The Kings Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... pipes and drips and surrounded by doctors, nurses and consultants, he looked a mess, the consultant told me Derrick was in a bad way and had cerebral malaria, malnutrition, low blood pressure, low sugar levels, low blood count, memory loss, dehydration, it was the worst case of malaria he had ever seen and the person still alive (but somewhere along the line Derrick had died)
Derrick remained in intensive care for 3 days, he had no idea where he was, who he was, at one ...
Everyone woke up feeling in reasonable shape after a few hectic days. We had a bit of a late start and I copped a dirty look every time that they announced Cockfosters over 1MC (pa system for civilians) on the tube. I don't think that I will ever eat curry again as old mate next to me reeked of the ****. We had a walk down to Buckingham Palace and I must say that the Poms don't do things by halves. We then popped ...
... us up the hill, to the henge. It was really cool. There is nothing up there but these massive rocks, the rest of the field was bare. Unfortunately, on the day tours you cant walk among the stones, you have to stay on the pathway, which is about 20 meters back. The sunset and sunrise tours allow visitors to walk amount the rocks, but I needed to book much earlier so I missed out on that. There is an eerie feeling to stone henge. It is such a quiet place, even ...
... way home we drove to the top of Clee Hill which is apparently the highest point between here and the Urals. We can see it from our patio. The landscape was quite dramatic. Very wild and rugged and scarred with the remains of quarrying and quarry buildings. The sun is out so we are hoping we have seem the last of the rain and that normal service will be resumed ...
... Peter you would be interested in this fella. You know one of the interesting little asides we did , was to go and see Plas Newydd which was home to the 18th century lesbians of Lady Eleanor Butler & Sarah Ponsonby, aka The Ladies of Llangollen , pronounced Glanglothlan. Is that right Cheryl? The home had been transformed from the Gothic house they had lived in to a mock Tudor house by the next owner which was a big disappointment as it was very heavy ...