Macdonald Compleat Angler
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Well today was cold! The grass in the park on our walk to Winter Wonderland was covered in frost. Luckily Rebecca and I dressed appropriately for a cool day outside. Thermals, a girls best friend on such days as today. First off the rank is the ice skating rink. Neither Rebecca nor I can ice skate. We made it round and round for a good 40 minutes before we tired. We didn't venture too far from the rail and we both only fell over once each. My fall ...
Captain Bligh House, Lombarth Road, South London. Weather warm, fine and sunny It was the hottest day in October ever, a record, 24 degrees Celsius. I was back into sandals, t-shirt and summer pants. We were up at 5am, left at 5:30am so we were passed Birmingham before 7am due to the traffic. Lots of trucks on the road, M6, until we went onto the M6 Toll. Found coming into Heathrow to the ...
... from August); Hyde park; Kensington palace (excellent exhibition with actors playing roles of the Victorian monarchs and their staff in drawing rooms and reception rooms); The Royal mews (to see horses, carriages and cars , all of which are in current usage). The evening was spent having dinner with my cousin Freya and her partner Trace. Saturday - we arranged with Russell and Sophie Nelson for a surprise Skype call to Sue ...
... our ancestors worked in as under gardeners etc and the front of the house was used as Netherfield House in the BBCs Pride and Prejudice. We wandered around the graveyard and found some of the Cartwright graves who were the family when our great-grandfather worked there. We also saw the Courage grave which was the gentleman who showed cousin Mari around the property. It was lovely to walk around the village which has lots of childhood memories for Deb and is the home of our ...
... shield, and convex from left to right like the heater of a knight on foot.
It's a beautiful piece of work, but that's because it's made to show off.. not fight with.
Next is a mazer.
This is a medieval drinking cup that is very decorative, usually gold or silver, and is something I took an interest in a while ago.
I don't see one at any shows but like the travelling spoon I would like to have a go at one. I They ...