The Durant Arms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... It was the consistency of warm butter, but sweet. The more jam you spread on top, the better. Some people chose to eat the halves separately and some fold the halves together to eat like a sandwich. All we were missing was tea. Our feet are getting sore. I'm seriously considering paying for a professional massage when I arrive home in the ...
In the words of Nemo: "First day of school! First day of school!! First day of school!" I don't know if we were more excited to finally be going to school or that we were all well rested and showered. 50/50 probably. We live about 20 minutes, walking, from our school, Hyde Park Infant School. I'm going to be brief about my experiences with this school mostly due to confidentiality purposes. More specifics can be found ...
... and only the walls remain. It's now the center of a traffic roundabout and stands as a reminder. More famously, Plymouth is the site the Pilgrims we remember on Thanksgiving set sail on the Mayflower from. James took us down to the water front, and what a view! There is a swimming pool, a park, fishing, shops, and just relaxing. I believe this weekend we will be visiting the Mayflower Museum. I am proud to say too that I am the only one in my group to ...
... amused, fishing and we have practiced putting up the storm jib, man overboard, etc...all good stuff.
I have spent quite a lot of time in the launderette, Dawson and Hugh in the chandlery and soon we are off to Lidl, yes, Lidl for a final shop. Oh joy!
It's still quite windy and Duncan is off up the mast to put some tell tales in the ...
... gym. We then sat in the cowshed cafe, then a quick game of pool (my first) in the fire engine themed restaurant. Home then for a camper meal of pulled pork and burgers which filled us up. It seemed that the wind was dying down and we set off to eype beach about a 15 min walk away. Nigel fished for a couple of hours catching a dogfish and a pout and missing a ray bite. We headed home and it was very windy and wet. We watched a programme on iPad and then ...