Premier Inn Chippenham
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All packed and ready to go by 11.00 a still left a little late. No trouble on the roads and swift service for lunch in the pub so arrived in good time at the parking. Good service as usual and through check in without issue. No question about the skis, boots or hand bags. Bumped into Jim Humphries in the check in queue, pleased they are not headed to our resort - the sauna could have been ...
... s no snow like you are all getting, so it's not too bad! And helps I'm naturally always warm! People can't seem to figure out where I'm from! I don't sound quite right, and the tan is confusing apparently!! When asked where I was from, and said Canada " oh wow, I wouldn't of guessed that you don't look white!" Hahaha ;) it's been a time! Churches and everything here, is just old and fantastic! Sunday evening I met a ...
... but another stout called Corvus. We can both report that it is an excellent substitute for Guinness and is well worth the price.
Off to the cottage tomorrow.
Congratulations to Viv who has finally decided to retire. Make sure you sting Julia for everything you are entitled to. The good lord knows you and all other workers have been stung by her and all the other pollies for years.
... morning coffee overdose, but more likely sheer fear-induced adrenaline, my legs were jelly until we reached the safety of our next amusement - mini golf.
Mini golf proved to be a game of patience. The course was packed with avid putters of all ages and most of them were completely rubbish. The majority of our golfing spell was taken up waiting for people to finish offending the greens with their below-par skills (pun intended) so that we could tackle the next hole. ...
... are very cute! We then drive to Lacock, a gorgeous UNESCO protected old town with narrow winding streets, quaint tea rooms and warm cosy pubs. We have lunch here, I ordered a Ploughman's, and expecting a sandwich (that's what it is back home), get pickles and hunks of cheese, quite a surprise!! We stop to have a look at Lacock Abbey, where some of Harry Potter was filmed. We then drive back to her house, where I am staying for the next 4 ...