The Old Bell Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... day they looked very orderly -- as were the secret plans that kept Hughenden safe from German bombs in the '40s.
I met Avis over 25 years ago when we were both teaching at Trevelyan Middle School in Windsor. Another long and rich friendship!
Later, lunch at the Thatched Tavern in Ascot with uncle Michael and Sue... always a treat in any season.
Washington Earth Sangha friends, Ewen and Cynthia, visited for a day on a short trip from ...
I waited around in the airport for about 5 hours until I boarded my final flight. When I got on, it was extremely quiet, I had a row to myself, as well as the rows surrounding me! The flight was so quiet, it was easy to sleep as everyone had a row to lie down on. I watched a few films, had some naps and are the food and drink that was brought to me. It may have been ...
Here we are in Malmesbury, the "Queen of the hilltop towns" and reportedly the place of the oldest continuous settlement in England. King Athelstan died here in 709 and was buried in the Abbey, which is virtually next door to where we are staying in a home exchange organised by Trish and Ray.
It's an old house, over three levels and quite comfortable despite its plumbing issues.
We all love Malmesbury. The ...
... Anyways we returned home to let our mums know about our plans. For any of you who know our mums (we are very much mummy and daddy's little girls) this was a bit of a surprise leading to our mums instantly getting on google, firing ridiculous questions and asking about the sensible things such as insurance (is this for our safety or merely the aspect of a potential payout???). Due to our imposing trip we are also pleased to ...
... I performed manual tasks, visited friends, had some amazing parties, a great christmas and two holidays that taught me much more than a holiday ever should and that I will love and remember forever. Maybe it was the company I was with. Who knows. And in between all of this I was thinking. Every day was racked and tallied with thoughts, things learnt, crossed off, accomplished, decided. The freedom I had whilst working this job, to openly and constantly contemplate my future was ...