Fox and Hounds Country Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 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 ...
... main course Sarah had Cajun Chicken and I had an old favourite - ham, egg and chips!!! We had also our only alcohol today and the meal was very nice and not overpriced. if you are flying from Gatwick we would recommend staying here as great value. After our meal we went back to our room to catch up with Emmerdale and then the final part of Silent Witness. Sleep did not come easy as really hot and some noise from the room up above us and altogether we were both too excited to ...
... and keep up with all the exciting things we are doing. But in addition, they are a personal record for me of my travels, so I can look back and remember what I saw, the things I did, the people I met and how I felt.
Essentially then, it may thus turn out that these blogs are just full of inside jokes, seemingly random stories and pointless, uninteresting details. If this is the case, then I am sorry. But also not sorry. You are ...
... carrying and the heating being on full blast was the most wonderful feeling to behold, especially for Peter after 18 hours travelling in cool temperatures, not what he needed at all.
After a quick cuppa, one phone call to our local surgery gave us an immediate appointment with Peters G.P. which was utterly amazing in its speed and efficiency. So now we are in 'the system' and Peter is awaiting an Angiogram and consultation ...
... like they should be on a sunny December day, its Reading next stop.
We are late arriving at Reading so its grab our many bags and dash to platform 5 for the 3.20 to Gatwick. But this so called 1st class carriage consists of 16 seats filled to the brim with cases, travellers, screaming children, prams and Great Western staff going home! The rest of the train is 2 carriages crammed to the hilt with home goers, it reminds me of ...