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9. Our wine/jacuzzi evening in Yosemite View Lodge
This was my favourite evening of the whole holiday - despite following what was the most stressful hour or so of the whole holiday (getting petrol after our journey to Glacier Point!) We all got pizzas (though I had to go back and change mine). We ate, chilled and chatted, listening to the river, on our balcony. We blogged and watched some TV. Lucy and I drank wine. We all had dips in ...
Lots of you have been asking for a blog for our trip and here it is!
did say we weren't sure it would be that interesting or entertaining
but you all said to do it anyway so you only have yourselves to blame
when you get bored :)
Not too sure what else to write
for a first post so, in the unlikely event that you've managed to avoid
us going on and on about this, here is the plan:
... Club site just down the road from Petworth, West Sussex. It's a nice site, but spoilt by the placement of water taps and facilities, lugging a full toilet cassette through wooded paths, stumbling over tree roots is not my idea of fun!
After leaving Graffam we went to Ebernoe which is just north of Petworth to surprise our friends in the rally club we belong to, who were rallying there. Whilst here we bought our ...
... tea I'm now sat in ELC ready for the concert. It seems that there is chaos out on the Arena floor with young girls getting squashed against the pit barrier and the crowd moshing through the drapes into the recovery area. I wandered over to the medical room for a toilet break and it was standing room only so I hurried away again. Still, it seems everyone survived with only one to hospital. When I eventually got them all out of the med centre I was able to settle down on the sofa for the ...
... as England's Versailles and it is easy to see why. An entire day could've been spent wandering its halls, but we only had a few minutes in each of its exhibits. Some of the particular sights included a functioning medieval kitchen, Henry VIII's apartments and the Royal Chapel, where kings and queens have worshipped for hundreds of years. The Royal Bedchamber was made an exhibit of particular uniqueness as it was where the king and queen would call ...