BEST WESTERN Rose & Crown Colchester
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... saying goodbye to Uncle Dick we drove to nearby Dedham for lunch in the very old Malborough Head pub which Uncle Dick and Gwen had taken us to in 2000. The food was quite nice. Back at the Chudleigh we had a quiet afternoon. We walked around the town and found some bubble wrap and a box to pack the jugs Aunty Jennie has given me to take home. We also looked in at the pier. Phil was very keen to win big on the 2 p machine. He ...
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“I wandered everywhere, through cities and countries wide. And everywhere I went, the world was on my side.”
... friendly driver, very chatty, but that's what you expect from London taxi drivers! 10 minutes later, standing under The Shard, waiting for my friend to arrive.
Another train journey, and we arrived in Welling, where my friends live. Got settled in, had food and went on the beer, as you do!
First night out in London was a good experience to say the ...
... pounds but I'm pretty sure our driver only took us half way between the station and hylands park cos then we had to lug all our junk the rest of the way and just in case we weren't already on the verge of snapping, it started to rain. Only lightly and only for a moment but just enough to crush our souls!! By the time we collected our camping gear (from lazy camper- an amazing idea!!) Sarah ...
... then to Heathrow airport, London next Friday. Steve and Tony played snooker at the Conservative Club, while Deb and Myra visited the Priory, First Site art gallery, The Minories art gallery, castle museum and shops. There were some very clever and fun exhibitions at the gallery, including those by Anthea Hamilton and Sonya Todd The priory was founded in 1103 and dedicated to St Botolph, an Abbot who died in 680. The Castle Keep was the largest ever built by the Normans around ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking