Quality Hotel Bury St. Edmunds
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Almost packed, I think I have everything but not entirely sure yet. I also think my bag is too big :/ 55L +10L Slightly concerned over the amount of loose anti-malarials I'm taking.... Today I'm having my hair cut and seeing the Soham boys for the last time before I ...
... curvy body, and the tall elegant handles. (That rather sounded like I was talking about a woman rather than a bike but let me assure you that it is indeed a bike that I refer to). I got far too excited about the bikes, the baskets, the people riding the bikes, the dogs in the baskets. Let's just say I loved the bikes. I would much rather spend the £699 on a Pashley bike than a car too! Chris did a fantastic job of printing ...
Wednesday and the penultimate day of our UK tour. We leave Edwinstowe in the Sherwood Forest and head south for Suffolk. But before we leave the district we'd decided to try again to see the Southwell Workhouse…it was Wednesday after all and therefore they should be open.
On the way we went past a free range pig farm. This farm is enormous; pigs free-ranging for as far as the eye can see and all the pigs ...
... Ordinands aged under twenty-three studied for nine terms, those over twenty-three for eight. Each day began with the Eucharist in St Katharine’s. A large room at one end of Little Bardfield Rectory was used for lectures and examinations, which the ordinands nicknamed the ‘Room of Pain.’ Scholarly country clergy were recruited to assist with the lectures. Latin and Greek were taught to all ordinands from the beginning to enable them to ...
Snakes and other creepy crawlies - only ones I saw were there because a person had put them there, no wild ones although avoided all jungle treks on day trips.
Sleeper train - could have been a lot worse. It was an experience I'm glad I've done but won't be repeating if possible.
Miss the most (exc. friends and family obviously!?!)
Cuddles with Tilly and Maisy purring - especially towards the end. So many dogs, puppies, cats and ...