- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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All packed and ready to go by 11.00 a still left a little late. No trouble on the roads and swift service for lunch in the pub so arrived in good time at the parking. Good service as usual and through check in without issue. No question about the skis, boots or hand bags. Bumped into Jim Humphries in the check in queue, pleased they are not headed to our resort - the sauna could have been ...
... next week... Got to see most sights of Bristol, and the suspension bridge. Beautiful city to say the least. I'm grateful to be here. I've no idea where I'm meant to be, and I figure, I'll let things happen and see where life takes me. I'm not in a rush anymore. I'll end up somewhere sometime... Right now, today, that's Birmingham to see my precious little niece and nephew! I miss you all. And I'm ready for some familiar ...
... wellies with dogs in tow. Interesting produce..lots of Brussel sprouts and home made pies and cheeses.
i found a supermarket that does home deliveries which saved me lugging too much up hill again
the weather?? Well in a word...cold,as you would expect. But I have a warm jacket,scarf,gloves and hat and the house is warm...so all good!
Not too too sure about British TV though...hard to ...
... Copper Scandal...and the story was just about to break. The long and short of it was that a Japanese Trader at Sumitomo Bank - a certain Mr. Hamanaka, had been manipulating the Copper market. Everyone knew that something was up and with this in mind I'd been sent to Tokyo with one of our London Brokers to go and see some of the traders there and report back on what was going on. It was an interesting week, I seemed to be like the Grim Reaper knocking on doors. ...
... of the village of Raglan in the county of Monmouthshire in south east Wales. The modern castle dates from between the 15th and early 17th-centuries, when the successive ruling families of the Herberts and the Somersets created a luxurious, fortified castle, complete with a large hexagonal keep, known as the Great Tower or the Yellow Tower of Gwent, surrounded by parkland, water gardens and terraces. During the English Civil War the castle was held ...