White Hart Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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Hi All, This is our last blog from the UK. Sunday 16th August saw us depart Abergavenny, South Wales for Milton Keynes and some quality time with family for the last 4 days of our holiday. Mark and Jenny were our hosts for this period and as usual we were spoilt. Monday Roy played golf with brother,Brian,brother- in- law Roy and nephew Mark in Bletchley. Great niece, Carly and I provided plenty of encouragement during the 18 holes which I'm sure was appreciated. Tuesday ...
... floors. What fantastic views of London and we've been so lucky with the weather as those of you who have managed to catch the 1st Ashes match and Wimbledon will know. Sunday saw us all off to Greenwich to explore the Cutty Sark. What an amazing boat and here was me thinking 24 hours on a plane is hard yakka. To think that boat was sailing between England, China and Australia in the 1800's, truely amazing men who sailed in those days. ...
... America and volunteer with Y Care International in Guatemala for 3 months - let's go!! Just checked in to what was promised to be Heathrow's finest hotel, The Marriott... I guess it'll do - even if wifi does cost £12 a day! It's my last night of television, wifi, contact with friends, beautiful English weather (lol) and decent food - goodbye to the good life! I write this first post to 'Jess vs World' ...
... how similar this is to St. Giles Order of the Thistle Chapel in Edinburgh. The carved wood stalls in the choir are characterized by similar prickly Victorian wooden craftsmanship. The shapes hovering over those seated provoke perfect posture. The family crests are displayed above each of the 24 seats and flags display similar designs. The drizzly cold day drew us back to our B&B.
This trip ...
... that time it was totally my fault because I also took a left even though the woman told me to just walk straight. I really should just listen to directions fully haha. So once I got back to the street to told me to be on I still was worried because departure time was coming fast and I still wasn't sure exactly how far I was supposed to walk. So I asked a cop who was super nice and told me exactly where I needed to go. Sidebar but everyone ...