De Vere Venues Harben
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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... our stay to 5 nights. It looks like this holiday is mostly about Roman ruins, the World wars, mountainous villages, walking and lakes. The next day we took a commuter ferry to Isola Bella and the Pescatore Islands. The islanders rely on tourists and there were lots of trinkets and hand made goodies to buy. Beautiful gardens, old buildings and alleys, but very small. 2 hours was plenty on each. Had a lovely scallop and ...
... an absolute pleasure. The following sentence may return me to the stone age but it's amazing to have my dinner on the table and all of my clothes washed and ironed. Boomerang man has it easy.
We're both keeping ourselves busy. Donna has joined a running club and I've joined a triathlon club. My swimming is improving in very small increments – every Thursday the club train in an outdoor pool and being a ...
Set off in fine weather for a midday departure to France via the Channel Tunnel ,arrived early and departed on a slightly earlier train. A leisurely drive to our first overnight stop , a campsite on the eastern side of Arras La Paille Haute in Boiry Notre Dame, a large site but quiet. Had a good and generous rustic supper in the camp ...
A real lay day today so will not stretch out the blog. Deb took the girls into the local village for a look see, they spent some time in the Roald Dahl shop, they have an interpretive section that children become involved in and by all accounts much fun was had by Maddie. I went across the road to the Peterley Farm to pick some more of my favourite broad beans along with some peas, raspberries and strawberries. Every single one picked ...
... accomplanied by a keepsake program. A welcome was offered by Bricket Wood pastor Gerhard Marx. Then everyone was invited to join in singing two hymns, favorites of the Schroeder's: Immortal, Invisible and Thine Be the Glory. This was followed by a eulogy delivered by Francis Bergin, a friend of many of us and a close compatriot of JRS. Then there was more congregational singing. Daughter Stephanie did reading from Psalm 37 and Revelation 21. A Mark Graham hymn next ...