Crouchers Hotel & Restaurant
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trip, and we had a great time, although I think we were a bit unlucky to catch a spell of not such good weather. We have learnt a lot, like the areas which we like best and which places are likely to get consistently dry warm weather. We tried lots of different campsites and now have an idea which sort best suit our needs.
We enjoyed our month away and will probably do it again next year, bur most likely for a bit longer...... !
her stomach wobbled around in an alarming manner. Almost anything could have
been stored away under her capacious sari. She would have been very useful at
the Black Friday sales as her skills at making space and storing booty were
unlimited. I watched Gandhi while balanced on one cheek but found pacifism a
bit hard to take. If the mahatma had sat next to her for 8 hours the ...
... up to the room so Melissa and Martin could collect their things. We chatted for a bit more and they left about 6.15pm. After they’d gone, I warmed up Emma’s dinner and Mat fed her on the bed. I rang up and ordered some room service for us.
When Emma had finished her dinner, we got her ready for bed and I fed her. She whinged for a bit when I put her in her cot but went to sleep around 7.30pm. Our dinner was a ...
... promising because it had a range of over-priced food outlets. We were going to pay too much but at least we had a choice of where to get ripped off.
If whoever designed the layout of Newbury Services is not insane then he or she has a wierd sense of humour. It is preposterous. There seems to be an inconsistent one way system which hardly anybody understands. We had to go round twice before we found a way in, having not fancied the first "entrance" because there ...
... equestrian statue, the oldest in England in another hall.
One of the final rooms was the library with its 3000 books. This was the school room for Lady Baillie’s two daughters who had a governess. During WW2 it was used as a ward and her daughters both helped as volunteer nurses.
We had a meal, and then briefly visited the aviary. There were a lot of cockatoos, many endangered. There was also a kea display – the keas had to be in separate cages ...