The Hope Anchor Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Continental Breakfast
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The first two weeks of this trip will be spent in Orlando with the girls, visiting the theme parks and water parks as well as shopping trips to the outlet malls for the ladies and golfing for Bob. Well, we might let him come shopping too sometimes :)
We have visited Orlando many times especially in the 1990s when the girls were small. Since 2012 when they have both been at university we have been twice, just with Daisy, and because we were no ...
... the food was delicious. We spent the evening discussing differences between ambulance services and coaching the girls on what to expect for the interview as they're wanting to come work over here for a couple of years. I have no doubt they will be great! As we have found out during our training, the service is currently at 95% utilisation and at any one time about 40% of ambulances are unmanned and don't make it on road. There is ...
... to have brought waders with them. It was great to see some real geography happening, and them enjoying it. Went back and had lunch at the tea rooms that are part of the property and right next to our cottage. Not busy so we had a lovely chat with the fellow who runs it and that we see each day. Delicious! Ventured to the local hairdresser for a much needed haircut. Did a reasonable job, for a fee. Probably the most expensive haircut I have had, still had to be ...
... breaks in July with a whisper of a gap between each. Indeed, such a small whisper that it was unclear whether I was actually packing or unpacking the case.
Having realised this was not the most sensible way to plan ones holidays, here I am doing the same again this year, only worse. A long weekend car tour of Belgium was closely followed by a trip to Turkey, all of which was great...
Easter followed, which should have been a few ...
... and parts of the cathedral were starting to close, so we went straight in and made a beeline for the crypt, the oldest part of the cathedral. It's very quiet, dark and peaceful in the crypt, which is more like another church below the cathedral than anything creepy that the word crypt might imply. We saw wall paintings from the time of the crypt's construction in the 12th century, and modern sculptures nearby. We saw the place where Thomas Becket, the archbishop of Canterbury ...