Home Farm Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Italian Lakes.
Having read about Gran Paradiso national park early on in the trip I'd bookmarked it as a 'go if possible' I felt I needed just one more taste of fresh air, solitude and wilderness and I'm really pleased I did go because it was lovely. It's near Aosta, close to the border with France and accessed through a small Alpine village at 1545m called Cogne. They had a massive tarmac park for Campers and I was the only one in it. I took a day's hike into the park and ...
after a week long of 21st birthday celebrations, leaving dos and saying goodbye to loved ones..my journey finally begins! very emotional morning saying goodbye to mum and dad, brother and his girlfriend and my cousins..still trying to get over the fact that it's real! soo many different emotions!! excitement and nerves being the main ones! goodbye England! see you next ...
... when Elvis lived there. He achieved so much is his relatively short life, you just have to see all his awards & gold discs.
Ooh how spooky, as I am typing this they have just advertised 'Joanna Lumley: Elvis & Me' on ITV (04.11,15) - showing her at Graceland. I must remember to watch it!!
Anyway back on track, I do wonder what else Elvis would have achieved had he lived.
There are loads of other top moments from the holiday, as you would have seen in ...
... home, I was craving pizza as I didn't have any whilst away. Mum has just informed me it is roast pork tomorrow, thank goodness no chicken, lol!!
Feeling shattered but going to try & stay awake to watch Strictly then go to bed, at least we get an extra hour in bed tonight as the clocks go back.
Had a brilliant holiday & met some great people, will do a summary blog tomorrow when I am more ...
... The Royal Albert Memorial Museum "Home to a million thoughts" was nice. The textured oils by Alan Cotton were beautiful.
The FanZone had big screens for fans to watch the Rugby World Cup. Between games there was live music today. I caught the Live Jacks, a jive-jazzing group. Later the 20 piece Locked Horns played some show tunes. Their finale was "New York, New York". One woman commented that she had never seen anyone take a picture of the loo before. ...