The Queens at Selborne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... enough and headed to my room to rest before I had arranged to go by taxi to the local pub to have a bite to eat with some of the others. Quite a few of the rest of the group had gone into Wells after lunch to have a bit of a look around the town, but I decided to do stitching as did about half of the group. Wifi is pretty non existent here as we are quite a way from any big city. Occasionally I get ...
... was amazing as it has been at home as well which made all the difference. Each day it's been a breezy 25 degrees plus with just clear skies the whole time. This will inevitably make it all the harder to leave and go back to the freezing cold. I managed to stay so busy that I actually defied any jet lag. I've probably jinxed it now and will have it doubly worse when I return but I'd be so smug if I could do it for a second time! And finally it's been just awesome ...
... it was starting to become unfun. What is the downfall of all great men ? A wonderful English pub of course, this one was a rippa ceiling beems so low even I had to stoop ,couple of pints and some great fellowship with the locals life was good again, but the locals told us that tomorrow was going to be a full day of rain . What do great men do ? Call mum of course. Mums on her way and we have to ride a few hundred metres up to the A4 so she will ...
... Pauli ,he was so happy and so very Australian and so much like our friend Pauli at home,we miss that bubbly ,easygoing , pop around for a barbi way of life There is a 41.8 km walking trail around the bracknell Forrest which I started this morning 'twas absolutely fanbloodytastic thou my old gentalmans bicycle is probably getting a bit cheesed about being treated like a mountain bike,still only got one gear ...
... me I would lose my fish to a heron. About mid Oct, I finally decided to heed the warnings and put a net over the pond to keep any potential heron from stealing my fish and also to keep the leaves from falling into the water. I left one end, about a foot wide, of the pond open because the neighborhood cats and foxes and badgers and squirrels all drink out of the pond. There are water lily pads in the pond so ...