Tewin Bury Farm Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... only slow moving queues, thanks, presumably to the new toll system.
Once we are sure we can make it that far, Kathleen rings the Caravan Club Site, Commons Wood, at Welwyn Garden City. They are, as always, extremely helpful, and arrange to be available to check us in at our estimated arrival time of 08:00pm.
The Holy days have no postponements in about 40 out of 100 years, with the other 60 having a 1 or 2 day difference. His point was that in following the Hebrew calendar in a two day postponement year, then we in following the Hebrew calendar are keeping the 16th of Abib (based on his set calendar) instead of the 14th. The question then is did God give anyone the right to set their own calendar? Since scripture indicates God gave the ...
... city during this time, children along with their mums can win tickets to the amazing screening of Frozen sing along. This event allows you to witness the screening of Frozen allowing the audiences to sing on the tunes of sing-along tradition.
As far as tickets are concerned, children from 0 to 4 years of age are free to enter the
hall. Children from 5 to 16 years of age will be ...
... and their plans for Canada and the coming months. It has been a delight getting to know Yana better and it was a privilege to see Chris in action as a tour guide. We look forward to having them back in Australia- when?? They're not saying but I'm hopeful that an invitation to Lord Howe Island for January 2017 may help have them home by then.
And it's off to Boston and I'm starting to get excited! ('At last,' I can hear you ...
... and more, I wandered quietly around , taking it all in, it felt unreal to be walking where Henry and his wives would have walked, where they ate, the chapel was magnificent. I spent most of my time in the Tudor section, but managed William III's apartments which were equally amazing , huge tapestries, huge 4 poster bed .
I finished by wandering through Henry VIII's ...