Econo Lodge The Villas
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I noticed the curtain at the door had moved and there was a bottle of perfume next to the bed. Before I could ask why, Liz was spouting about the smell in the room during the night which stopped her getting back to sleep. She had opened the door to let some fresh in and had sprayed the room with perfume. She even thought I may have had bad breath and since we had had a curry, she thought it might have been ...
... marvelous French dinner. We sat at the table until well after 11PM. We left them with the reminder that it is their turn to come to,visit us!
8 March: We drove up to Kimbolton to attend the Kimbolton school 125th jubilee celebration. (Thanks for suggesting it, Lyn). There were antique tractors, steam engines and cars, stalls with crafts and plants, a rugby game, pony rides, and food. We made our way around and ...
... things) from halo. There were life size Avatars, and basically every single sword / weapon from LOTR, along with their suits of armours and various helmets. One of the coolest things we got to see were the full size suit of armour worn by Sauron, and Lurtz (the head Uruk-Hai orc) full body of silicone that was glued individually onto the actor (who in reality was only 1" shorter then the 6'-10" sized orc). As we finished up the tour I asked the guide what ...
... then the bedroom and ensuite upstairs.
We were supposed to leave Nelson early the next morning to head to Picton, however our ferry crossing was cancelled and we received a text message to advise that we'd been moved to the Kaitaki sailing which was a few hours later.... SCORE!
After a leisurely start to the day and a lovely breakfast at a cafe, we drove the 1.5 hours to Picton to catch the Kaitaki sailing. ...
... We got to make mozzarella (apparently Tom is better at it than I am- boo.), ricotta, and to prepare cheddar. We got to take home the ricotta, and Brenda also gave us some lovely feta that she’d made earlier. Great fun, and good to just relax and chat to Brenda and her granddaughter. For dinner, we headed to Stephan’s, which is a local restaurant run by an exceptional chef. And yes, I’m going ...