The Harrow Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the way home from London, but we always seemed to be nearby outside of the opening or closing time. Now with a little time off following his deployment, we could dedicate a day to making the journey.
We have seen plenty of castles and palaces by this point living abroad, yet this one felt different. The perimeter of the castle grounds had been dug deep and wide for a moat long ago. After ...
... the recommendation from a friend, colleague, and fellow Travel Pod user, so you, my family and friends can, if you wish, follow my journey round Europe.
I've plotted out the rough route I would like to take, which I hope you can all see on here. (This blog thing is all a bit new to me!) I am sure once I hit the open road things will change. I'll find places that I want to spend more than just a night, and I'll find place ...
We woke up to sunshine and a fantastic view of Uig Bay. Nothing better than sitting up in bed with a cup of tea and a book looking out on a spectacular view! The showers were basic but clean and although they were push button the water was nice and warm. I went back later to the loo and I found that I was being serenaded by piped Classical music whilst Neil had Abba. Not wishing to distress any sensitive souls, I felt ...
... Then we were met by the captain who informed us that they were having mechanical problems, so they were going to walk us out through the vehicle entrance. After two elevator rides and a short bus ride, we were at the Cosmos coach to meet our driver and tour director.
Mihallea is our tour director. She is Romanian and speaks five languages. It makes me really feel like I'm slacking in that department! She is very nice with bright red hair and funky clothes. ...
... us back at the church in a few minutes. When she arrived she was carrying a file full of information that she had collected about the Boorman family and a binder of information about the cemetery. Anita Thompson is her name and she was part of a group of people in the Staplehurst Historical Society who transcribed the monument inscriptions in the cemetery some twenty years ago, in the evenings so they could shine a flashlight on the ...