Palm Court Hotel
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... some old pictures of the church for me, so at least we know what it looked like.
After visiting St John's we went to the Heritage Centre, only to find it didn't open until 2pm. So we wandered round the town and found Lil Sis a frock to wear out to dinner for our aunt's birthday party tonight. There are heaps of charity shops here, and they have a lot of really good clothes, and she found a couple of nice dresses. I found a scarf.
... sure how quiet it is going to be or if we get asked to move on! There is a snack van parked near us who must be a regular so it can't be that bad. Our night was undisturbed, apart from a little traffic it was quiet. We listened and looked every so often when we heard a rumbling of wheels but it was always a tractor heading home after a days work, no sign of any tanks. We was up before 8am which is now pretty much our usual time, a night of reading and playing cards doesn't usually end ...
... days. We have walked miles, almost sussed the buses, reduced the European Tinto lake somewhat, done sufficient cultural stuff that honour be satisfied, blasted all and sundry with some pretty random Spanish, met friends and family to raise a glass or several, learnt cribbage~ and who knows, I may even have picked up one or two pointers in how to bid better in Bridge!
But I wouldn't count on it.
íTa luego, Barcelona!
... along side it and made our way to Farnham.
In the hope of dodging a river, and inevitably another climb the other side we went looking for the A281. A beautiful road through typical Surrey countryside. Big houses, plenty of woods and Lambourghinis roaring past us making sure we noticed them. We followed this road through Horsham, where we stopped off for banana, meat and to fix a puncture - our second of the day! After replacing the inner tube we had a bulge ...
... br> We'd discussed getting an early start since we were up anyway, but somehow we puttered around the room for several hours checking email, watching British Cash Cab and leisurely getting dressed. It was nice to lollygag.
We went down for breakfast where Simon greeted us with a pleasant smile. He was back at our table a moment later with a French press full of coffee and pot of cream. We both ordered the English breakfast and asked him to explain what black ...