Brent Knoll Lodge
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... very pleased to see Barney. "Come here, dog." Barney and Mr Fisher played together for a few minutes, whilst poor Miss Washington was left holding the bicycle and a very empty blackberry pot. Barney and Mr Fisher then kept out of the way whilst Miss Washington gathered blackberries. Both of them knew that it was best not to interrupt a busy woman. Eventually, the three of them walked home with the bike and an overflowing blackberry pot. Barney ...
... the Telly" and he said "Yes I am " and I said Well that's cool Hello" and he smiled and said Hello back.. Now if I could just remember his name..Inside I came across the others and I went to tell them I just saw a TV star and they pulled out their cameras and showed me the photos they had with him..Funny thing was none of us could remember his name...So pulled the phone out and Googled Actors in "Bridesmaids" and it was Matt Lucas..also in Little Britain and many other shows.. ...
again to go to the hotel.Saw the animal wall , will post some pictures,
when the internet connection allows. Dinner was in a little village
about 30 min drive from Cardiff in the Blue Anchor hotel Established in
1380. Lovely thatched roof pub made from reclaimed timbers from ships
wrecked on the coastline. They had a Welsh harpist playing while we ate
another lovely dinner. Think we need to stop eating.
... the road with dirt or hay depending on the era of the film. There are only 4 roads in a cross and the pub was in the middle kinda bit. We had to pre order so all the drinks and food was waiting. I had the steak and ale pie, with an ale and mum had the fish and chips. It was excellent. The pub was around 500 years ago. Incredible. We are there for a bit so mum and I wander around the town for 20 minutes and admire the little cottages then it's back ...
London began to grow on us as we ventured into areas we had not experienced before. On Tuesday we headed out on another London Walk. This time to St. Paul's Cathedral, London's magnificent symbol of strength under adversity. While buildings all around were devastated during the WWII blitz, St. Paul's was saved and served as a beacon of hope and resolve throughout the war. Our excellent ...