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I didn't want to get out of bed this morning, I was so cosy but we had a breakfast booking in the dining room at 8:30am.
The breakfast room had a view over the lake and grounds. The cooked breakfast was a great start to our day.
We said goodbye to the lovely hosts and headed off to explore the Cotswolds.
First stop was Bourton on the Water. It was a gorgeous little town with stone bridges and ...
... of the Gilli Islands - Thai cooking courses - Visit an elephant sancturary - Experience the stunning bays in Vietnam - Make life long friends - Experience new cultures - Try new foods inc. Scorpions We can't wait to keep you updated with our adventure, expect lots of pictures of tomfoolery as we backpack through New Zealand, Australia and south-east Asia. If the January blues are hitting you hard, you know where to find us. Hugs and kisses, Immy and ...
... reminiscing about our time living together, and the future, what it would hold for each of us in what is going to be a taxing year ahead for myriad reasons. The cocktails, starters, mains and desserts were amazing and the atmosphere is perfect. By the time we got onto desserts we had started chatting to the couple next to us, Angela and Russell. Lovely people, out on one of their first date nights since their daughter had ...
... were astonished at the amount of meat that was consumed by courtiers and that the kitchen wood fire ovens went 24/7.
We went around King Henry's State Apartments and heard all about his wives. We also saw a replica of his crown.
We had lunch in the Privy Kitchen before tackling the maze, just as Fi and I did in 1991. This time we did not get as lost! Jason and Zoe-team A- raced George and I -team B - to the middle. Team A won but only because they found an ...
... because we certainly were walkers! Walker's was built in 1694 and was originally an Irish bank.... so probably it could have been frequented by William III as he changed up his Euros for overseas escapades with Mary II? Lunch was excellent.....pie and mash for Bob and a bowl of gruel for Jan. Refreshed we again ventured out into the "grey" of London....and headed to Downing Street. Of course, you can't get anywhere near No. 10 ....the place is guarded ...