De Vere Venues Highfield Park
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... in Toronto. I had managed to formulate a process by which a combination of sleep deprivation, a double dose of Diazepam and alcohol would have me asleep before the plane even lifted off and by tinkering with the numbers I could make this last for the entire flight. Perfect......well not really because Diazepam usually leaves you feeling weary and even disorientated for some considerable time afterwards. By the way Doctors do prescribe very low dosages for the fear of flying, I'm ...
... will have to wait till the next visit. For now we have a teashop in mind and it turns out that Mike and Lou had already located one earlier today...they kept very quiet about that. :-) We remove our boots which are literally caked in mud and the owner gratefully supplies newspaper to stand them on. Meanwhile we order drinks and cake of a much tastier variety...coffee and walnut for Fliss and raspberry Victoria sandwich for the rest of us...yum. ...
... tailbacks. Only the 4X4 capability of the Nissan and some adventurous driving by yours truly as we crossed over to a semi-finished carriageway avoided further delay. Arrived at Eagles Rest at Siavonga around 19:20, quick shower (much needed an appreciated), the off to the Beach Bar for a Mosi beer and some food. Room is great; en suite, aircon, and even a little kitchen annex for self catering, if that's your thing. Turned in early (09:30),shattered. Off to see the Kariba Dam ...
... little town, quite like Gloucester. We poked around for about an hour and visited the abbey where Cadfael is supposed to have lived. Of course, in the gift shop, Jola bought a Cadfael book, which they accommodatingly stamped to show it was bought in Shrewsbury Abbey itself. They also had booklet for Cadfael themed walking tours. I guess Shrewsbury knows which side its bread is buttered on.
... where we are staying the trevi fountain is just around the corner there were 3 *****ian Italians selling roses he said to Carol you can have them for free ( not interested ) just as he was trying to hand them to her around the corner came 2 poliza off they ran and hid behind the green grocer van. Ha ha Here we are in Rome good start thanks British Airways Ps go parra PPS. Feel free to ...