The Legacy Mill Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... though...it was freezing. The wind actually had me walking on an angle at one point but I could hear the waves and smell the sea. I didn't care how windy it was. I walked along past the most gorgeous beach houses (who knew they are places other than in photos!), talked to the most friendly locals ever...lots of them, and walked out past a small headland and around to the bay. I sat for ages there, writing and clearing my head. That ...
Almost packed, I think I have everything but not entirely sure yet. I also think my bag is too big :/ 55L +10L Slightly concerned over the amount of loose anti-malarials I'm taking.... Today I'm having my hair cut and seeing the Soham boys for the last time before I ...
... a range of milestone's......Rosemary's birthday, Bob's birthday, Stuart's birthday, Peter's birthday.......Gill & Peter's 46th wedding anniversary...and Bob & Jan's engagement......all excuses for a celebration lined up to be perfectly executed.....and our hosts Rosemary & John have done everyone proud.....ably assisted by their family members Stuart & Sarah as well as Sarah & Rod.
... we could wait in, until the other car had passed by ! We drove by many beautiful country pubs, with thatched roofs etc, and saw some stunning country mansions; even one that could have been used for the TV show "Downton Abbey" !
We then came across a small train station, that was closed down, yet had many passenger train carriages, from the 1900's in disrepair. As we looked around the train station, we saw many workmen having a cup of tea, and ...
... blimp ;o) to let me travel where I wanted to see the people I wanted to. Something comfy, with a good backrest and perhaps Alan, the Sherpa, carrying my bags and helping me to be more sensible.
But alas... this dream is far off right now, and I just had to sit there and try not to cry. I knew I was tired, and I'm always more emotional and wussy when I'm tired, but it really was a firework of different feelings exploding away, and I had to dry my eyes ...