George Washington Hotel
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... staying in an ancient, repurposed, stone abbey.
Helen, our travel planner from Great British Escapes, has really met her calling. We asked for lodging that was full of character, had history, and were experiences to stay in. As we were driving on the small roads through acres of pastureland, I wondered “Where is Helen sending us?” because at one point, Siri said, “In one-and-a-half miles, turn right” and ...
... river, so possibly more peaceful over there. After Amble the road becomes major, which suited the man in the Satnav who always wants to direct us to motorways. After passing our old hunting ground, Cramlington, we arrived at the ferry terminal with a couple of hours to spare. Processing was quite quick so we ended up on board clutching a cabin key with loads to time for a couple of expensive, pre-cruise ...
... shots taken through holes!
Now to Seaham to see big Tommy. Apparently he was a travelling exhibition but the people of Seaham liked him so much that they raised the 70,000 pounds to buy him and keep him here permanently. Worth every penny.
Finally a pub on the way home - had a couple of Tetley's, not the the tea variety. Did enjoy them and the company - Mary, Marie and Bill.
Tomorrow we head for Ayr on the Scottish coast ...
... buy a day ticket and I said I don't know.. So he got me to sign the back of my ticket, I paid the difference and he gave me a new ticket! How nice. At the Priory there was a little admissions office and the man there gave me some history of the ruins, it was founded in 1119 and most of it is gone now except the east wall, at its suppression in 1540 it was the 4th richest house in England, and helped me figure out my bus! I had a walk around in the rain very slowly ...
... her even though I knew pretty soon that she wasn’t going to find it. No matter, we had plenty of time so I dutifully followed her around the store until I could extract myself without being rude …. and then we used Petty to move on to the next closest Tesco and we were in luck! For the small price of $24 AUD or so I got three 400g tins – well worth it I think, Lyndon didn’t seem to agree.
By this stage we had ...