The Cricketers' Arms
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... walked to the cathedral before needing to get back and pick up our luggage that we left at a drop off spot. 5 bucks a bag. We got on train #2 and that was about an hour ride and got on train #3 (mind you we have to carry out luggage off and on and up and down stairs to different platforms). The countryside is beautiful and really reminds me of Oregon, getting off #3 we had like 5 minutes to get our train to Bury St Edmonds, that was at Cambridge, we grabbed ...
My borther arranged for everyone to come over and say goodbye to us. Nice
... Canadian B&B but when organising Maureen's car to City Hall and also lunch at the Elm Hurst Inn. Grahame was on duty, placing gifts on the table at the Cricketers for the assembled boys and girls. Gordon's job was organising the Wykeham Arms.
Time permitted only one funny story from our collection of hundreds. The Groom chose the Ann Bailey anecdote. In 2013 as a Director of Hirsh ...
... Unfortunately I woke at 4.15am with a raging temperature, and staggered blearily downstairs to find some paracetamol and convince the dogs that it wasn't early morning walk time. I managed to get back to sleep but am feeling shaky and delicate today!
Howard, Abigail and Elliot took the dogs to the kennels at 12 (tearful farewells from me) and then promised to pick up a few essential items (hoover bags - it's a long story....) and some lunch (my cupboards and ...
... we doing this???" moments....
Our bags are packed (Susie) and kind of packed (Tiggy) and we are going to finalise everything today leaving tomorrow free for panic (ish).
Our first stop is Jakarta, so we will update you when we are there.. We're uploading some photos of the partayyy :)
love to all
tiggy and susie ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed