International Hotel Telford
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Today Sissinghurst is also a working farm with cattle, sheep and pigs. The tower built in the 1560s has 78 steps to the top where you get some fabulous views of the gardens. The gardens were created in the 1930s by Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson. Sadly our visit is just a little late in the season so have missed the gardens in full bloom.....I can only imagine how fantastic this could be. Back on the bus for an hours drive to Dover for the ...
... 400 years old. It had a fireplace dated 1675. Lunch was a cheddar and ale chutney baguette, with some chips - yumm. We also called in to a service stop at Beaconsfield, ( this was before lunch) the poms certainly know how to provide for weary travelers. Sissinghurst is a gorgeous garden established in the 1930's byVita Sackville west ...
Today we picked up our motor home, a Pilote Sensation, after having a whistle stop tour and instructions on all the various electronic devises and came away with our heads in a spin! We then zoomed off to our first campsite near Nuneaton doing an average of 12mph. Hopefully not too many frustrated drivers behind us, but in fairness being left hand drive and a vehicle that seemed like 10 times ...
... which worked brilliantly, allowing us to pick each other out from a distance in pitch blackness. It saved us from the fate of several others - "John!..John!" etc. All that was missing for the full festival experience was an "Alan! Alan! ALAN!" The Joggers' gazebo was being warned by the coals of a barbecue (and plenty of ventilation to prevent 21 runners becoming 16). I stood in the glow, topless, pondering my aching muscles. By now I had stopped worrying about my perpetually ...
... and sweated my way back up.
We went to a local pub for for lunch with Joan and Bertie. Joan is nearly 80 and full of life. She really enjoyed having jokes with Tom at my expense and bought him an enormous sundae for his dessert just to see if he could eat the whole thing (he could). She dropped us at the bus stop at the top of the hill so we could start the next leg of our Welsh experience. ...