Leicester Stage Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... There is also a yacht club, but not many were out today. Swimming isn't allowed. The reservoir covers a surface area of 72 acres, and holds 204.6 million gallons.
We returned home for me to do washing, Sue finish mowing lawn etc.
Just as we were considering the evening meal Vanessa, next door neighbour came and invited us to enjoy a drink with her and husband Martin in their back garden, which we did, then returned home for our meal.
... maintained. Passed by a farm where there were sheep I'd never seen before, Jacob Sheep. Wanting to know more I Googled Jacob Sheep which I thought interesting, so you can do the same if you wish.
Most of tonight's meal came out of Sue's garden: courgettes/zucchini, tomatoes, beans, peas, apples, to which she added potatoes, ham, and yoghurt with the stewed apples - all ...
... had last seen in Hanoi 9 months ago, had arranged a house-sit for us in an archetypal American home looking after a lovely, easy-going dog, Summer. The house we were watching had a big kitchen with a window seat looking out over the street, more rooms than we could ever use and a nice little garden with plum trees and lemons. Summer (the dog) was so pliant and friendly that taking her out for a walk around the Berkeley suburbs was the best start/end to our long ...
... dinner later that evening and headed back to the lodge, but first we had to find somewhere to eat! There were 3 pubs in Greetham however the one we wanted to eat at was booked out. We hightailed it back to the lodge to work out dinner arrangements and Piglet and Rob had arrived.After much snorting and squealing between Beaver and Piglet , we got inside to find that our travelling companion, wee Austrian Beaver had been fashioned a lovely high vis outfit by Mummy Moll ...
... dash across half the country to Rutland and a triangular building which was built to stick it to the Protestants. It was a monument to the Trinity but appeared on official records as a house associated with a rabbit warren. Appears rabbit farming was widely done in Tudor times.
A most interesting place.
With back roads yet to be explored it was off to Kirby Hall, a ...