De Vere Venues Highfield Park
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... installed later when they discovered being clean was not bad for your health.. Definitely something different than I have seen in any other places so far!!
After this I walked around the gardens, stopped in to the self serve second hand bookshop (since finished one of the books I bought, worth the 1 pound!) and walked back along the Thames to Richmond to catch the train home. The pathways were a lot busier than they had been earlier in the day!
... We spy a man with a Turin badge on his jacket and Pete asks him if he's going to Turin - yes he is and he tells us the platform! The train is very, very long and of course our carriage is the last one - a real route march. We find our seats - we a facing the opposite direction to the way we are travelling. A young man sits opposite - he's going to Bologna for his graduation in Political Economics. He lives in Paris and has a flat mate who lived in Melbourne. He says that he ...
... tomatoes for lunch, pesto and zucchini for tea tonight and then return home. A beautiful lunch - the tomatoes have a wonderful flavour. We organise a taxi to take us to the airport to pick up the car and relax in the meantime. We upgrade to a car with built in GPS - it's a Vauxhall diesel large hatch, dark grey. Very roomy and comfortable. We try out the GPS on the way back to Jo's but it takes us on the M something or an another which is going to take forever because ...
... outside, not sure what the point of it was though. Caught the bus back to Llandudno and took the cable tram to the top of the Great Orme, for fantastic views over the coastline. Sat on the promenade for a while and people-watched, observing Brits at the beach in summer :). There are hundreds of gulls and they can spot a crumb from a long way off, descending in numbers to harass anyone with food. ...
... a Roman bridge and walk up a Roman road. One of the residences on the property in which the brother lives is Fifteenth century and has just been surveyed as entirely viable, with the original oak beams expected to last another 400 years.
We left Ruthin early on Sunday for the drive to Salisbury expecting some end of school holidays traffic but that was not the case. On this occasion the satnav lady had forgiven me for my disrespect and took ...