The Manor House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Angie and Colin designed and built the interior, and have used every inch of space to maximum advantage. From the bow entrance, there's their bedroom, then a bathroom with shower, hand basin and composting loo. Then there's a living area with couch and TV, a wood fire, a booth style dining table (which converts to the guest bed), a full kitchen with large stove and oven, fridge, washing machine, dryer, etc, and then a stern area with all the essential technical bits for ...
... was a car, tractor or truck was to hope our life insurance was sufficient.
"Hi is that Candy, hi, look we have navigated to the road on the directions and can't see anything like the description of your property? Oh, there are two roads with that name? ". I was now considering taking up smoking and I'm sure a zanax would have gone down well with Ange. A fair distance later at about two miles an hour and we managed to find the long winding gravel road with ...
... that we were heading in the right direction, unless of course we were heading in the other direction along it. But we weren't! Another five minutes later and we were standing out the front of the massive gates of Buckingham Palace (with thousands of others). Not that I have a lot of care for royalty, and I certainly feel it's all a bit over the top and pointless, but it was still pretty amazing to be standing in front of. While it was nice, I didn't even find it all ...
... Great to see the number of famous people that are buried there such as Sir Winston Churchill. After some lunch I got back on the bus but got off at Piccadilly Circus as the bus was going nowhere due to roadworks. No photos today as the weather is so awful. Walked back to the apartment to freshen up before meeting my friends Carolyn and Graham for dinner. This involved getting to Waterloo station but decided to walk as for the moment it ...
... Sightseeing with my parents proved to be more challenging and more relaxing than had we been solo. Normally we'd walk or take the tube everywhere, but my parents are more sophisticated than that, so we took taxis like proper English gentlemen instead. After our initial rookie mistake of voluntarily taking two cabs at doubling the considerable cost to cross London, we became expert taxi flaggers, and Sam perfected the subtle art of getting six people into ...