Premier Inn Ashford North
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... the moat to the large keep (second part of the castle), The basement level has been decorated like it would have been in medieval times when Henry VIII visited. The upper levels was left more or less in the style created in the 1920's by Lady Baille with a strong French influence. Jo-ann took quite a few pictures of the furniture etc but the kids where more interested in the large "gingerbread" version of the castle built as a Christmas feature. After the castle we walked further into ...
... hot again today at 26o, as it has been all week. We have been lucky with the weather in England. Saturday 20th September A very early start today (5.45am!) in order to catch the train to Brussels. This is a great way to travel, it is such a smooth and quiet ride. One and a half hours later we were in Brussels, how easy is that! Walked to the apartment where our host spent over an hour with us chatting about Brussels and lots else. Apartment is lovely, well appointed and very ...
Whilst I make the trip to San Jose regularly, this will be my first visit to Baguio, the summer capital of The Philippines. Located over 5200 feet above sea level, Baguio crowns the Cordillera Central Mountain Range in the north of Luzon and is much cooler that the lowlands with daytime temperatures around 20 degrees and night time temperatures dropping to around 14 degrees. Rainfall for November is usually much lower than the UK summer ...
The Highbury has a chart on the wall to tell you where to it sit each day. We have been blessed by the company and conversation. The elderly couple this morning were from W.A. and once again we had something other than our faith in common. As a new graduate teacher, in 1980, I was posted to a south west country town as the preschool teacher. John, who we met today had been the Uniting Church minister in Newdegate....where I ...
... Much nicer than the dinner we had last night which had a big lump of stock powder in the middle of my risotto! Food was not great but the waitress was lovely. She is a doll artist and I enjoyed chatting with her so I hope we will keep in touch.
Tomorrow we make our way to london after giving back our van. Only five more nights here and this one is almost finished! Time to get some sleep I think.