Holiday Inn Express Taunton M5 Jct 25
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... bash and then off to the station for our train to Southampton. We are staying here for the weekend before continuing our journey up to Heathrow on Monday 30th for an overnight stay before our flight to Cyprus.
Despite resembling refugees fleeing a war zone, the journey to see daughter Kayleigh and partner George was uneventful and easy....arrived at 3pm. Southampton weather was just as bad as Devon, cool and damp! A nice cup of tea ...
Through all of this travelling, it has been really nice to have a home base of sorts. Having your own bed to come back to is a very comforting feeling. And we were really lucky to have found such a great deal on a townhouse. Though we might miss out on the social aspect of residence, we have still managed to meet some great people along the way. Oh, and of course we have been keeping up with school....mostly.
Suprisingly there is a bit ...
Weekending 7th March 2015
As you might gather from the pictures not many as camera is not working properly we are not in France, We are staying in and around the west country visiting nation trust properties till possible 1st April. Being ' 60' I had a bowel screening test and they found abnormalities, I have a procedure on the 19th March at ...
... away under the seats. We took off on time and climbed high above the clouds and settled down for a 3 hour flight. The in flight movie was on but I caught up with writing my journal and Sarah read till the drinks trolley arrived, out cam the sandwiches and Sarah's inflated crisps! It was not long after eating when we saw our first snow and wow! Just another hour to go and we will be landing in Tromso where we are led to believe it is ...
... difficult. Today, walking alone, I found myself even more confident with my map reading. Somehow when I'm with Debby I second guess myself, despite her committed support. Of course, there was the one moment today when I tried to cut through what appeared to be an overgrown path climbing up an embankment towards a stile I could vaguely see above me. It was only when I was half way through that I saw there were some steps rising up to this stile from a ...