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Travel Blogs from Skegness
... doing nothing of the kind!! I hope she was sharp enough to have grabbed the housekeeping before he disappeared for his shift, otherwise Sunday lunch could be scanty! The journey back to Heathrow was comfortable and uneventful, I'm relieved to say and we landed just before 3pm to a cold, wet, grey London. Oh it was good to be back - not! However, we had one little ray of sunshine (well, two really). Who should come toddling towards us in the arrivals hall with a ...
... I will be able to keep my loved ones up to date with my day-to-day going ons from the other side of the world. Also, it is a nifty little way in which my experiences, joys and fears will be immortalised in a little dusty corner of the internet (again, if I attempted a diary I would lose it, somehow I don't think I am quite capable of misplacing the internet).
The basic plan for my trip is to ...
The trip of a lifetime looms ever closer. As I set up this blog, it is 4 weeks and counting & the nerves are starting to fizz. Hong Kong is first on the list, not overrun with grapes and their by-products I grant you, but not to be missed all ...
These used to be called Smackdam Cottages. Originally there were 2 cottages, but now it is a single cottage. They were built Mid 18th century out of whitewashed mud and stud,with brick plinth to the right. It has a hipped thatched ...
Above the road stands the 15th century church which had at one time the father of Lord Alfred Tennyson as its rector.
Just down the road is the cream coloured rectory where Alfred was born. This Georgian building with a pantiled roof is a private house. Rev. George Tennyson became rector of Somersby and Bag Enderby in 1808.
Opposite the Church is the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center