Grange Moor Hotel
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Harvester continental breakfast and making the decision where to go next. Ian picked Leeds castle via the Wilmington Long Man and Battle (near Hasting). It only took about 330 minutes to get to Wilmington and it was quite warm in the car. But once we got out of the car the wind was freezing even if it was mostly blue sky. The best view of the Long …
... this was one of the coolest and a place that we could actually dream about settling down in as well since it was the size of a small estate home. Unfortunately, Matthew's going to need to dream about that large dowry as well if he plans on fixing it up!
We also had time to catch a falconry demonstration and watched as the falconers brought out a Kestrel, Snowy Owl, and Harris Hawk for the ...
... walked over to look at the studios and then walked like normal people while Andrina took a photo of us. After we had finished we remembered that Lords is close by, so started to wander towards it. About 2 minutes into the walk I noticed the clouds were getting a wee bit dark and a few drops of hail had started to drop, 2 seconds later and we were in the middle of a decent hail storm! We sheltered under a tree (which worked well against the hail) but unfortunately the hail turned ...
... enjoyable afternoon - the kids managed to rope in a few of the adults and an Italian boy for soccer and Annabel entertained us with some singing. It was a great chance to catch up and everyone had a great time. We went our separate ways around 3.30pm and we walked through Regent Park towards Madame Tussaud's. The kids had really looked forward to going to the wax museum so were very excited and really enjoyed it. Of course Simon and I recognized most of the older stars and ...
... bed in the camper, so it can be a cheap trip for you, and I'm sure I will be glad of the company! Whatever happens, its all going to be an exciting life changing experience for me!
I will do my best to keep you all updated, but I plan on spending a lot of time staying overnight in Aires (free motorhome stop off points throughout Europe), and I am sure they wont have any wifi!
My plan is to go for 3-4 months, but ...