Redesdale Arms Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... now in recognition...) One of the Medical Science professors examined him and noted he had a fever and a quick pulse, so Adam rushed the boy to the hospital, and sure enough, appendicitis! Surgery is scheduled for tomorrow morning. Larry was finally able to reach the boy's parents, who are on vacation in the Philippines, and the boy has just been moved to a surgical ward so he is able to call them from there. So scary. And there ...
... a few minutes and then on to Batsford. Had lunch in the cafe/ shop before wandering around the very extensive arboretum. Took all the side paths to try and get the best vantage point of the manor house as it is a private residence and not open to the public. Very beautiful gardens with huge trees and a beautiful day to see it. Afterwards we ent searching for another geocache which is on the public footpaths through the surrounding farmers fields. Got to the location and it was ...
... The Gatehouse was built in about 1630. Tallest natural fountain - 300 feet high.
The house had 2 oriental Chippendale beds and a 23' one piece wood shuffleboard table.
In the afternoon, we took a leisurely country walk past cottages and sheep, through fields and kissing gates.
A kissing gate is a type of gate which allows people to pass through, but not livestock.The normal construction is a half-round, rectangular, trapezoidal or ...
Today is the start of our 22 day Discovery of Britain and Ireland tour with Insight Tours. We leave at 8.30am and it's wet surprisingly!!! It's a bank holiday weekend so that was the reason for so many people at Brighton yesterday. There are 7 million people in London and 56 million in the British Isles. Today we're going to Oxford, the Cotswolds and Stratford on Avon. We drive through Buckinghamshire on our way to Oxford. Before ...
... for meeting my old school friend ,Jill.It took just over an hour on the train and we met on the platform.We spent most of our time sitting in cafes (3 all up) drinking tea and chatting. it was a dull day with a fog that never really lifted,so where better place to be.It was good to catch up...only the 2nd time in 48 years!! Yesterday I took the bus into London and I ...