Premier Inn Silverstone
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After our lovely long weekend - rounded off with a Saturday night barbecue at Lucy and Dean's, a leisurely Sunday roast at the Albion in Islington with Jon and Lisa and a very civilised garden party chez nous on the Monday with Saska - work has come calling.
But fortunately my job comes with perks and ...
... ice cream. We were told right! So GOOD! I had "Bailey's and Sweet Cream" (my mom would like that flavor a lot). After that we found the Alice Shop! It was closed too but at least now I know where it is!
The walk home was amazing. It was so beautiful outside. The perfect temperature and the sun was out! The church bells were ringing. It was so peaceful and beautiful and I felt so luck to be here experiencing all of this.
... of course was a huge hit.
Earlier in the week Brad and I had a day out in London, shopping and catching up with friends. I had a lovely lunch with Wendy, a great opportunity to have a good gossip without any children in tow. Next time we see Wendy will be at the christening of her twins - Louisa and Cecily - our two goddaughters, so no doubt it will be difficult to chat in between chasing one of the girls or Benjamin.
Our decision to leave the Isle of Man before the end of the TT race week was made almost a year ago when we booked our accommodation and ferry tickets. And, while we may have allocated our time differently with more experience, the arrangement worked well and provided the advantage of allowing us to attend a round of the MotoGP at Silverstone on our way back to London. We had heard that the Silverstone circuit had ...
It was nice to finally see Oxford, but we'll have to say, Cambridge is much nicer. We did make it a point to see our friend Raphe's college at Oxford: Balliol. We climbed a 127-step tower in an old church, enjoyed a great lunch and then continued our trek to Bath, site of the old Roman bath.