The Angel Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of London. Our guide book warns it is almost hidden by trees so predictably we don't see it. As our book is ten years old we can only assume the trees are much thicker now :-) Moving on we pass Holm Island behind which another island which once had a hideaway house called The Nest - it was a favourite getaway for Edward VII and Wallace Simpson. It's not possible to see either...the house is long gone and as to the island, the Holm blocks the view. A bridge ...
We were a little sad to leave our place in Lamberhurst. It was an interesting place to be in, the people were very kind and we had some lovely times there. We decided to have a Ch day - beginning with Chartwell and moving on to Chichester.
Chartwell was Winston Churchill's home, where he and Clemmie brought up their children. It is now a National Trust home and is a memorial to this important man. We wanted to ...
... mansion of six bedrooms all with ensuites, was fully decorated by an interior designer complete with new furniture and landscaped gardens. It was just like a home out of Vogue magazine with no expense spared. The champagne was flowing and plenty of everything else available. Megan had three birthday cakes made for her, a very ...
... had a little mushroom phyllo pastry thing on rocket and tomato and each had a pint of beer. I love going to pubs as there is usually wifi :) We then went to Waterloo Station and arrived just in time to catch the train back to Staines. Les collected us and we are having a quiet last evening on the boat. We will be in the Ibis Hotel tomorrow and I can post my journal and catch up on some ...
Certain foods bring up very unhappy childhood memories and certain foods remain a mystery while yet other foods have been tried and rejected as yuck, nasty, ugly, tasteless, yada, yada, yada. So in spite of moving to the "ole home base" (as my ancestors were both English and Welsh), and in spite of England and the United States having many of the same customs, foods, habits, language, etc, there were tons of differences to accept and to which we had ...