The Castle Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 8.5 foot wide RV on these *insanely* narrow roads while driving on the left side of the road in a right-sided vehicle! I call that a win!
The road to our caravan park (their name for an RV park) was marked "not suitable for High Goods Vehicles" and in no way, no how, would have been considered a 2-lane road in the U.S. They have certain areas where you can pull over to the side to get out of the way if there is oncoming traffic, but basically, if you aren't at one ...
... Bruce arrived driving straight at me,lol. We had a chat then went and joined him for the evening at his home and later met his new recent partner Jackie. They have known each other for 28 years and she is lovely. It was good to see Bruce set up in his new home and happy. 28th September. We arrived at 'Mallory Park Raceway' yesterday morning. Richie wanted to catch up with some people from the sidecar world who he has met over the years but it was very quiet and only a couple of ...
... a photo outside of Big Ben for Luke who he looks after in Kids church and we had missed out doing this last weekend. So we headed to Westminster and got some great photos with London buses and Westminster as well as Big Ben of course. Next stop was to find the new Cable Car - or Emirates Airline - which Sal had not been on and crosses over the Thames so you get great views of London City and the Docklands. We had ...
Grandson Will is at school, and today was sports day. There were a number of events and despite the fact that he is our Grandson and thereofre in our eyes obviously fantastic,as are all our Grandchildren,we were obviously amazed at his performance that saw him winning every event he was in! I did try to add balance by commenting that it was 'all down hill from ...
Once aboard the British Airways Boeing 747, we settled into our pair of premium economy seats. We were relieved to see that there were no babies within our section of the plane, but our joy was short lived when we heard the loud cries of two babies from behind the curtains of the economy class seats. We dealt with this distraction by putting on the headphones provided and watching films. David watched Les Miserables (The musical version), whilst Susie watched the end of the ...