BEST WESTERN Oaklands Hall Hotel
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... s democracy- not that King John intended to keep his word! The cathedral towers over the town and we were able to get into the library housing medieval documents, walk the cloisters and investigate the chapter house. The surrounding buildings are also very grand especially the bishops house as you would expect! There are lots of interesting things in the countryside too. As I said it is very flat and there are loads of airfields in the area - and in ...
Had a week with Tim and Emilia in West Finchley staying in a lovely Air BnB around the corner from the kids place. Great to see the kids but feeling for Emilia. Another week should bring a little relief we all hope. Visited Hampstead Heath, Camden Markets and down to Surrey to check out the kids new apartment. On Friday, reluctantly left London for Essex - to ...
... car until you reach your destination! To combat this, the vast majority of our journey always takes place at night in the (vain) hope that the kids will sleep! In fairness, with the exception of a toilet stop (usually on the Eurotunnel), they do actually sleep until about 7am. Now, being seasoned euro-trippers, we have the timings bang on as well. By taking a train across the ...
... night, and quite close. Thunder and lightening and lots of rain. Today I went to Church. Technically twice. I had checked the website on Friday, which said Mass was at 0915. I got there to be told it had been moved to 1100 (clearly made this decision later as the newsletter also said the original time) So I walked home. Probably not the best idea in the humidity, but oh well. Returned at 1100 for Mass. Spent ...
... On the drive back to Jonathan and Anne's, we stopped at Sherwood Forest near the village of Edwinstowe, reportedly where Robin married Maid Marian. It was a spur of the moment decision and I'm so glad we went. There were oak trees there, hundreds of years old and when they get to that age they become all gnarly and look like something out of a Grimm's fairy tale. We also saw The ...