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Had a brilliant time. Relaxed in the Holiday Inn and took Faith swimming whilst Sarah sat with Isla. Had a lovely evening meal with the Ipswich Adams family. We then visited Orford on Thursday. Lunched at the Jolly sailor. Lovely food and lovely hospitality. Well lloked after, dog wise and children wise. Nice stay at the Kings head. Sad to leave but looking forward to next get together.
We are staying at the Chudleigh Guest house. Very nice, but the heights of the stairways are a challenge for Dave at times. (He has hit his head a few times at various places, poor thing.) we ate breakfast at the Chudleigh and headed off to see Uncle Dick. He is staying at a nursing home in Great Bromley, very close to his farm. He looked quite well and it was a pleasure to chat with him. His mind is still very sharp of ...
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“I wandered everywhere, through cities and countries wide. And everywhere I went, the world was on my side.”
... to dig their way through this incredibly hard rock! Must have taken them hundreds of years to dig out these mines, in this day and age it would have only taken one day to dig all that out! Rievalulx abbey -the old ruins of a place run by monks hundreds of years ago. Beautiful carvings in the stone still remain. Unfortunately the lovely hand stained window glass was confiscated by the king in the 16th ...
... for superbly with 3 course meals always starting with a g & t of course! Our travels have introduced us to many dogs – here’s Jack (friend Margaret’s dog). Aldeburgh is a seaside town famous for its tribute to composer Benjamin Britten.
Sunday afternoon we tripped up to Southwold, another seaside
town where AP’s niece Lou lives (this ...
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