The Barns Hotel
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... not changed and the fields were green.
Drove past the 'Dog and Badger' now looking very smart with many colourful hanging baskets. Had many a glass of Cinzano Rosso before our Sunday Lunch many moons ago.
Then went on to Ampthill and explored the lovely old town with so many Elizabethan buildings. I found the church Steve and I married in and felt ...
... about travel. She picked I was from Australia and asked how long I had been over in the UK for. Had I travelled on my own? All the questions I am used to answering with one headphone in. But something told me this lady had something for me as well.
She told me about her son. He had done the same and opposite of me. He had taken off at age 18, travelled alone because, alike to me, ...
... called Heidelberg. It was wonderful spending time with them, and so nice to be able to repack my bag!
-I learnt that trying to keep an organised bag while travelling in nearly impossible.
-I had an over-excited, well overdue, jumping up and down kind of reunion with a traveller we had stay with us after we met at Christmas 2008. It had been 4 years since we saw each other, so it was so cool that I finally got to see her again...and she hasn't changed at ...
... with a topping of heavy whipped cream mixed with butterscotch. It was very sugary and the kids loved it. At that same break location they also had the hogwarts bridge, the triple decker purple bus, and the front of Privet drive. At the gift shop on the way out Katie purchased a time turner and Hermione's wand. Alex purchased a stuffed dragon and a a harry potter quidditch shirt. It was a long day, but the kids [and adults] had a great time. ...
Two contrasting parts of today's ride. After a boring few miles through Yaxley just south of Peterborough, I had my last experience of the pleasant and easy riding on quiet lanes of the flat fens. I saw nobody except just south of Holme where a group of villagers were watching the Royal Scotsman parked on the adjacent rail line as the engine took on water from a fire tender.
After the village of Sawtry the countryside changed ...