Cottesmore Golf and Country Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
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... 3599996566772px; white-space: pre-wrap; background-color: rgb(219, 237, 254);">We headed out to lunch, enjoying the Spanish Tapas, which are everywhere, from the Bar Cafe, were Will had a 1€ beer, all 200 mL of it.
... be singing ourselves at the Canterbury Fellowship, or in other carol singing concerts. One that we have missed though is Silent Night - we haven't heard any version. ( But we always enjoy singing John O'Donnell's sublime setting.) Eating and drinking - Staying in this comfortable apartment (with a well-stocked kitchen- and bar!), we've been able to breakfast at home and enjoy the beautiful view of Hyde Park. It's also been lovely to have a comfortable couch or armchair to enjoy ...
What an emotional day, could not stop crying! Feeling very apprehensive about going on my own. Felt bad as know mum worrying so not helping crying in front of her! Had large glass of wine at airport, felt pretty drunk walking round airport to gate. Watched Wolf of Wall Street on plane and episode of Game of Thrones but slept rest of it. Brynne picked me up from airport. Absolutely freezing night sleep as Brynne had aircon blasting out, 3 blankets and still ...
... were free! I'm looking forward to coming back to London after my euro holiday as I will only have to save for a flight home! I'll be able to enjoy the weekends more and do side trips around England and maybe more of Europe! London is pretty cool to live in, I still think Melbourne is my ideal home but it's cool living in such a historical city! I've even seen the Queen! Yes it's expensive but that's more the rent and oyster card (and the conversion rate makes it worse) ...
... part of myself that I have only just discovered and feel desperate to cling to to be one step closer to finding myself and where I belong in the this crazy, vast world we live in. I can’t stop time. I will get on that pane tomorrow and I will go home. But I also know that part of me belongs here, in the crazy, busy, magical city that has completely stolen my heart.