Chase Lodge Hotel
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... in time I can always go on the Bulldog, the problem being if it arrives while i'm away I will either have to pay the storage costs or have to get someone to collect it on my behalf and that would just seem wrong having someone else collect it for me as collecting it is still part of the adventure.
I have booked a flight to New Zealand leaving on the 15th of October, I am planning ...
... so naturally I have to take along dozens of films, books, music tracks and video games. It's okay though as my MacBook, IPad, Tablet, phone.... don't weigh much individually.....
I also want to capture all of the sights and sounds so obviously I need a decent camera/video camera..... and a portable Power Station to keep all of my gadgets alive. Add in another 5 KG for technology
Finally I add in my Travel Kettle and around ...
... lawns and forests will take you away from the hustle and bustle of the city and let you stay in a calm and serene environment. England is well connected with most of the countries and continents. England has always been on the top of the list of tourists who love to travel to different places in the world and explore them. The charm and the aesthetic beauty of monuments displaying Gothic and Victorian Architecture are hard to ...
Quite a nice autumn day again, and slow morning which saw us back at the railway station for our train back to June and Laurence. Pleased to have first class tix, very quiet and like all trains on this trip on time. Quick connecting trip on the underground to arrive at Junes late afternoon. Nice to walk in to the smells of beef roasting and we sat down to a traditional roast beef with Yorkshire ours, heaps of vegies followed by orange bread and butter pudding. Sorry no photos ...
Up early and after a quick breakfast on our way to Calais to
catch the ferry to Dover. The day was grey and misty but thanks to good
signage, finding our way onto the ferry was simple. I must say the ferries are
very well organized.
So after parking our house under the deck we went up on
board to experience the trip. We were a bit disappointed to find that the upper
decks were all but closed to access apart ...