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 ...
... programmes we watch the most, I do worry for them. I'll miss my dog Spencer too, he's my best buddy and the poor thing won't have a clue what's happening. Anyway, debating whether to sleep now, or stay up all night enough to collapse on the plane for a couple of hours. All in all, i'm ready (with my factor 50 of course) for Sydney, Bondi beach and endless blue sea, surf and barbies.
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 ...
... up early every day for a while.
After our massive meal on Saturday night we thought we had better get a little exercise and fresh air, so off we went to the Rothschild’s country manor – Waddleston Manor House, one of the National Trust homes. What a splendid place, built relatively recently in the mid 1800s. Tulips abounded in their gardens and it was also strangely a display day for all Fords, so the kids were delighted with looking ...
Not sure what this is but it looks like the the front door has been bricked up to trap something in.....
No, it is not leaning, I was when it took the picture.
This picture is taken from the top of Oxford's oldest building, the tower at St Michael at the North gate. Built in 1040 and named in the domesday ...