Park House Hotel
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... It was great spending time with you all.
just added a couple of pictures of Wells beach. Been coming here for years and still love it. Another reason we enjoyed coming home.
We've had a fantastic three months and seen so much, a real adventure. Once in a lifetime? It wouldn't surprise me if we went back, there's so much to see. We'll have to save some more money ...
... the whole time and is exhausted. We are staying with Jackie and Peter Shaw who are Ron and Abi's friends who came over to stay with them last October so I became friends with them then. Their house is lovely and we all went out to dinner to their local Indian restaurant which was really yummy and then we just came home and relaxed. Tomorrow we will go the March meeting and then we will drive to Cambridge and then back to Croyden for a night then Paris on ...
Eileen has come home with lots of ideas about how to involve her school in what she has heard and seen.
As we will sleep each night and get up each morning I hope we will continue to remember and pray for all of the children we met in the Home of Joy and those at Ta Om, the Farm of Jesus and Prek Toal and all of the people supporting them there.
... from the other side of the River Great Ouse at West Lynn. The Ferry also provides a convenient service for commuters and shoppers who wish to avoid travelling and parking in the town centre.
... the prior and 16 monks. The site was robbed of much of its carved stone and flint.
Today the priory site is in ruins. On the grounds can be seen the remains of the early 12th century church and its nave, side aisles, the quire, the transepts, and the lady chapel. Parts of the cloister, domestic buildings, and chapter house are visible. To the south-east are the ruins of the infirmary and a two storey prior’s lodgings.