Mercure Salisbury White Hart Hotel
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... Fourthly, huge thanks and gratitude go to Rory Pilkington to whom I mooted this idea over 18 months ago and, along with Becky Simpson's close and meticulous attention, turned the dream into a reality. Bailey Robinson have been simply outstanding in every respect and have earned my whole-hearted and unreserved recommendation of their services. We will be calling on them again. Finally, to my travel companion, my darling wife Jane. This ...
... city. But it lacks the feel of Canterbury, the sense of mission and depth that emanates from the stones there, as Thomas Becket's "red blood and white brains" spread on those same stones, in one contemporary account.
Without digging too deeply into the emotional weirdness of the Middle Ages attachment to gore, the fact that so many generations walked and wandered to Canterbury ...
... Gardens, attending a Routemaster bus day to celebrate the Year of the Bus, touring the Globe Theatre, zipping around on the London Duck and visiting the Natural History Museum left us beyond tired, but both Alan and I have been impressed by all that old London Town has to offer. Isobel and Cameron were thrilled to have talented street performers right near their "home" and I've always thought that Jamaican tin drums are a fine way to start ...
... AND I drive on the right side of the road and by right I mean CORRECT).
You wouldn’t think that by putting the driver on the opposite side of the car
and telling them to drive on the opposite side of the street that you would be
basically rocking their whole world, but it’s true. I’m skipping very far
ahead, but when we arrived at our Bed & Breakfast in Salisbury yesterday,
the first thing the owner (Steve) asked when I ...
... Jesus saw him lying there, and knew that he had already been a long time in that condition, He said to him, 'Do you wish to get well?' The sick man answered Him, 'Sir I have no man to put me into the pool when the water is stirred up, but while I am coming, another steps down before me.' Jesus said to him, 'Get up, pick up your pallet and walk.' Immediately the man became well, and picked up his pallet and began to walk.