The Rochford Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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.
Security high at London airport this morning. Long early train trip across London. Nice to have coffee and chillax before the flight to Madrid. Shopped for treking gear for Den as he was too sick before we left. He is a little better but still has cough. Delay at the airport meant that we are squished and hot. Generally people are very patient with the delay and resigned to the inevitable The waiting area is a door way to the ...
... Vaughan's first foray into Vietnamese cuisine and asked me to order for him, which probably wasn't the best idea since I had only read about what food was favoured in Vietnam rather than what Vaughan might actually eat.
He ended up getting the biggest bowl of broth with every imaginable meat in it (rather than what we assumed was the selection you could choose from) and some meat that we didn't recognise which Vaughan wisely ...
... scones. Of course, with jam and cream.
- "Fireball" no longer just refers to cinnamon flavoured whisky. We found large, black, steel balls that had motifs cut out of them. The idea is you fill them with a fire, add a few marshmallows and you have yourself a pleasant evening. I suppose Dad would argue that with some ...
About 100 metres beyond the entrance to the airport heading away from town is a monument and set of sculptures depicting the story of the Mindoro landings. The sculptures are copper laid over plaster and surround a monument with the following inscription translated from tagalog.
"To the seashore of San Jose came the Visayan Attack Force.This was divided into the Mindoro attack group under Admiral Arthur D. Struble, the ...