Cheltenham Regency Hotel
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... trip back in June and it's all a bit surreal that it's finally arrived. I thought it would be a good idea to write this first entry before we leave to outline our trip and for you to deicide whether you want to actually read this blog every couple of days for the next five months! We will be departing from Heathrow at 20:15 on Thursday and be arriving in Bangkok (Via a stop-off in Dubai) at 18:05 on Friday evening. I think Bangkok is ...
Arrived Heathrow at lunch time and used my British passport to get through immigration quite quickly and on to a bus that took me to Gloucester.There I took a local bus (a very scenic route that took ages!) to Stroud,where a short taxi ride found me at my house.By now it was dark and I was a bit anxious about finding the key hidden in a prearranged place in the garden....but there it was!. Found ...
We enjoyed one of the most memorable nights of our trip. The food was amazing, we laughed and reminisced and we were entertained by the hilarious restaurant manager who waited on our table.
It was cosy and rustic - a wonderful night finished off with some delicious apple & blackberry crumbles with custard.
We could have sat by the fire telling stories all night but those big fluffy beds were waiting for us.
... live in London and he is a neurologist there. His wife has only been in the UK for two years and works in international finance. When we mentioned where we were from, he mentioned President Obama and Barb showed him pix of her meeting the POTUS. They were impressed! We exchanged business cards and his wife was surprised that I was a cycling instructor. She had just recently taken up cycling for utilitarian purposes such as work ...
Was up early this morning and went for a walk around to the nearby wood to take a photo of wild foxgloves. Back to our unit, cooked breakfast and then ken knocked on the door asking if we would like to go for a walk with the dog to a nearby wood. Jenny was still asleep so I agreed to go for my second morning walk. We drove to where we were going and then wandered around what you would imagine an English wood to be like. Very green, overgrown, with walking paths scattered all ...