Brockencote Hall Country House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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My first day here in Western Australia. It had a slow start, having a late breakfast with Diane, and then chilling out and chatting!!!!!. Eventually we drove to town to Woolworths for grocery shopping and various other things. Very hot but with a lovely breeze. Again had a late lunch and then a snooze to catch up with just a bit of jet lag. ...
... Have been here before but how it has changed. Lovely flight here. Wonderful food and a lovely cozy seat/bed. Can't wait to see what the next plane is like. Much larger apparently with more facilities. Wow. I will never want to fly again after this experience in Business class lol. Have met a lovely Syrian couple with a year old ...
This afternoon I went to the Birmingham Christmas markets with Angus, Becka, Suzannah and Alistair. On arrival we got a cup of mulled wine and a German sausage. This German sausage was 1/2 a metre long and it was delicious! With warm food in our tums we ventured off around the markets. There were so many stalls selling cool stuff. The others got a couple of presents, but I'd already done my ...
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We stayed over the weekend so we could go to church on the Sunday morning as there seemed to be a few in the area according to my phone. While we were in Dickens Heath I popped into the library to enquire. There are no churches in Dickens Heath. The librarian thought that some people met in the community hall but she wasn't sure of the details. While ...
... to look. Rolling green fields fenced with hedges of pleached trees or drystone walls - all 100s of years old. Different breeds of sheep are in the fields and I saw my first black lamb today. Set in amongst the fields are tiny villages with houses made from yellowed limestone with thatched or slated rooves. There are lots of churches of varying sizes, known as wool churches because they were built long ago when the area was wealthy because of the wool ...