Hobart Hall Hotel
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... made Bardy's odd whimper relatively ok. Watched Finding Nemo twice and Toy Story once. Bardy slept for about 4 hours. We drank beer and wine. Excellent in flight Malaysian food. Train from airport was extremely efficient. Just checked in and put Bardy to bed in his 'tent' in our Hilton King room in Kuala Lumpur (again courtesy of points) and are sipping a drink in silence on the bed 6ft away. The holiday proper begins tomorrow; bright and too early no doubt. ...
... top of the central tower, to be greeted by the full effects of the hurricane's tail. Invigorating to say the least! Even though we had trouble standing upright, the views were amazing!
They are building a scale model of the cathedral out of Lego, and asking people to donate £1 for each brick. So far they have raised £92,000 and have been building for 397 days! It looks like they are about half way through ...
Once in France, we immediately headed east towards Belgium. The GPS sent us down some qaint country roads which weaved through some small villages and farm land. It was a perfect opportunity to see some of the country and get our bearings when driving on the right (or the wrong for us Australians) side of the road. Unfortunately, it was short lived and we were soon driving on the European motor ways.
It took us a while to get used to driving on the right ...
Our one and only rest day - and did we pick it?!
Breakfast is not booked until 9.30am so we get a lie in.
Outside, light rain is falling. It will continue to rain on and off all day and quite heavily overnight.
But we don't care, because we are just spending the day hanging around Easby Hall and its grounds.
But first up - breakfast in the breakfast room. Oh, my goodness.
Freshly sqeezed orange juice and ...
... Deer Park, Henry VIII's once-private hunting park. We saw acres and acres of green open grassy areas where people ran their dogs and joggers sprinted.
We followed the river path about 3 miles and came to Kew Gardens and Kew Palace, the country home of George III and his 15 children. Kew Palace is a modest brick house compared to other palaces and is open for ...