TripAdvisor Reviews Lady Anne's Stamford
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... coated digestives and a mini Snickers bar along with some fruit (if I can pinch some at brekkie without Lee seeing) and water and that's really plenty. Alicia and Tyler were good enough to trade choice brownies for a Snickers (win-win) so really everything is good with the world.
No photos cause I forgot to take the photo machine and Lee didn't take her phone.
See you tomorrow as I walk to ...
... crazy fools had asked me to conduct the ceremony. It turns out California marriage laws are so liberal that practically anybody can perform a marriage, even me. All I had to do was register as a Minister in an online “church” and I was fully qualified, if a little unprepared. Jennie & Dixon had it all in hand though; they had everything planned which made my role so much easier to play. I just had to read the wedding script and try not to screw everything up. ...
... worked at Westminster Abbey were apparently the leading sculptors of figures.
The Geddington Cross is Still standing, it is the best-preserved of the three survivors. It is unique among the surviving crosses in having a triangular plan, and a taller and more slender profile with a lower tier entirely covered with rosette diapering, instead of the arch-and-gable motif with tracery which appears on both the others; and canopied statues surmounted by a slender hexagonal ...
... dead-end road. I think they were more surprised to see me than I them.
The best food I had in Peru was the trout at Lake Titicaca and the alpaca at the salt pans but I also enjoyed many a chicken meal with the obligatory potatoes. In the Pollo cafés you can get soup, chicken (cooked in a wood oven), chips and salad for the equivalent of around £1.20 and it was delicious. Also delicious was the pan de pasas from the bakery crammed with huge juicy ...
... Westminster Abbey. This is one of two that are left standing today, but that doesn't come as a surprise because it appeared to be built out of sandstone. The church, which was across the street, was also a typical village church.
Back in Rothwell, we stopped at the church and what's known as Jesus Hospital. Both places have historical relevance. Jesus Hospital was built as a poor house back in the 16th century. It was completely self contained, even with a garden in the ...
Other places to stay in Stamford
71 St Martins, Stamford | 3 star hotelfrom $200
101 Waddon Way, Croydon | 4 star hotelfrom $149
- Agree with others. Needs to do much better! Not a good Hilton
- Could Be Better
- Not really living up to the Hilton name
1 Church Lane, Stamford | Hotelfrom $47
4 Lonsdale Road, Stamford | Hotelfrom $33
Casterton Hill, Stamford | Hotelfrom $36
All Saints Place, Stamford | 3 star hotelfrom $133
42 High Street, St. Martins, Stamford | Hotelfrom $133
St Martins, Stamford | Hotelfrom $149