The Angel Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... was exactly the same (word for word) as St Pauls Anglican in Symonds St (and every other Anglican church in NZ) and when we sang the English National Anthem at the end of the service, it used to be ours!!! God Save the Queen! J asked if our version had different words - that would have been sacrilege! After all, she was our queen too!!
I'm staying in a region called East Anglia (Anglia and Anglican = ...
... go to a cottage somewhere (in Scotland or Wales or anywhere) or they take a caravan to a field out in the middle of nowhere... and they walk! These days they might cycle as well, but the whole family does these outings - that's the holiday! I can't imagine a holiday without the beach, but I guess you do what you can with what you have.
I've found lots of walking paths and am doing my very best not to get lost - although it's on the cards at some stage with my ...
... themselves will be auctioned off later in the year too to raise money for the charity. There is also a word search quiz that you can complete if you see all of the dragons to win flight tickets with KLM - but some letters are replaced with numbers (there was the odd '3' thrown in for an 'E' or a '1' for an 'I') so it would be difficult to cheat - although I am sure some kind soul may have placed the answer on the internet if you search.
The dragons also have ...
... mmmm with baby spuds and beans from the garden. Carrot soup for 'supper'. It sounds simple to do, but it wasn't - oh, there's a special way of doing EVERYTHING and I don't know it yet!!
Day two was better - found things to do - J invited me to lunch with her 2 friends - to a newly re-opened pub in a neighbouring village - very lovely smoked fish platter in lovely new, but old English pub looking surroundings.
Day three I ...
... her playbox and like a petulant child, is throwing everything out at us. The sky, a radiant blue one minute, is dotted with black clouds and grey the next. The breeze grows and gusts from every which way. Inevitably we eventually settle to just walking through it all. In our quietness we both try to come to grips with walking in this new landscape. It’s not as immediately appealing with the enticing picture book scenery of places like Devon and Cornwall. It ...