Swan Revived Hotel
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... flight back to Gatwick. This time we were flying Easyjet, and the only hiccup came after we had been through security, when we reached the gate only to be told that I couldn't take my (heavily laden and completely stuffed full) handbag on as a separate piece of cabin baggage: it had to be placed into one of our already full carry-on bags! Fortunately we managed ...
... round and suddenly I could see the same scene but 15 - 20 years ago, at the same time as the present. I could almost see Dad there, Joc and Rachel (my grandparents) there, younger versions of those of the rest of us who were around then; all having Sunday tea together like we used to every Sunday years ago.
Dave went back to Manchester in the evening, but I'll see him again next weekend. We're going camping in the New Forest for the Bank Holiday weekend.
... from the toilets and showers to the washing up room and laundry.
Yesterday we met up with Charlie and Mandy as they took delivery of their van and we had a few minor things fixed on ours. Then we split up again and we visited Louises’s partner’s parents and had a nice meal with them while Charlie and Mandy went back to her Aunt and Uncles to wait for Lidka and Leicester to arrive in a few days’ time. For us our tripping ...
... t quite sunk in yet, although the sweet feeling of not having to wake up to an alarm is what dreams are made of, and we are loving it! Although we have organised, paid for and booked the majority of our things already eg backpacks, flights, and hotels, during our time off we will be getting together the last remaining things, eg clothes, sorting insurances and spending money. We also have a lot of things ...
... 1922, she gave it to her great-nephew James, who bequeathed the house and all of its belongings to the National Trust to be preserved for posterity. When he died in 1957, he also gave them their largest ever endowment of 750,000 pounds (about 15.3 million pounds today). Today, the manor is run semi-independently on behalf of the National Trust by Jacob Rothschild. In 2003, 100 gold snuffboxes were stolen from Waddeston and were never ...