BEST WESTERN PLUS Centurion Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Holiday all booked,including coach to Heathrow. Just under 5 weeks to go! Time to plan preparations in detail. Priority,however,is to finalise Marcia's talk to St. Arvans W. I. next week on last years NZ trip. Need to reduce her photo list from the current ...
... On the way a family walking on the other side of the road called out "Heloo Mrs Tonkin-Case", It turned out to be one of her school students and family, What are the chances, Jo-Ann knew that they were in the UK and had even called them earlier in the trip but didn't know that they were in Cardiff at the same time. Even more coincidental, we were all booked in to the same session at the Dr Who Experience.
Once we arrived we had to wait half ...
Happy New Year everyone. We didn't get to see the London fireworks for real as it was a ticketed event for the first time this year (to control numbers). After getting home it was decided to have a hotel party in the girls room. Most went out to get pizza while Keely and Ian stayed in to pack bags ready to leave 'early' the next day. The party didn't last to midnight as we all went back to our own rooms by 10. While looking out the window foe early fireworks we did see a fox. ...
... place, everything changed. We received a call saying tonight’s accommodation in the tiny hamlet called Vobster had overbooked. There was no room for us at their Inn tonight! Being a Saturday night we knew accommodation was hard to come by and the woman who had made the mistake in Vobster had found us a room in a place called Midsomer Norton. When we explained we were walking she said she would run us there as long as we arrived in Vobster by 3pm.
... Hills. How will we cope? and will our desire to succeed see us through?
After a series of footpaths, we arrive in the village of Dinder. The final field being a very well manicured local cricket ground. The groundsman can 'puff' his chest out because, under trying conditions, it looks 'stunning'.
For 3 miles we climbed onto the escarpment of the Mendips, behind us the skies cleared and were accompanied with fleeting glimpses of blue. We however continued to ...