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... After a 13hr flight we arrive at Gatwick Airport, pick up our PRIORITY luggage (lucky luggage) for our onward journey to York; not bad timing as we landed at Gatwick at 7am and were at home dead on 11am.
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... with that of missionary bishop to the East Saxons. In 664, shortly after the Synodof Whitby, in which he was a key participant, St. Cedd died of the plague atLęstingau. Bede records that a party of monks from Essex came to mourn him and all but one were all wiped out by the plague. Cedd was first buried outside the wooden monastery but, at some time between 664 and 732, a stone church was erected, and his ...
... idea they were going to be there. We thought that we were going to meet up with them the following day. But wow what a greeting the kids gave us it was brill to see them all.....We had filled one of our suitcases with presents for them all and it was like Christmas all over again when we dished the presents out. Leanne made us all a hot lunch and after the girls had cleared up and the family had left we were on our own to get over the Jet lag. Thank you girls for giving ...
... Pub and Hotel. This pub is about 300 years old and the only one in England named Queen Catherine. It was of keen interest when William and Catherine were married because one day Catherine will be Queen and the pub and hotel will gain notoriety.
They were offering a "Pensioner's Special" so we all took advantage of it and were even treated to a pot of tea after the meal. Sometimes it pays to be old!
... off to the mandatory safety drill. In case of the need to abandon ship
we are now well placed, we have woolly hats and special cases which allow both
iphone and ipad to operate underwater.
Before dinner we squeezed in a trip to the theatre to see a
performance by the band of the Welsh Guards who later put on a marching display
in the quay prior to our departure.
At dinner I sat next to a lady from Ripon and Jo to an
American man who ...