Longworth Hall Hotel
Travel Blogs from Lugwardine
Pal looked disconsolately at the ewe and her lamb through the fence by Affcot Mill. The ewe eyed him warily, but, as he didn't make any sudden moves, she stood her ground. I realised we'd come the wrong way and we turned around and headed for Strefford. Strefford is cut off to its east by Quinny Brook, which runs across the road. The height gauge suggested it was about 10 inches deep. Pal tried to drain the brook, by taking a drink, but when that failed, we used the ...
... the war, and I really enjoyed it. I was sad to be leaving, so we stayed up really late and watched lots of TV together, but sadly Sunday morning came and I had to return to Germany.
I had SUCH an amazing weekend for my birthday (thank you so much Mummy and Daddy!!), and I'm really glad Mummy and Nana are coming to visit next week, because it has made me miss them even more! I can't wait to be able to spend lots of time with them all over summer! :)
... has been an absolute trooper, putting all the wonderful finishing touches. Poor thing, we asked her to 'help out' and she's ended up with a mammoth task. Such a superstar, can't thank her, and Richard enough. Do of course wish we were there to celebrate such amazing events, but alas, we are not. Hoping everyone will love what is on the menu, and support us ...
... other shops.
Back to the boat with our supplies, where we had a long conversation with a guy called Alan.
We set off at 11am, with the washing machine going. Through Shortwood Tunnel, which was a bit wet, past the picturesque Tardebigge Old Wharf, where Anglo-Welsh have a base, and through Tardebigge Tunnel, which was dry, and parts were hewn out of the rock.
We waited our turn for the water tap at the CRT yard and then proceeded down the ...
... found it.....where did you come from?"
"Uh, up on the trail"
"That should lead you up the driveway!"
"Uh, well, I think we got a little confused....we came through the pasture! By the way....is this fence electrified?"
"Oh heavens, no. It used to be!"
"Thank goodness....Mom? Do you need a boost?"
Some random observations I've been meaning to share:
The English are super friendly....and chatty, which ...