Church Hill Farm B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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"I've been skirting round the rim of doing something
Brave, and not just standing, but jumping in,
Of making circles into squares, of laying down
The bare facts like a burden I can't bear.
And I can almost find the words, but I can see the way you'd
Fold your hands, speak my name like a curse
Upon your pretty lips, the pressured white behind your fingertips..."
... even though I’m not really a “fan”. We had intended to do all 6 houses however by about 5.30 we had well and truly had enough. Heading home we made the decision to go back to Broadway Tower for GJ to get her panorama shot (the phone died the day before remember )….. Jane doesn’t work so well on the small laneways that crisscross the countryside, I think she’s a city girl cos she is always sending us down the biggest roads she can find ...
... all my stuff. I needed to return the car so I had to get all my goodies out. I had no idea where AVIS was so I checked in my folder and there was a postcode, so I put that in and the GPS took me to the door about 5 minutes away. I caught the AVIS shuttle back to Terminal 5, went downstairs and caught the 423 bus back to the lodge. I was really pleased that I had managed to work this part out as I was a bit worried of the logistics of returning the car ...
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