St. Lawrence Hotel
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... busily photographing.
Then lastly, there are there are the NORMAL people -- like us!
I met Pamela Harbour, who lives in Cheltenham, via the Internet when looking at possible house swaps a couple of years ago.
Though the timing didn't work then, we've met up here and are now good friends.
Right now she's on a house exchange in Maroubra (NSW) and then is off to Burleigh Heads (QLD) for a couple of weeks.
Daring lady as she knows she'll ...
... piece of engineering. Our drive also took us through the Lake District and back into Wales.
Tonight we are staying in a Travelodge at Wooferton between Ludlow and Tenbury Wells and had dinner at the Salwey Arms Hotel, a place we had always planned on visiting while staying at Tenbury, but never found the time. Tomorrow we continue our drive south, this time to Sussex, where we will spend the week exploring the south coast of England.
... I made a mad dash into a shop on the pathway, grabbing a new pair of shoes, and boarded the bus before half of our fellow travelers. I hate to admit but my choice of footwear was off a titch. I desperately needed another pair of comfortable, closed shoes as my Danskos were starting to kill and it was too cold for Chacos. Next was my lovely Bampton, much smaller than in seems on ...
... her to go and chat to him at breakfast, but she didn't feel she could disturb Somerset and his male secretary and boyfriend. I very much doubt that my journey will be as eventful. In fact I'm hoping for a really quiet and stress free time. Now I really must pack my bags and make sure I've got everything........ as we used to say to our students as they left Home End Farm for the airport,"passport , ticket, pocket money ".....that's all I really ...
... which lead up into Diglis Basins, and we asked a lady there if there were any visitor moorings in the basin. She contacted someone and came back with the answer "Yes, at £10 per night." The moorings were all in the full sun, so we went on a little further and found some 48 hour moorings in partial shade, with some scrubby bushes for Hugo. There was a factory adjacent, with a motor running much of the time, but we had had a long day so we stopped.
We had ...