Milebrook House Hotel
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We've had a fantastic year and been away for over 20 weeks, to places such as the Caribbean, Madeira, Italy, Cornwall, The Lakes, Cycling C2C, Northumberland, North & Mid-Wales, Peak District and the South Coast. The weather has been brilliant (except for C2C), and now we are following the sun to Australia and Thailand to visit Kath and Ian and their family and meet up with Kate and Matt- you can come too, via this ...
4am....isn't there a TED talk all about 4 o'clock in the morning being the most unseemly hour-when things just go from bad to worse. Our day started at 4am. The Oktoberfest revelers were just heading home from their night and we were off to the airport. The announcement came 10 mins before boarding-Fog in Amsterdam-1 1/2 hour delays...so after delays on the Tarmac and in the ...
... I managed to drag myself away from Julie and was on the road (armed with her A to Z map) by 10:30. With Julie's directions and my GPS sorted I headed for Devil's Bridge. Took only one wrong turn and was corrected by the GPS ! Decided that I wouldn't walk down to see the falls as I didn't like the look of all the steps back up. Stopped to have a cream tea - as you do - then off to drive through The Snowdonia National Park. Absolutely stunning scenery but not ...
Touched down to a bleak looking day but it was only 6:45am. Through customs pretty quickly using my EU passport and the smart chip and on to collect my "Business Tagged" bag that was waiting on the carousel. Bought a sim card for my phone but as my phone battery is completely flat had the guy install it but not sure if it will work! My original plan was to get to Gatwick where I had booked a nights accommodation and then to pick up a hire car that I had also pre-booked. ...
... all the alcoves and hideaways.
There were lots of little shops, each with a particular theme. Some sold Portmeirion dinnerware, another specialized in books, you could buy souvenirs, and there were lots of places to eat, big and little restaurants and tea shops.
The brochure mentioned a half-hour train ride around the grounds.
We gathered at the "station" and a short time later, the train showed up.