The Rochford Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... family: Helvetica, Arial, 'lucida grande', tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 15.3599996566772px; white-space: pre-wrap; background-color: rgb(219, 237, 254);">Subway for lunch, adding England to the list of countries I have had Subway. We passed through Winchcombe, before arriving at our destination: Postlip Farm, a working cattle and sheep farm out of Winchcombe. The Cotswold-y B&B was beautiful, situated on a farm ...
We (I) have decided that our winter challenge is to walk the Thames Path - 180 miles, or thereabouts, from the Thames Barrier in London to the river's source in an unassuming field somewhere in Gloucestershire. This will go someway to satisfying my wanderlust without breaking my promise to husband, Ian, that I will not mention leaving our home for adventure travel until 2016 at least! The Thames is easily accessible from where we live so day trips will be the order of the day.
... business class passengers share the same location but with the slight advantage of a small roped off dog box. Madrid very warm and lively. Lots of tourists, particularly in the large parks and the lunchtime restaurants. We had organised an evening tour of Madrid including a flamingo dinner. It turned out to be the most amazing night of bar crawling with an opera singer. Including a rendition of Waltzing Matilda. Best night for ages ...
... just around the edge. Enjoyed the commentary despite some rude Indians who talked the whole way through it. It is the bicentennial of the ground opening but this is the 3rd oval that they have had. There's a 27 year waiting list to become a member, you can only get membership when someone dies! Hit the souvenir shop and picked up some goodies on the way out of course. Meanwhile I took the long walk to Harrods, felt like such a grown up wandering London on my own! The shops don't ...
... a packed British pub and miraculously, find a large booth in a quiet corner in the back. We created a snug little nest for Gabby on the bench between Ashley and myself. After a long leisurely lunch (Gabby also had lunch), we finally hit our first attraction of the day - The Victoria &Albert Museum. Everyone was tired (what did they do?) so opted to go to the cafe. Ashley was entranced with the idea of a kid's activity bag so she joined me to tour the museum. The bag ...