Ingon Manor Hotel Golf & Country Club
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... children, and Adam has to exchange the Porsche for a more family friendly car, we thought we should take the Boxster on a road trip. We decided we would like to spend our first anniversary in Lake Como and have planned our Europe road trip around this. The trip will take just over two weeks and we will visit Belguim, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Austria and The ...
... northerly route via Monmouth, M5, M42, M40 and were confronted with a constant downpour, as if driving constantly within the rainy front. One particular lorry submerged the car in a swamp of water - total wet-out and 'this could be the end of the world as we know it'. We survived 4+ hours of rainy driving to return to a damp Syresham and a cold cottage.
B and H went the obvious route via M4, M25, M26, M20, M2 and home, arriving in bright sunshine! The moral of this ...
Yet another glorious sunny warm morning. Special treat as it is our last morning before having to go to the airport - went to Sharon's for a wonderful breakfast of eggs, hash browns corned beef hash and toast, with endless mugs of lovely coffee. the diet ...
Woke up this morning fresh. Sadness of the mammoth trip coming to an end hadn't quite sunk in. Went down to the Penis Museum after having breakfast out of tea cups and spoons, like a hybrid British traveller. A strange place the penis museum, so many penises from a sperm whale's which was taller than me to a mouse which had to be viewed through a magnifying glass and everything in between. Glad to be out of ...
... ancestry. Being a bit of an ancestry buff, I had plenty to tell him about my ancestors' shena****ns and how they ended up on our shores. He seemed genuinely fascinated.
Apparently Shakespeare was quite fearful that his mortal remains will be moved long after he was gone so he penned the following poem before his demise:
Good friend, for Jesus' sake forbear, | To dig ...