Boship Farm Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... across lengthways across a few spaces, which mean amazing views over the park. Things soon warmed up in the camper once we got the gas burners going, and the tea on. With 5 adults and a dog I have to say it was very cosy. Once the table was laden with food everyone tucked in and soon had very full bellies.
With such a beautiful place to go and explore, we took advantage of the break in the rain and ...
... slept pretty well, the rain that came may have helped by drowning out some of the passing traffic. I was still raining when we set off from Brighton and headed to the New Forest. By sheer luck we missed a turn off that Derry wanted us to take and the next turn off we took was over a cattle grid. I instantly hoped that we might catch sight of some wild ponies, and we did. We passed by quite few horses and ponies and was chuffed to bits seeing them. I was hanging out for a coffee so as soon ...
... signs, but there are lots of interesting detours. Our Brand Store is also always worth a visit.
2. Bottle Collection
Taste a very special beer brewed on the oldest recipe from the Carlsberg archives. Explore the World’s largest collection of unopened beer bottles.
3. Old Brewhouse
The tour of the brewery starts in the old grain store situated in the original brewery founded by J.C. Jacobsen in the mid-1800.
We stride off to Whitehall to watch the changing of the Horse Guard, then wander over to Buckingham palace to give Liz and Phil a friendly Cooee from the front gate. They didn't wave back, but we did see someone turn off the lights in a second floor room. Guess they knew that some Australians were in town and didn't want to appear to be at home.
Walked along the Mall, which had no shops, and to Trafalgar ...
... a cacophony of noise when they set each other off. The afternoon it's time to walk all 60 of them. They are all categorized as green, amber, red or staff only. Basically from calm to nutter. I'm only allowed to walk the greens so start with a couple of old greyhounds (picking up more poo along the way) and then on to a big white dog whose breed escapes me. After a relaxing walk in the sun, this dog requires some therapy for his ...