Gipsy Hill Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Sarah awoke way before the two alarms we had set and made the wake tea then into the shower, got dressed and when both of us were ready we locked up our room and again across the road to get the shuttle bus to Gatwick. It was then we met our first Hurtigruten travellers a couple of ladies from Jersey! We think travelling companions they also were up much early than expected. A short trip to the airport and we are then in search of ...
Bob picked us up on time ready to go to St David's station where we had a lovely latte and Olaf made a quick appearance to have his photo taken. The train was on time and so our adventure begins...... We arrived at Reading and it was wifely off one train, swap platforms and right onto the train going to Gatwick. All on time and now the next stop would be the airport. We got to Gatwick and decided to maybe walk to the hotel but making our way out of the South Terminal we ...
Hello and welcome to my New Zealand travel blog!
I am new to blogging and so can not make any promises as to the quality or frequency of these blog posts - I will probably forget within a few days of being there - but I have the best of intentions (which is what counts right?). The idea behind this blog is twofold; firstly I hope they will allow family and friends, and anyone else who's nosy/interested, to track our progress around ...
... and finally once I got to Hillhead I managed to loose the dog's extendable lead. The bird feeder can be retrieved when I drive back along the Dorset coast, but the glove and the lead are gone for ever!
I have also been having major woes with technology. I have an old Sony e-reader and I decided to buy several books in anticipation of going to Spain. The purchase on line went smoothly but I just couldn't get it to download onto the ...
Drove across Bodmin Moor to the pub called "Jamaica Inn," scene of the novel by Daphne Du Maurier. The pub was built as a coaching house in 1750. We looked at the museum , partly about the authoress and partly about Cornish smuggling through the years, the subject of the book. I had read almost all Daphne's books years ago, when I lived in Plymouth, but still ...