The Crab At Chieveley Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the castle behind me. It's meadowland which on another day could be squelchy but this morning the ground is hard with heavy frost. I approach Windsor Great Western Bridge which carries the railway line from Slough. From here the path crosses over a couple of wooden footbridges past Cuckoo Weir and Boveney Lock. There's some interesting artwork under the railway bridge, apparently it's interactive if you download some app or other...far ...
... holiday, I've had the luxury of my own bed, a bath, yummy home food and all the comforts and not to forget driving my car! Oh that brought me so much joy. I managed to go on a couple of runs a week and invent some CrossFit workouts of my own which was fun - especially with my mum! I don't want to go back and not be able to walk fast enough for the bus in the mornings! Coming home for the first time after so many months can only be described as what a ...
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 ...
... enacting the battle at the Castle then at the priory afterwards. We were lucky to get a couple of great rooms (cancellations) in an ancient historic hotel right in the centre of Lewes and we could watch the fireworks from our rooms when it finally got dark at 9.30-10.30pm! We not only found they had more “Charity recycle” shops than we’ve ever seen in one place, but found the Lewes flea market (the 5th best ...
... in Brugges ,easily the most beautiful city in belgium. Saturday morning saw a lot of the old city taken up with markets and Helen went at it like only Helen could,then there were boat rides walks and almost non stop drinking and eating. Montague hit the frog and toad like a mad thing ,we arrived at the eurotunnel a few hours earlier than needed so got to go on an earlier train arriving home in plenty of time to hit one of the local pubs for a good old pommi roast Pub count ...