Northop Hall Country House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a perfect opportunity to grow closer with friends and in my faith.
Another great thing that has happened in the past few weeks is birthday celebrations. Kirstie turned 21 and we spent the week celebrating her awesomeness. On her birthday, we watched Despicable Me 2 and eat a cake that was shaped like a minion. Ben called Alexa, Kirstie, and I the minions and we have definitely identified with that. We look ...
... open invites to half the world. I discovered Emma has some surprises in her bag of tools and is far better at adversity than she gives herself credit for, none of those tools have anything to do with navigation, she's terrible at that. She discovered that i'm as equally impatient as she thought I was. We did it, and together, there's no one else I could spent everyday of a year with. Our highlights aren't exhaustive, and some are because of the little ...
... tour from Kenya to Zimbabwe * go to South America and get back on my original track Whatever step I took had to tie in with being in San Diego at the end of March to meet my friend Kate for our Pacific Coast Highway drive up to San Francisco. I finally decided to head over to the States a little earlier than Katie and found a good deal with Icelandair who offer upto 7 days stopover in Reykjavik when flying to North America. So that was it, decision made. Next Stop: ...
... have travelled extensively prior to this, mainly throughout Asia backpacking.
So, here we are in the camper embarking on day one of what will be about a three month trip, travelling down .through France, heading for the quite beaches of Spain and Portugal in search for sunshine, beautiful beaches, good surf, and lots of nice wine, beer and food . Oh, and of course TENNIS BALLS ...
... and was well worth the visit. It has a museum with the history of the village and the factory, a church built especially for the workers, a pub and the Lever Gallery which was built in memory of his wife. It is packed with rare and priceless objects and has three of the four complete Wedgewood fireplaces in the world.
Pictures are on the way.