Elan Valley Hotel
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This is the day we set course North and the day Arne takes his rightfull place behind the keyboard to type out this blog entry.
It's quite a long trip up, so Yveline decided to space it out with some stops. First one was not far from the hotel, we actually drove by the street a couple of times before. St Pauls Church was the shooting location for most of Father's Day, from Doctor Who series 1. We mainly just wanted to pass ...
... evacuee for carnival he wore 13-14 year old shorts. the rest of the morning was very uneventful with going to the nationwide bank and then phone calling our other banks with our itinerary. also we had to drop off some wedding cards which meant Aaron driving me down what I can only describe as a narrow lane. In our relationship we realised there's a distinct difference between what I consider a road and what ...
... So I'm trying to draw on the positives of Aaron coming home. Aaron can meet up with his family (the longest he has spent away is a month), pick up the winter clothes, pick up his new glasses, have check up with dentist and opticians. It will also give me time to look for a job.
I'm looking forward now to celebrating Aarons birthday tomorrow and getting to the airport and finally get the excited butterflies.
... the way to Leominster and Ledbury. Ludlow Castle was the stronghold of Richard, Duke of York during the War of the Roses against the Lancasters led by King Henry VI. Richard was killed at the Battle of Townton in 1460, and his head was dipped in tar and stuck on an entrance to York City, but soon after, his son Edward overthrew the king and declared himself King Edward IV. Here endeth today's history ...
... to each other about the morning of the wedding it seemed like we both had the same kind of start to the day. Full of nerves and people running round trying to arrange stuff for us but not always going to plan.
But the pre-evening was incredible (for those people who aren't avid big bang lovers as we are, this is the time between lunch time and evening = pre-evening). We had so much fun catching up ...