Fines Bayliwick House
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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... was fascinated by the geese and squirrels which are very used to human contact, so long as there is a treat in store for them. A quick U turn at Buck House and it was back to the hotel for a last pack. After check out, we decided to fortify ourselves with a steak for the journey home, a really nice way to end our holiday in Europe together (-: See you all soon Love Lynda and John THE ...
Woke up this morning at 5:15 had a very small less than continental breakfast. Met a few of the other guests. Some of us had our name tags on. We all hopped on a comfortable coach to take us to the St. Pancras train station to ride the Eurostar to Paris. The Eurostar takes us through a tunnel under the English Channel at a speed of 100 mph. Trains passing on the other side give ...
... late night walks, peering out windows, staring out of trains, waiting on deserted bus stops- which made the thrill of seeing a fox that much sweeter) a second fox came on the other side of the road, duller in colour and moving fast. They eyed each other and then moved on. There was scavenging to be done. In complete silence, the two foxes went on their way, leaving nothing behind them to give any clue that try had visited the night before. My research tells ...
We took it easy today and went to Harrods for a little retail therapy! In the toy department they had the regular over the top gifts! Real english prams for your dolls for a mere $1,000. And what about a four seater hummer for the little ones! Had lunch at Harrods and then headed to Hyde Park. Still overcast and rainy so not a good day for walking around. Took a taxi back to ...
... allied lines and nazi advances. There were numerous sleeping quarters dim and dark below ground, must have been awful to feel the bombs ahead as you tried to sleep. The bunker was well reinforced and had some of the comfiest chairs I had ever sat upon. Attached to the same attraction was the Churchill museum. This turned out to be even more awesome as we followed the life of Churchill especially though the critical years as prime minister between 1940-5. We were able ...