Redcoats Farmhouse Hotel & Restaurant
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... plaque, Arthur Davis - Mike’s Dad:)
Off we went to the Natural History Museum to check out the epic skeletons of the Dinosaurs!!!!
As a child I remember walking into the main hall of the museum and being wowed by the enormous skeleton of the herbivore, diplodocus and it’s still there but doesn’t look quite so big now:)
The highlight at this museum was the ...
... bite of chocolate. It was amazingly delicious. Unfortunately, we had The Walk, Part 2. The restaurant we wanted to eat at was 1.6 miles away... I was all about hopping a bus but London rush hour traffic doomed my lazy hopes. We began walked the long and perilous journey and I saw the light! As in, I saw the flashing light of a public bike that the public can rent for 24 hours. I insisted we rent these bikes but misfortune struck again as the bike rental ...
... the job.
So much that we didn't get around to putting up the tree. Very disappointing. I thought about the family as well. We have been gone for over three months now.
Oh Laurence is also doing well- he is starting to make more friends. He went off to a Christmas jumper party on this day- didn't get home till about 11pm. He is really going to screw his liver. But it will be worth it methinks.
... in China to shame. Evocative
in some sections of an Italian food market, and in others of a grand bazaar
this market was as diverse as it gets. You could get everything from Chinese
food to classic British souvenirs, used clothes to shisha. The market also
connected to a beautiful canal, with a set of locks surrounded by drooping
willow trees and picturesque red brick buildings. For those Harry Potter fans
reading this, regrettably none of the willows were ...
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