The Crown of Crucis Country Inn and Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... about car thefts, spare parts stripping, worries about drug use, concerns about security and maintaining a presence...questions about our health insurance....
Alarm bells started to ring.
So after researching Hilo and then discovering its sky-high crime rate, the vagrancy and drug issues... together with concerns about cutting ourselves adrift from the NHS (now we ARE feeling our age!) we started having second thoughts....
It seemed like ...
So for the past 6 months I have been having an amazing time volunteering at a scout camp in Oxford, England and let me tell you what an experience that has been. My first week here was all about training for what I'd be expected to do at my Scout Activity Centre, i did training with so many lovely people who all seemed very upbeat and filled with excitement for our new journey together. I can still remember how I felt getting in the bus with 5 other ...
... down into the resort were pretty icy by the end of the day. New Year's Eve on the snow square was fun, although I'm not all that keen on having bangers and fireworks aimed at me... I got home and had to apply for my visa in London - Molly and I did it together and saw Juliet briefly as she collected her visa at the same time. While I was in London I saw a recording of the radio program the Infinite Monkey Cage with ...
... before 2 pm in the church yard at Letcombe Regis. It's a delightful setting, and once again the church is a place of restoration of weary pilgrims. Debby's reverberating Vedic chants sounded wonderful in the calm atmosphere inside before we are surprised by an equally surprised Church Warden entering. We are fortunate he is very welcoming and shares a story of a unique burial which occurred in this churchyard. Apparently a woman from this Parish was married to ...
... or if soldiers arrived.
We're all looking forward to starting the Cotswold Way walk tomorrow, and Nise and I have already had a little recce along the first bit of the walk to see where it heads, and how well the track is marked.
We've got a fair walk of around 18km tomorrow to the village of Wood Stanway. Everyone is telling us what a lovely walk this is so we're full of anticipation.
Bye for now,
Alan and ...