The Crab At Chieveley Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the other has no space even if it means throwing their own things away Friendship is taking silly underwater photos and keeping the extra ugly ones for a rainy day Friendship is driving around an island, getting lost but finding our way again Friendship is surviving a near death experience and laughing in the end Friendship is holding hands for an entire plane journey so the other doesn't cry Friendship is lying ungroomed on the beach but not really caring either ...
... tent with our cuddlies and watched the stars twinkle out of the mesh layer of the entrance. I lay and held Maddz hand until it no longer felt like I was holding it but I was. She snored - bless her and I lay awake most of the night thinking we might get eaten by a pack of wolves, but I know it meant so much to her to have us both to herself. This in turn made it mean so much to me too. It has genuinely been a dream coming home, I had secretly wished I could ...
Back to the motorhome dealers today, this time to meet up with Leicester and Lidka, who looked remarkably fresh considering they had traveled all the way from Singapore on very little sleep. We took them through to Newbury, where we had lunch with the swans by the Kennet and Avon canal, helped them get their phones sorted out and get some essential ...
I left London proper for Windsor today. London had worn me out and yet there was still so much more and see. Frankly though, I wasn't sure I would have been able to make the most of it. I was in need of a small break. I did the most outrageous thing. I got a taxi. I might have got a bus but I didn't know how they'd feel about my suitcase in the aisle. I thought about a train, and had I been less tired I might have attempted one of the various options at differing ...
... of December, while traveling up the Nile by boat, Dadd underwent a dramatic personality change, becoming delusional and increasingly violent, and believing himself to be under the influence of the Egyptian god Osiris. His condition was initially thought to be sunstroke. On his return in the spring of 1843, he was diagnosed to be of unsound mind and was taken by his family to recuperate in the countryside village of Cobham, Kent. In August of that year, having become convinced that ...