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- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
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... Hever Castle, the childhood home of the ill-fated Anne Boleyn. Loved this place. The rooms inside were magnificent and so well kept with examples of chairs and beds and tapestries all from that time period. The gardens were also lovely. There were mazes, wisteria, Italian gardens, rolling fields and a lake. A really great experience and well worth the effort it took to fond the place.
And lastly today we went to Canterbury. ...
A quick dash to Oxford street to buy a hat for Henley, then we said goodbye to our little house and headed by taxi to Flamstead near St Albans to collect our home for the next two weeks, a camper van. I don't think the taxi driver had been out of London before, as he seemed as unable to find the way to the M1 and we had to stop him heading south down the M25. After an hour and a half we got there, got the van and set off. We made ...
... of satan aka child- Harry) Emma has a sister with two children (sister- Sarah, husband- Jeremy, daughters- Georgina and hermione) yes her name is actually hermione Okay, so I met this girl named Bindi aka Belinda (not Irwin- trust me, I checked) who is Sarah's Aupair who has been here for 9 months is 23 and is from Victoria! Total legend, we caught up for drinks a week after we met and had a ball, went to the local pub in Wokingham and I laughed ...
We did manage some relaxation time at the hotel's swimming pool and Lazy River before our thankfully uneventful flight left at about 5pm. The boys all managed to get three or four hours of sleep on the plane (despite wanting to sit up the whole way watching movies and/or TV.
We had heard rumours while we were away that (a) summer had arrived in the UK and (b) there'd been a royal birth. We have only been able to confirm the latter of these ...
... that it's a bunch of 5,000 year old rocks. Don't get me wrong, I'm so glad I got to see them. But there's only so many pictures you can take of moldy rocks. Oh, and sheep. It's the oldest thing I've seen in my life and probably will ever see, but I don't think I'll be making another trip back. An hour staring at rocks is enough for a lifetime, and I always have my pictures if I want to stare some more.