Mill Forge Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Was very upsetting to see the sad faces of friends and family and is definitely the hardest part of our journey but now off to Bangkok with Jamie for 3 nights before settling down in Sydney for a couple months. Managed to get a Yo! Sushi before rushing to the gate to depart. Flight was better for me than Jamie.. He was unfortunate to sit next to someone who was coughing every ...
... stop at my current home. The Almshouse remains had a unique way of displaying recovered artifacts. (An idea for Marnie who has been finding stuff on their farm.)The Custom house didn't look like much but I decided to go upstairs. Well worth the trip to see this beautiful plaster ceiling. Tools of the woollen trade were interesting. There was a good video of information about Exeter. Annabelle had suggested ...
... and can trace how they died by the markings left eg arrow to the back of the head or stab to the pelvis because shield was used to protect face and not long enough to protect both face and pelvis.
Today Mel and I went to the National Rail Museum checking out the Flying Scotsman and bringing our childhood Thomas the Tank engine track to life. Pictures are better than words. So many ...
... GPS? No thanks, we brought our own, newly update with UK, Spain, Portugal and Morocco maps............... which once on the road we found did not work! Great! We agreed to drive, steering well away from London, until we found a petrol station.
Thank goodness for obliging cabbies..... this one not only confirmed the route on our paper map but fixed Tom Tom! Yay! Three hours up the road after a very quick road stop for a snack we found our lovely Manor farm ...
... and make you feel like a cast member in Oliver Twist! And the sun sets between 8-10pm; how amazing is that? (If you don't need to get an early sleep?!) So i was able to experience the underground, the overground AND the red double decker buses! After a much needed sleep, the next morning I took the district line to Victoria Station and then walked to the Victoria coach station where I grabbed a ticket to Brighton for 12pounds. I missed out on the 6pound bus! ...