The George Hotel
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... holy place I wept for what might be. The Eucharistic service was familiar, very close to my experience of a Catholic Mass, this one included incense, which added another element of the senses. During the consecration, the priest on the altar took the incense burner and with the highest skill I have ever seen, swung, rotated and looked at one point that he would fling it away. All with great ceremony. He had serious wrist action, must have done some advanced incense training I decided. ...
Left home about 12:30 for the ride down to Dover.The bike felt ****, No fell from the front area at low speed, I have risen it 500 miles the weekend before with empty panniers and had no problems, but fully loaded up it was completely different. Checked with ...
... it looked a bit ridiculous.
Kind of like someone who is just too damn lazy to take their bag off due to the thought of putting it back on again.
Then I got back home and watched some unknown movie with my completely wasted housemates.
... advanced a lot of the design was when the designers had very little computing power and much of it was done using logarithms and slide rules. In the evening we had a return from the Australian pianist singer who certainly put the other musicians we have heard to shame, both in terms of singing and playing. 20 February 2013 the Magellan Straits and Punta Arenas This was a quiet day, alright another quiet day as we sailed along the Magellan Straits and up into the area ...
... love the way God gives us these lovely gifts and surprises.
Cheriton House is a picturesque BnB near an ancient Flour mill in a the hamlet of Houghton which has thatched rooves and a market square. We gamely walked to the pub for some dinner but when we realized food would not be served for a little while, fatigue overcame us and we had a drink and came home to eat a sandwich and collapse. Which was when the bells started... :-) ...