The Woburn Hotel
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... mouth waiting to be blown out was a great substitute), drinking a beer shandy that was stolen from the BBQ counter and challenging the washed up poker card machine to a game of truth or dare...until eventually passing out...clutching spare candy coloured chips with the saved for later ace of spades sneaking out of my sleeve This evolved, like all good addictions, from carrying around Uno during exam preparation, to inviting the neighbourhood kids to ...
... for and visit by the Urology Consultant. Final diagnosis: 5 mm kidney stone. How one little stone could cause so much misery was beyond understanding (unless you've HAD kidney stones, evidently - then you KNOW!!). Since we were at the very beginning of our trip, the urologist strongly suggested that the stone be removed - and/or a stent inserted. He said it was not ...
Today is the day after the funeral, It's the Sabbath and we will go to church in Bricket Wood. This is where Ambassador College was located where I went to school in 1968 and 1969. The hotel where we are staying is several hundred feet from the boundary of the former college. The place where services are held is virtually on the grounds of the old Imperial School in a hall called St. Stephen's Parish Hall.
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... Having been fobbed off at the hospital in Santiago last year and refused antibiotics when I really needed them I'm taking no chances this time and am packing some serious bug and pain killers. Hopefully I won't need them but nothing will ruin a trip like being ill and/or in pain and this time I'm going (over)prepared; although when I said 'packing' up there don't let me give the wrong impression, I haven't done any actual packing yet, or got any money changed, or even ascertained if ...
... as a keeper came to feed the pelicans. They put on a show for all to see and so did the squirrels. Another sunny lovely but crisp day in London. Tuesday (10th) was a crisp morning heading to lords cricket ground, lucky their trains are warm as toast! The tour was meant to go for an hour and 40mins but our tour guide loves a chat so we were there for well over 2hrs! There was only 5 of us in the tour so it was very intimate and we got to explore the grounds in more detail. ...