The Bell Hotel & Inn
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... a Hotel in Rye where we could park in the carpark and if we had dinner in the hotel restaurant, then the parking was free! Very happy with that! And, if you parked in the spot closest to the Hotel, then you were also able to tap into the free WiFi! Bonus!!
Whilst in Rye, we visited the Ypres Tower – yippee, it was open! OK, so all you Commonwealth readers – when you visit a Commonwealth War Graves site with more than 40 graves, there is always ...
... pilgrimage in general. I like this church and the feel of the community involvement here. It struck me there was some correlation with the words in the guidebook about the traditional place of the church in the community life:
“.....let us turn our thoughts to the church and consider the position it occupied, the purpose it served and the influence it wielded over the centuries. It was built not only for worship, with the occasional ...
... but would very likely recur during our trip if we did nothing. We agreed with him.
The surgery was done by noon! All is well - Ron is raring to go, although the dr is keeping him there one more night.
Tears for Ron. Cheers for the British medical system!!!
Now, to cheer this entry up a little, attached are some photos from "The Making Of Harry Potter".
... to swindon and reuniting with the unofficial family there. It was so lovely to be back, a little strange but so nice to catch up with everyone. i get the feeling that when i return next time it will be very different!
Glastonbury was of course amazing, the highlight being Jack White, as well as Stromae, Scroobious Pip and White lies. It may be my last year there for a while, so i made the most of it and visited many of the smaller stages and saw some random ...
... got any money to change. I still have 5 days to go which other than having sorted out the dogs means I'm still in the initial preparation stages. You might figure that having been away as many times as I have I've got the packing lark down to a fine art by now and have got my perfect capsule backpack of lightweight, practical, multipurpose stuff all set out. You'd figure wrong though; I always overpack, am utterly rubbish at deciding not only between the blue one and the black one ...