The Red Lion Hotel
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... Thanks for following along, it's been fun and gratifying to know friends and family have been on the trip with us.
Many have commented it was "the trip of a lifetime". Well, yes... but we hope not, more one of our trips during our lifetime. We're already thinking about where to go next.
Midge and David
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Last full day with my darling sister Yvonne. We went to Bedford with Chloe and Sophie and had a great time shopping and having lunch. Said my goodbyes to the girls and their partners for the next few years. Love them so much. Yvonne and family have given me such a wonderful time and I am so thankful for the special memories we have ...
... but it is inevitable- it has to be done!! Vaccinations are another element of the planning process we find ourselves delaying purely due to the sheer cost! Something we definitely underestimated before delving into the micro managing stages. However we do think superdrug travel clinic are the way to go. With qualified travel nurses and cheaper prices than doctors ...
... just did was necessary.
I can't describe how excited I am to be going to Florida. I have been before, probably about 10 times, but it never gets boring. Every holiday is different and I love to capture the moments whilst I am out there, so I will be taking my camera along (obviously!).
Something I'm not looking forward to tomorrow is the fact I'm taking my two catties, GinGin and GleeBee to the cattery ...
... unchanged; walked up High Street to Windwhistle House, now sadly unkempt, along the path by the church, all locked up, looked over the wall at the villa, much as it used to be; then to the school, past The Avenue, and The Willows, Chapel locked up, round to the quod, and the cricket ground... Move along folks! Drove up the hill and walked to the monument, all overgrown and dilapidated, fenced off, no view... Back to The Cleve, en route glimpses of the lovely countryside, then ...