Comfort Hotel Harrow
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... trails. Gilbert lived there for the last two decades of his life and died while trying to save a girl from drowning in his lake. The house was converted into a hotel in 1970 and has been used as a film location.
Many of Matt’s family and friends came from Australia for the wedding so we had a great time meeting them and catching up with Margaret’s family and in-laws. It was a lovely ...
... around to Alison & Ian’s place for an evening meal which we enjoyed.
Andy & Vanda were there too. Nice to see them again as they were the other members of Alison & Ian’s wedding party in Lindos 2 years ago.
27 July. Walked to the garage for the Sunday papers, quiet morning, then, after a light lunch, Carol drove Anthony and I to the Monton-Weaste CC to watch the first team play Middleton CC whom they beat in perfect cricket weather. ...
... at Sea students were staying. SAS organized a free shuttle to meet the ship in Southampton about 2 hours away.
I sat next to a girl named Melinda from Kansas on the bus and we have been spending a lot of time together since. Her roommate, Lauren is very nice as well, so the three of us have been meeting for meals. I gave them a tour of the ship and gave them pointers from experience. It was soo wonderful to see the ship again! I feel like I’ve come back home! ...
... in their intact state. The War Rooms were later emptied and used as storage for many years by the Government until the they were reproduced and turned into a musuem. It was faithfully made up by using photos taken by the staff who worked there. We weren't able to see The Dock where the staff would sleep. It was apparently very cramped a2nd unpleasent living conditions. It was a fantastic display, we loved seeing it.
... I've had a great few weeks catching up with friends and family (so much so, I managed to lose my voice completely and get Laryngitis!) - and made me realise how much everyone cares about me - and how much I'll miss everyone.
I have to say that I'm excited, scared and a bit emotional at the mo (may be due to backpack-gate!) but then I came across my Ashridge note that I wrote in 2012 (5 ...