The Goodwood Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Adjoining Rooms
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... all that had happened since we were away last . They regaled us with tales of their French trip, whilst we provided lots of info on Rutland Water and Lincoln.
On Monday we all caught the bus from just outside the site, in to Chichester. We spent a lovely hour or so looking around the cathedral, whilst listening to school-children singing. Then up and down the pedestrian streets with all the usual shops. We strolled down to the station area to find ...
... and foods were a major category in which we found differences that were unexpected.
I'm still trying to learn the difference between a parsnip, turnip, and a swede (which to me is a person from Sweden, not a root vegetable). I think I've gotten good with the language remembering to ask for "mince" and not "hamburger" and a "salad" is probably something with mayonnaise or "salad creme" rather than a good ole bunch of lettuce ...
... they are all on the road at the same time. The national drink of Peru is Pisco and I can confirm that in my opinion the Pisco bar and museum in Cusco makes the best Pisco Sour drink in Peru. One delicacy in Peru is Guinea Pig - it tastes ok but for me it was nothing special.
Machu Picchu limits the number of tourists to 3000 per day - 500 from the Inca trail and the rest via coaches from the ...
... I spent a long time with my arm in the tank, righting rocks after I looked under them, combing through the plants with my fingers and even, last night, poking my fingers in the gravel at ½ ' intervals throughout the tank thinking somehow he might have burrowed under the gravel. Also had to set upright our little Easter island man that for some reason kept getting tipped over.
... at the coffee stall. This is presumably the stall for the better class of zombie who have worked out that attempting to operate machinery is beyond them so are happy to have a trained monkey pour it for them. Of course they still don't really know what they want so the queue was long and there was a lot of fannying about going on, mostly cake-related. Who doesn't know there own minds where cakes are concerned? Eventually a lady in a uniform went past and asked "Anyone waiting to ...