The Queens at Selborne
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... constructed with a tollgate in the middle. The bridge we are crossing today was constructed in 1923. Now we are in Streatley which means 'road' and alludes to the ancient Ridgeway path which also runs through here. Leaving the main road we pass Streatley Church and join the river path. Although cold, it's a bright day and the sunshine is rejecting gloriously on the inky waters. It's not long before we reach Cleeve Lock with its 17th century mill ...
... and be there when she returned. When I got back the power had gone so the gates didn't open. I therefore had to traipse across a muddy field full of cows to get into my back garden and then in the front door. I let the dogs out and they gave me the best welcome. I waited at home for the best part of an hour until my mum actually returned (bloody traffic). I knew how her surprise would work; she'd come in and be confused as to how the dogs were out and then that's where ...
... go well together! Nice to have a few glasses of wine with Mike and Kirstie and let the kids explore the woods behind the house. Hopefully we'll see them at the regatta tomorrow too. We then drove to Henley via a massive traffic jam, parked in Marsh meadow and caught up with Tim Beesley - our lovely Henley host - on his boat moored on the river bank nearby. A glass of Pimms, before we went back for our first night in a VERY tiny ...
... header stuff in NY. We then walked to Trafalgar Square where saw Nelson's Column. We also saw the South African flag outside the SA Consulate. After that we walked along The Mall to Buckingham Palace. There were so many tourists. I had also developed nasty blisters from my shoes. I was kicking myself that I had not brought my walking takkies. I ended up pushing the back of the shoe ...
... and illness, sometimes severe enough to require hospitalization, were later attributed to Young and his tea. Young poisoned about 70 people during the next few months, although none fatally. Young is the subject of an extremely good film called The Young Poisoner’s Handbook 8 Kenneth Erskine Kenneth Erskine is an English serial killer who became known as the Stockwell Strangler. During 1986, Erskine murdered seven elderly people, breaking into their homes and strangling ...