Tewin Bury Farm Hotel
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The cathedral was beautiful. We all got the children's version of the audio guide so we could synchronize ourselves to listen at the same time :) The front doors of the church are only opened for special occasions, like weddings or funerals of dignitaries. I bet they opened when Prince Charles and Princes Diana got married! Each door weighs ...
... I got an offer from a web site 'Findmypast', a month for a pound so I decided to take up the offer. We have a Chinese ancestor in our family, and I thought that the information would end there. I did have her name, but I thought it would be too hard to find out anything else. I have found her (Letitia Ho Chee) my Great, Great Grandmother. Also her parents, her father John Ho Chee, whose surname was Ho and first name was Chee, when ...
... to come back home, still feeling a little hung over from yesterdays headache.
Back home we sat nice and quietly eating our lunch when we heard a siren, which sounded close, but we are beside a hospital, (keep this fact in your mind as you read on) so we didn't take much notice. After lunch when we were cleaning up we looked out to see a ambulance and a emergency response unit, just a few vans up from us. Russ took some rubbish to ...
... a very careful eye on it, just him and his fire. After awhile she came out and sat with him all was forgiven, still the meat is somewhere in the smoke. He must have remembered he hadn't emptied his gray water container so off he went and left the meat still on the fire/smoke. While he was gone, she played with the meat, sat back down before he got back, he looked at the meat and said "did ...
... ever gave us a tour of the entire city. We walked from one corner of London to the other. MY legs hated me by the end of the day, but it was worth it! We started off at the British Museum, followed by Trafalgar Square, then Buckingham Palace, the Queen's Park, Westminster Abbey/Big Ben, and the London Eye. Along the way we stopped for food, drinks, more food, photos, a rest, and a little bit more food. After the tour we decided ...