works at the info desk at the abbey who I had just spoken to an hour ...