BEST WESTERN Rose & Crown Colchester
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One more day in Ludlow and then it was off to Luke and Lucy's place in Suffolk to see the rest of the family with Sophie and Marcus heading up from London. There was much rejoicing! Wine, beer (last tour spot at the Greene King brewery for Seth and a visit to England's smallest pub-the Nutshell-for the rest of the cousins), good food, old photos and travels through the English countryside to Lavenham (Harry ...
... all the colour palate of the autumn season. Yes, all goes well until, in a field close to a small hamlet called Little Green, I find no exit. The path along the field edge goes interminably ahead of us and I know we need to go left through rough ground cover and small trees. Just before diving in, I have a text exchange with Row, who is organising our train journey back to London. Can I really be this foolish, to be arranging return travel when I am lost in a field and ...
We left our friends in Somerton and began an extremely
long journey to Colchester. It was to be at least a four hour journey, and we
gave ourselves five hours, with stops.
It took somewhat longer because our "trusty" Tomtom found
the wrong road in Colchester for us. It's a road called “Straight Road” and
instead of ...
... in front of me were senior citizens ( I don't know if they call them that here but that is what I would refer to them as in the states) and they get on the bus for free. I was so confused. They just walked up and the driver printed them off some little slip. So when it was my turn I just started at him, then after about 20 awkward seconds I told him where I wanted to go and he said it would be 11 pounds. I also didn't know ...
First a big thank you for all your wishes of goodwill and interest in the entries to date – it'll be like having 100 virtual passengers in the sidecar on the trip - at least it’ll stop the wheel lifting on those fast left hand corners (believe me 55mph is fast on a Ural).
The planning until now has revolved around pressing 'Buy it now’ and ‘Commit to buy’ buttons in cyberspace, and I ...