George Hotel of Colchester
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... have to remove the front lighting cluster with 4 wing nuts!!!! try doing this when you arrive in Holland. Hey ho, we found our passports and Tess's and packed our bag ready for the ferry. Popped to see Rich again with more washing and clean bedding again, brilliant, thanks Bro. We arrived at Harwich, 2 hours early, cup of tea and fruit cake with cherries, we are finally living the ...
... we arrived where we needed to and when we needed to. To friends for their support and belief in us and the cause Lina chose to raise funds for, which with off line donations and commitments now stands at in excess of £1200.00, truly amazing and beyond our wildest expectations - a massive thanks to all who have helped make this possible. Along the way we have met and made new friends, and been ...
... the coastal path to Southend. At first the tide was out so there were miles of mudflats, with lots of boats moored. It is a very different picture when the tide comes in. My Dad always called Southend 'London's lung' and I can remember day trips there and a trip at Christmas time to see the Christmas lights. I loved revisiting it though its 'charms' of amusement arcades, entertainment and shops on the front selling buckets and spades and beach paraphernalia may be ...
... at short notice and was hurriedly crenellated, then when the danger had passed, work on the other floors was restarted. Colchester saw little action at first; it was attacked by John in 1216 as it had been taken by the French, but it remained Crown property in the care of a succession of stewards or constables throughout medieval times. By the 13th century Colchester Castle was in use as a prison and at times many hundreds of prisoners of war were confined here ...
... amp; I ever attempt a RTW (Round the World) trip, I suppose we could follow in Stanley’s tyre tracks, but more slowly and hopefully without the traumatic accidents ?
If anyone has more information about him ( I'm still looking for the VMCC magazine article from Dec 2010) please drop me a mail, just out of interest you understand…meanwhile I’m just dashing off an email to Moscow to see about that government ...