The Woburn Hotel
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for the rest of their lives.
Joanne - Sorry there were a couple of delays in posting entries. On the Osa Peninsula we were without Wifi for nearly a week and I stopped blogging for a while when I was poorly, but we caught up eventually! We loved Costa Rica and don't think we could have chosen a better destination for our trip. It was a truly brilliant experience. We have had over 600 hits on our blog, so thank you all so very much for coming on the journey with us!
... in Battle where we parked our Motorhome! Why? Because we were too big and took up two spaces. Now, we must be honest and agree that yes, we did take up two spots but this particular carpark was the only one in town which didn’t have a height barrier up and it was only about half-full, so we thought it wouldn’t be a problem! How wrong were we! £60 later....! Not happy, Jan!!
This has been a recurring theme in England (more than in the rest ...
... a fairly simple trek home.
Almost immediately as we left Tetsworth the afternoon became extremely frustrating. The landowners were not at all supportive of walking with footpath markings non-existent and stiles either very basic or in extremely dilapidated state. At first we found enormous hay bales placed across the entrance to footpaths necessitating circuitous routes which typically led to nettled filled dead ends before we found a way ...
... for London to meet Libby in Oxford Street for yet more shopping. Oxford Street was OK all though not much different to any main city street in Aus. We jumped on the underground and headed back to Ruislip for dinner and bed. We got a little lost after we got off the train so stopped at a little pub called the White Bear. It took us about another 1/2 hour to find the house. Night for now we need to be up and 5am tomorrow for our flight to ...
... scrolls and hit the floor. I declined a few of the optional ones, including rabies - I'll just have to forego scratching the lions under the chin and besides all it does is give you an extra 24 hours in which to **** yourself to death on your way to the hospital - but couldn't escape the likes of tetanus, polio and typhoid, all of which I'd been vaccinated for previously but which had expired. It was with a pale face that I eventually staggered out of there half an hour ...