The Queens at Selborne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... looking round, including a visit to say hello to an old man in bed, the church and meeting a lady who was working in her allotment, a New Zealander from Lincoln. Would you believe it! The church has special history in that it contained two holes in the wall, from where a walled-in woman could be fed and could watch the mass from. The room behind the holes was gone, there was just a plaque on the outside wall. Back to Abinger Hammer where we watched Andy Murray win at ...
... and have and had so many memorable times (the good, the bad and the ugly). I wouldn't change it for the world because while I did break my leg and it stopped my travels, so many more positive things have happened over the past 3 years that I wouldn't be where I am today if it didn't happen. So as the old saying goes... When you're dealt a lemon make some Lemonade ...
... and knowledge of music that he and the other members of the group later asked McCartney to join them, even though Lennon was a bit hesitant to invite such a powerful figure into his group. A year later, George Harrison joined the band. By early 1959, everyone else had quit, leaving the trio of Lennon, McCartney and Harrison without a real group. Within a year, they picked up another member, a drummer and renamed themselves the Beatles. You know the ...
Back into Legoland today and then a 4 hour drive to York. Legoland is so much fun! Quick visit to Windsor Town. Then on to York. Well actually, due to weekend traffic and road works it actually took us 7hrs not 4!!!!! We had a nice sing-a-long for a while. Then even that wasn't funny ...
... hunting horn for $15! We then stumbled on a rather flash celebrity wedding at an amazing historical church around the next corner. We were told it was Mr Unilever’s son to the local gentry’s daughter, but disaster almost struck when a couple of gypsy lads in their horse and cart got stuck in front of the brides car. At majestic ruined Tintern Abbey, Louis played the last post on his horn while Steve and Mark chatted ...