Quality Hotel Bury St. Edmunds
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... T-shirt, listening to music on his mobile phone. It seems to capture the diversity of my experiences in South Asia. From the spiritual and ancient to the modern and secular. I have seen the fish markets of the Indian Ocean and tea plantations in Sri Lanka, the Hindu temples and waterways of South India and the wonderful mountains and people of Nepal. What a fabulous adventure I have had over the past nine weeks or so. I can't wait for the next ...
... used to have a contest to see who could drink from the boot the fastest. The boot had about 3.5 pints of beer and on the wall is still the list of airmen and their times. The boot used to be hanging in the bar, but at some point a few years ago, it got broken. After a couple of half pints, we went to visit Annissa's family graves at the Kettlebaston ...
The day trip with Kathryn was rather brief. It involved hands down the best coffee I've had in the UK to date - I remember it being on a corner near a church in town but the name now eludes me.
It was a bitterly cold day and we huddled under damp thin blankets in little boats as we punted down the river cam. We pass the old university buildings and hear of their histories. Outside one ...
... Bardfield, Essex, to mark the centenary of the foundation in 1910 of the Brotherhood of St Paul, a theological college, by the rector, the Rev. Edward Mears. Mears (1864-1947) studied at The Queen’s College, Oxford. Following his graduation in 1887 he embarked upon a career as a schoolmaster, and was also ordained priest in 1900. He became rector of Little Bardfield in 1906 and remained for thirty-four years until his retirement in 1940.With ...
... could go on.
Spending quality time together (barf if u want) - yes although after 4 weeks of solitary company we were both glad to have others to talk to.
No work - it crept into our conversations now and again but as we were so far away we were much better than usual. Can't say we're looking forward to getting back into the work routine.
Not looking forward to:
Food - needn't have worried, only one bout of travelers diarrhea (even if I ...