The Lodge Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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So it is with eager anticipation that we set off from U.K on our adventure! You get a strange mix of excitement and trepidation before one of these trips. Mike designed us t-shirts, quoting 'Delta to the DMZ' pretty apt I would say, as we wanted this trip to ...
Afterwards we went to a restaurant for dinner and were served lamb burgers with fries. I was still full but ate almost half of my burger. There are always teenage boys hovering nearby. Waitt ate the other half and the two bites I left behind in my first half. I also had a Peroni but didn't enjoy it as much as I thought I might. We are all so tired and tomorrow is a very similar day.
The return journey was fairly long. In bed finally at 12:20 ...
... Wednesday we headed to Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire where we have been residing like royalty in the home of Roy's brother Brian and his wife Jackie. We have played 2 rounds of golf with Brian & his son Paul first at Woodthorpe Golf Club a lovely par 69 English course followed the next day by a game at Sandilands Golf Club with a par of 71. My scores would make fantastic reading if I was playing cricket being just over the 100 on both occasions however Roy ...
... the sea is the Holkham Hall, an 18th century masterpiece. It is one of the ten Treasure Houses of England. We had another great day in England.
Tomorrow will be an experience as we are taking the train to London. We are staying in a dorm room acroos from Hyde Park. Wish us ...
Sandringham house is a vacation spot for the royal family. Queen Elizabeth often visits here today.
The Prince of Wales (Bertie, son of Queen Victoria), later Edward VII, found the house at Sandringham a plain Georgian house, built by Cornish Henley. The estate was purchased for the Prince in 1862. In 1863 he and his new wife, Princess Alexandra of Denmark moved into Sandringham. As time went on, two new houses were ...