Danesfield House Hotel And Spa
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3pm, St Peter and St Paul's Church, Shiplake.
We had the most amazing day! And now the adventure begins...
... to make science and scientists more 'people friendly' and accessible and it does - it's brilliant and the museum should be congratulated. I can easily see young people being able to relate their own childhood experiences watching ants or putting snails on top of each other (or was that just me?) and understanding that they too could be one of the people behind the windows one day. When we left we went back to Hamleys toy store as Max had had his eye on a robot ...
We set our from Deb'a place for a little tour of Marlow in Buckinghamshire. We walked down the high street, across the bridge, along the Thames and stopped for a coffee before driving to Marlow Lock. We timed it right to see the lock in operation. Marlow is a lovely town of about 15,000 people with a bit of money so beautiful shops, houses and parks. Deb then drove us to Northampton to Althorp House the estate of the Earl of Spencer and Diana's grave and memorial. I realised on our ...
... then I will be more than happy to walk alone. So.. would you?
“My shift finishes in 45 minutes. I’ll drive you home.”
So, I sat in the staffroom, my head swaying with a smile on my face, watching Top Gear and drunkenly laughed at the Britishness of the programme.
45 minutes later, the tram depot manager came out and we walked to his car. He was such a lovely fellow. He was about 70 years old, so I knew I ...
... reconstructed from the fragments. They are glass after all, but looking around the re-enactor camps you would never guess that there was anything so delicate. If it couldn't survive Vikings, it would have no chance with re-enactors.
It wasn't until recently that the opinion of the Saxons started to change to show more craft and finesse, such as the Staffordshire horde (still to come on my trip) and the fine fabrics coming out ...