The Queens at Selborne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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This morning Geoff made breakfast and I found a piece of Black Pudding on my plate. He has a favorite butcher in Scotland near the small village where they have their holiday house who makes the best black pudding according to them! I quite enjoyed it and was not going to waste this piece that they shared with me as it was considered a big treat for me. Then it was time to start chopping the vegetables that Hermione wanted prepared to go into her ratatouille, ...
A great time with the Hartle Family. A perfect day!
Great Meal and R and R. Was so special to see our old friends.
Evening walk at another village on Thames River. So neat the way villages are made.
Of course, can't leave UK without taste of Chippies.
We spent the night at Staines which is very close to Penton Hook Marina. We went to Sainsburys when we arrived in Staines and had supper at The George, a pub close to where we moored. We moored directly behind the Town Hall of Staines. We woke at 7am this morning and had a casual breakfast of scrambled eggs and crumpets. We then left for our base and arrived an hour later. Ann and Sean ...
10:15 "Ladies and gentlemen this is the Captain speaking, unfortunately we are going to
have to replace the hydraulic pump and we will need to unload all passengers for two hours". We are shown back to the departure lounge (time for 8 more visits to 8 different toilets). Oh and by the way we are really lucky as we have been given £5.00 each for refreshments. The
tour guide wants to spend her £5 on plasters for her blistered heel. A question for ...
... the stern and tried to tow her of.this is when it hits the fan,for the wind grabs hold of the second underpowered longboat and pushes her stern into the bank,making a lovely v shaped bridge across the canal. Full credit to the skipper,it was a brand new boat he'd just had built,on its first day out(£58000) he didn't panic just threw us a line to see if we could help pull the boat back,it's about then that the bowline on the first boat ...