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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... by a nice bout of snow. If I wasn't cold before, I certainly was now. But oh well. I walked to the other side of town where I saw the most gorgeous houses ever! I'd love to retire to here...if I could. Which I will. Eventually. It's just so peaceful but fun. Then after a browse at the markets, and with my eyes drooping I came back to London. I'm off to see Hannah and my Bakery Kids crew tonight...if I can stay awake that long! Lisa ...
Today we said more goodbyes to Paul's Chelmsford friends Alex, Penny, Adam, Hanna, Daz, Ellie, Shaun, Chris, Jamie, Hazel and Loz. Later on we headed home and had an evening of family games then more goodbyes to Auntie Maria, Laura, Acacia and Kiaya. Today's photo is of a cuddly Big Ben toy we were given by Hanna and Adam to remind us of home whilst we are ...
... today at Chedburgh. This was to have been my final destination for today, but it is now my objective for a lunch stop. Walking along the road is not particularly stimulating but I continue to feel aligned with the lightness of the day and casually kick conkers.
Succulent leafy life,
Chedburgh Church I am disappointed to find closed despite the sign outside telling me it is open today because of the ...
... Constable. Jackie and I stopped for a coffee and something sweet, Then we joined a guided walk with a docent from The National Trust, who took us to various spots around the mill. She had copies of the paintings that Constable made from those spots. Following along again on the path thru the fields and past the sheep and cows, we arrived at Dedham. Dedham is the quintessential English village. After a drink we determined that ...
... recently changed hands for a whopping £48,000!
Then we carried on to Sutton Hoo, where the buried hull of an enormous Anglo Saxon ship that had lain undisturbed for 1300 years was discovered in 1939, buried under a mound of earth. It is the final resting place of a Saxon warrior, possibly the King of East Anglia who died in AD 625, and was stuffed with a fabulous ...