The Queens at Selborne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... you do with five and six year old boys. Lisa and Paul's home is beautiful and my room overlooks their stunning garden. It was so nice in the morning to open the curtains to sunshine (yes the weather was mostly good) and the birds chirping and squirrels jumping around the garden. And of course what would a trip be to the UK without a good curry, chicken tikka masala, never disappoints! As I really didn't have much time, no trip into London itself, but we did all ...
... place where a ferry used to run. We find out about his long lost relatives including one who was hung for murdering a child - she threw the infant down a well. Although when I say this will be a great titbit for the blog, he backtracks and says it's not certain that one was related...OK, maybe it's coincidence that she had the same surname in this tiny village? :-) The Thames Path makes a detour through the village and Mike leads us on to Moulsford ...
... ever so supportive and visiting me out in New Zealand and sharing some of those memories during my adventure. Thirdly to John Harrison for his feedback and ever growing interest in my blogs. And finally to the rest of you, the 5946 people who have taken the time to read one or more of my entries from around the world each day. Thank you thank you thank you. I hope the next year brings me greater opportunities to go on to do greater things - no more lifeguarding for me now! Jordan ...
... of touring the White Tower which is really mostly armor and weapons. Definitely not a chick thing. But definitely a school kid tour group area. We were overcome by school children and couldn't wait to escape, but the exhibition seemed to go on forever, as well as the stairs through the narrow stone passageways! We finally escaped the exhibit and then the Tower itself deciding that as a girl, we had seen enough! We then decided it would be nice ...
... for the day tomorrow. Penton Hook Marina is out in the sticks so can't really pop off to the pub for supper, transport is not frequent here. The boat masters wife has kindly offered to take us to the station tomorrow morning and we will organize for a taxi to collect us tomorrow evening. Les, the guy who fetched us from the airport, lives on a boat a few boats down from us and provides a taxi ...