The Queens at Selborne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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....to the airport. Yes the airport. We actually had no intention of ever going on a road trip. I mean seriously, that could have only ended badly anyway! So in actual fact we were headed to the airport for the 16:45 flight to Heathrow. Our flight was delayed by two hours which was a pain but it didn't matter. We eventually boarded the Air New Zealand flight and the plane was amazing. It was brand new with really cool lighting and everything was top notch. We watched ...
... some time with my two incredible sisters. I'm sure for Maddz as well having us both around has just been a dream for her, which is why we wanted to do something extra special with her. So on our last night all together we made our own pizzas because that's just fun and every girl loves pizza. We then made s'mores in our fire-pit, for those who don't know what they are it's an American thing I learnt at camp. Basically you roast marshmallows, and sandwich it ...
... were queuing on the M3 just 10 miles outside of Bracknell.
At Dover we checked-in, cleared security and joined the line of fellow travellers bound for the continent. The ferry crossing went without a hitch and although Nikki had some reservations concerning sea sickness, she was relieved to discover that as soon as England disappeared from sight, France came into view. We arrived in France armed with nothing more than a book map and a ...
... now it was a private house owned by a teacher,after many years our search for our friends was over,and we couldn't even go to their resterante to reminisce . With heavy hearts we headed for France and after overnighting near a beautiful lake,reached Chalons-en-Champagne ,it was here that we recieved a severe blow with news from home of the terribly sad loss of a wonderful friend. We had lost the drive ,We were in the champagne region ...
... and that the voices were that of God.In the years of Sutcliffe’s incarceration, there have been numerous attempts on his life from other inmates. The first was during his stay at HMP Parkhurst when James Costello, a 35-year-old career criminal from Glasgow plunged a broken coffee jar twice into the left side of Sutcliffe’s face. Whilst at Broadmoor he was subject to an attempted strangulation (thwarted by Kenneth Erskine, above) and lost the vision in his left eye ...