Redcoats Farmhouse Hotel & Restaurant
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and the souvenir menus to choose our appetizers, main course, wine, and dessert. We chose scallops, the Seafood Platter, the Louis Pouilly-Fume Les Affaubertis, France 2013 wine, and Pistachio Poundcake with fruit and ice cream. Tessa and I were having a grand time and chatting it up when I saw the 3-star Michelin Chef Albert Roux approach the lobster bar. He created all the dishes for the Wimbledon event. I waved to him ...
... seeing those cliffs must have been very emotional for them. Nearly an hour ride later, brought us to Canterbury - the cathedral, the oldest in England (built 597 AD), was huge and architecturally interesting; sedate in comparison to later cathedrals in England. Glad we toured it. The town? No. Very trendy, just a big shopping mall. Few vintage buildings. Again, because of the holiday, tons of people, kids. Not fun. 90 minute ride to Greenwich &, unfortunately, another letdown. ...
... 8217;s Arms but soon everyone else arrived and we could order our roast dinner. Was great to catch up with some of the old crew such as Ross, Sophie, Andrew, Lauren, Debbie and Hamish. My roast of lamb breast and Joel’s pheasant was rich but so yummy. We were all too full for dessert but managed to fit in a bit of the LP Whitaker chocolate I smuggled in (courtesy of Lindi). Was well received as a taste of home and a special treat for Ross ...
Getting up at 4.30am on holiday time, is not very fun.
The train from Cardiff to London: Firstly, I bought the wrong ticket. It was a pass valid for a month. It cost me £207. Nice. The train left at 6am, arrived at 8am into London Paddington station. Holy moly, did I get lost. It is so HUGE. And train lines everywhere. After much asking, it took me 4 goes to try and get onto my connecting train. The trIns are like paCked tuna cans. Some ...
... course) it started to rain (typical) so we hopped back in the car and drove for the rest of the day to Edinburgh, and stayed the night in the Mercure Hotel.
Then today we woke up (well I woke everyone else up) and rushed to get ready in time to catch our train to London. We grabbed breakfast then headed out the door about an hour early (good thing we did!). When we got into Edinburgh, we got a bit lost (parents!), and had to drive around for about half an hour ...