De Vere Venues Harben
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We were all very sad to bid each other farewell this morning on what is our last morning all
together before we head back to NZ. We have had the most amazing time with these special people, which has at various times been exciting, hilariously funny, adventurous, challenging, but never boring.
The car picked up Charlie and me at 10.30 to take us to the airport, ...
... it before the new people move in shortly. We had a bonfire in the back garden and a help-yourself Sunday tea. The atmosphere was slightly strange, because the house is nearly empty now, with only a few pieces of furniture and other things left to remove. The bonfire and company was fun, but it also felt poignant because I have so many happy memories of this house and garden and my grandparents (Dad's parents). As we were sitting round the living room having tea, ...
... the sack.
Next day we visited ex neighbours from Christchurch who relocated to the UK after the earthquake and then headed to our first night in a camping ground on power so that we could test the capabilities of our new machine. After ringing around 5 camp grounds we managed to find one that had room for us and so we ended up at Henley-on Thames which was a lovely camping ground and the facilities were amazing with central heating throughout ...
Having both finished work for good last Friday ready to jet off to the other side of the world, we now have 3 weeks of chill time with friends and family at home which is a god send for me in particular as the last 4 to 5 months at work have consisted of very long days 5-6 days a week or in fact staying away Monday to Fridays. Meaning I have been unable to spend any time with anyone. The feeling of having no work ...
... innovations for the time including a steel frame, hot and cold running water in its bathrooms, central heating, and an electric bell system. When the Baron died, he bequeathed his renaissance art to the British Museum and gave everything else to his sister Alice. During World War II, Alice housed children under 5 who were evacuated from London at Waddesdon. This was the first and last time there were children living at Waddesdon. When Alice ...