The Langton Arms
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It took 86 days to register our QLD VW T5 Transporter Frontline campervan in Dublin. Let's see if the Brits can beat this record!! Drove to Swansea Wales today to pick up some forms from the DVLA office. Austerity measures have certainly helped this fine Country An eleven hour return trip keeps the money ...
Such a lot to do but feel I am winning! Always a problem for us women is how many clothes to take and what about the shoes!!! Four weeks is a long time to think ahead. Tomorrow our taxi will arrive at 2.30 pm - my lovely brother-in-law, John to take us to Ringwood for the 3.25 coach to ...
... summer solstice sunrise and the mid-winter solstice sunset. Knowing this I can't help but speculate that the hill might actually be linked somehow to the equinox.
November 1st in many cultures is the Day of the Dead, when the spirit world and living world are the closest. Perhaps we would see some of Titania and Oberon's humble fairy subjects. (Titania and Oberon are the Queen and King of the fairies in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's ...
... sand. Behind this were all the trappings of a beachside destination. Out of curiosity we enquired as to rates and availability. A night was around £90 but more importantly zero availability - apparently it is life boat week, and summer holidays, and supposedly good weather.
We then pressed on to Poole where we met up with Sandra Foy. This was a real treat - we last saw Sandra many (maybe nearly 40) years ago! She still lives and works in ...
Having breakfast in any pub is always one of the saddest affairs and certainly offers no temptation to stay on longer. A pub is very definitely a place to be for the convivial atmosphere when a community is gathered at lunchtime or in the evening. In the morning it is simply soulless.
Our first destination is the church here at Rode, but when we reach the busy road on which it sits, we see people gathering in a mournful collection of black suits. We decide ...