Cross Arms Hotel
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... journey, taking in countries I've meant to eat erm
I mean travel but haven't yet got around to plus a whole clutch of bucket list attractions.
Abu Dhabi/Dubai (The fastest Rollercoaster in the world, gold leaf camel burgers etc)
Brasov (Dracula, Libearty)
Naples (Pompeii, Mount Etna, real pizza)
... pub Lord Crewe of Arms, with some interesting rooms and yes, the fire was burning on one very blustery day. We decided against the walk -a bit tentative with the cold winds.
Sunday is departure day for Andrew and Vicky so we met them at The Staith House pub at North Shields near the mouth of the Tyne River after Tom and I finally made it to Prudhoe Castle, this time by car. It turned out almost as difficult as walking there because the nearby bridge was closed. We ...
We leave Woodbridge and head to the coast visiting a couple of little towns along the way, Pretty scary roads but beautiful countryside. We make our way north and end up in Sunderland for the night which is on the coast. It raining and almost blizzard conditions when we arrive and very difficult to find accommodation, Eventually we get some and then rooms had to change because wifi wouldn't work, Enjoyed some nice fish and chips int he new ...
... traffic and roadworks but eventually I was travelling down the road I thought Jim had taken when he passed me going in the opposite direction. Eventually we met up and reached the airport after a number of hair raising incidents and then drove on to Paul and Sheila in Winchester where I just managed to slide down out of the driver's seat and collapse until revived with a large wine. Having to drive Astrid alone on unknown roads, getting used to her size/controls ...
... stone wall boundary. It was built in the 1500s and restored in the 1700s and still serves as an operating church once per year. Being so secluded, it was open and people are welcome to explore it. Most of the pews date back to the 1600s with Jacobean designs. 5 people are interred into the floor and you could feel the age of the place in its silence. Looking out of the stained glass windows it was surreal to see 2 llamas grazing in ...