The Forbury Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... beautiful platters of cold roast beef, new potatoes and salads, delicious! Grace and Abs had made a spectacular blackberry and apple frozen cheesecake which looked just like the front cover photo on the food magazine. Whilst the big boys snuck out for a quick pint (and a boys heart-to-heart no doubt!) we all played the Logo game which was great fun and I was surprised how well we did despite not having lived in the UK for 13 years - products and their logos are clearly universal!
... seen at some distance from the flame of the unknown soldier. We then crossed the Neva river and saw the fortress. The comfort stop at a tourist shop was welcome and we did find a trinket for the Christmas tree. It is a wooden cut out of the Bronze Horseman. The coach dropped us off at the Nevsky Prospect. We found a bureau de change and then used the metro to return to the hotel. After lunch and a rest we returned to the Metro and ...
... Getting home, we found the house colder inside than outside! Two problems here - one, I left the vents open on two of our velux windows…; two, the underfloor heating that was meant to be kept on in the kitchen, wasn't - probably gave up with the arctic temperatures. Poor old Merlin - she had been sleeping on Anna's bed to keep warm.
I cant believe that i fly tomorrow, it still does not seem real despite the day being spent largely finishing off practicalities for the trip and visiting a few more family members before I depart. Figures of the Scholarship Number of Cities/Towns visited; 3 Number of hospitals visited; 1 Days spent at conference; 2 Number of train journeys; 1 (109miles-as the crow ...
... for burgers, sausages, halloumi, a wonderful array of cheeses, piles of pastries of all kinds, fresh fruit and vegetables, truffles and mushrooms, pitchers of Pimms and Sangria, breads, huge paellas of rice and mussels and chicken, olives, wines and fruit juices, seafood and poultry and meats, preserves and jams, pâté . . . Wendy and Di required a flute of pink bubbly to encourage decision making ...