The Castle Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... victim of a couple of fires. Then we strolled through The Lanes, a maze of pedestrian only streets, lined with either antique shops, jewellers or eateries. We were looking for fish and chips, so went back to the pier and had great fish and chips at a restaurant on the pier. Then walked back to the town and drove home. Lovely day, such great weather. Another walk across the fields with the dogs, and said "Goodbye" to Nova, Theresa's horse, until next ...
... next year but her plans have been postponed for a while. On Tuesday night, she had been to see the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra performing. Knole house is set in 1000 acres of medieval deer park in Sevenoaks. It was built as an Archbishops Palace owned by Henry VIII and remodelled by the Sackville family who still live there. Ann Boleyn lived in the house for a while. It is a dark and moody home with thick wooden panelling and tapestry walls. ...
... to get to the airport in good time, so much so that the check-in desk for the flight wasn't even open.
When it came to flying, it would be an introduction to the aeroplane as it was due to land in Frankfurt, Germany for a technical stop of ...
... was very pleasant, yet we also felt that we were the only people in the restaurant as the attention was so good and we were just looking straight out of huge windows and so couldn't see people on the tables behind us. Happy 50th Birthday to Martin. Xx Cheers.
The wonderful part was that we just sat for 2.5 hrs, looking out over London and the more we looked the more details we saw. Watching the trains - looking ...
... is brilliant, especially Koh Tao but no island beats the beauty of Koh Phi Phi. Kuala Lumpur was much better than we expected, Singapore was also great and not forgetting the temples in Hue, Vietnam which were also great to see and Hoi An which Annie loved. Another obvious highlight was seeing Jonny and Sally in Perth and also the weekend we spent down in Margaret River amongst other activities with them.