Red Lion Hotel Basingstoke
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... br> Part of this reasoning was due to her cat. Yes, how silly to plan things around a cat but her cat and our two cats are all family members too and it is fun to watch their reactions to different things. Her cat has never had a Christmas tree. As he is incredibly smart and curious and oddly clumsy, we figured he'd just go nuts over the Christmas tree and fully expected him to climb into it and bat things off of it ...
... time has been really special and we feel incredibly lucky to have been able to do it. It has been wonderful for the children and for me to have Matt back after three such intense years working on Somalia, and fingers crossed we get to see a little more of him in his next job working on Central and Southern Africa! We certainly all feel refreshed, readjusted and ready for the next challenge. Certainly after the RV, Basing Cottage is going to feel ...
... in a cardboard box or even sofa surf. Ruth and Garrie kindly put us up for a week post move out date whilst We tie up loose ends...one more Brum run and a visit to his mum for Ian and two client meetings for Gill. Now we will discover the reality of mobile ...
... for the fancy dress. My feet aren’t on fire yet but they will be by the end of the day. We pack a carry bag with a pashmina and spare shoes for me, the camera bag, an umbrella and a couple of disposable ponchos and finally I throw in a hoodie although it is definitely not Ascot quality. It’s only for an emergency.
We drive to the train station and get our tickets. The platform is full of ...
... one golf ball about every 2 weeks. Once the weather got really cold, we stopped finding golf balls even though we could still see the golfers moving through the course and "aiming" towards the house. As we are not golfers, as previously stated, we don't understand the passion or desire or interest that drives golfers to go out and walk around on a cold or wet day. But we have come up with a theory, the Bad ...