The Castle Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... heard and needing toilet brakes after about 20 minutes. The memories probably actually started when packing things into Sven, nothing in particular but just various things that we did that were part of our routine, or of a place we stopped at or just the lingering odour of patisserie as a cupboard was opened. Today was just a day of driving though, to somewhere near enough to catch an ...
... foxes I regularly watch outside my window at home. We went to the keepers talk on otters and that definitely was worth it. My family is not that interested in creatures and soon got bored so we did not manage to stay till the end. Food was on their agenda and that's where we went. Amy and Jane had a jacket potato, Marcus a sausage roll and me a sandwich. Then we drove on to Tilford Wood. Same problem as earlier. Without an address, the GPS struggles. So ...
... we fulfil one of our life wishes which is travel around the world!
I'll certainly miss London. The main things I'll miss are the pubs (!), the music, the friends I've made and the English humour! But here is to a new adventure!
... we visit this market. We stopped at a wonderful cheese stall - where Martin had quite a few cheese sample tastings. The display on a vegetable stall was amazing and so very colourful. Then we found a Herbs and Spice stall, where we purchased some spices which we find hard to buy in Greece, so we will take these back with us.
The lady from the Spice stall took us and pointed out a wonderful coffee shop called 'Monmouth'. ...
... with us today, some anyway. They created a toast where they would lift their glass and say “to the King” and pass their hand over the glass for “over the water”.
James II is still mucking it up and is quite unpopular in France. But he and Mary have a daughter, Princess Louise and live quite comfortably in the Chateau.
That ole wily William calls a Convention Parliament of ...