Kilworth House Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... our usual and we contemplate the day. It is a stunning day and we take advantage of the weather and do a load of washing which we can actually hang outside! Jan packs a picnic lunch and we head off to Holyhead and the beach. We are meeting Tom their son off the ferry from Ireland. He is going on to Liverpool to act in some boating drama where he has to walk the plank and fall in a river - very realistic! Jan and Eddy have offered ...
... filling just fell out through old age and minimal drilling is required so I bravely resist an injection. It's all over in 10 minutes, no pain and a great result although we are £120 poorer. We drive back to their place along a different route past some magnificent homes. Pete has packed up the car in readiness for our departure and we have a last minute coffee, wander round their back garden, view the shed, take photos and take our leave before lunch ...
... s few disabled people to check out how wheelchair friendly etc the town was. How impressive - I wonder if Trina would think about doing that in Tumut??? We reach the tourist centre, passing a very interesting sand sculpture of Richard etc. and make our way around the museum. It is absolutely fascinating - I normally whizz around museums but this one was just too well done and interesting not to linger and read both about ...
After this we visited the materials lab and then the impact testing centre. In materials, they are investigating new super strength lightweight materials, like carbon fibre, that can be used in aviation, motorsport etc. The impact testing centre is responsible for crash testing of all the Formula 1 vehicles as well as many other applications. Finally, we visited the energy building ...
... This was Taybrite. We are not sure yet which are the better brands to buy. There was a very friendly dog there who kept coming on board our boat, and Hazel had to push him away to stop him going down inside where he would have met Hugo.
We caught up with Tamara in time to share the three Calcutt Locks with them. At Napton Junction we both turned right onto the Oxford Canal.
We moored by bridge 109, and Tamara carried on. We went for a short walk to have lunch ...