Days Inn Winchester M3
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I thought there was only one of these, but there are many, including the giant man at Cerne Abbas.
We have certainly seen the changing of the season here in England. We arrived with daffodils in full bloom, magnolias out in all their splendour and crocus everywhere. Hedges in the countryside looked dead and in need of perhaps removal. Well, almost overnight the hedges started to green up, the daffodils finished and rhododendrons started to bloom, while the camellias were ...
... medical care in her last days. I was surprised to find out she was only 41 given her volume of works. We've arranged a rental car tomorrow so plan on heading up to the Cotswolds via Oxford. We'll stay up there at least 1 night - possibly 2, before circling back to Whitchurch via Bath. I am hoping to also visit Hidcote (garden) but kids less ...
... Headed back for nap. After nap when to Buckingham Palace, St. Jame's Park to enjoy the flowers and wildlife, walked to the Thames River and the Parliament Building. Had great gelato at a little shop not far from the B&B. Unusual flavors (chocolate with hazelnut, toffee with peanuts) and Danielle had a white chocolate with cherries. YUM! Headed back for the evening. An overcast chilly day. But at least no rain. We still managed 10.45 ...
... wonderful must have items from ebay and then etsy, and finally my Hello Fresh box (provides 3 meals, recipes, and ingredients to cook. rather clever and fun to try new things). And Wednesday is my fish monger day as well. My front door should have been on automatic open yesterday. I can see me getting older and older and never stepping a foot outside the door as the world is brought to me. The potential is there. I just love the ...
... it but then we kept having rain and more rain and more rain and now for three days there have been no golfers. I imagine that it is so wet and muddy that the course has been closed because the golf cleats could probably tear up the grounds pretty badly. There is a sand trap near our first hole and right now, it is a water feature.
So the golf course is empty and I rather miss the golfers. They come in all sizes and shapes ...