Rothwell House Hotel
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... try every street we thought was sending us closer to our destination. A short time later (read a really long time later) we finally found the castle entrance. We were relieved to get off the bike and enter the castle grounds to see if we could find Mr R HOOD. Unfortunately the only person we discovered robbing the rich to pay the poor was the lady taking the admission payment (or is that robbing the poor to pay the rich!). The admission was worth it ...
... would have suited the purpose admirably.
I also discovered that the National Computer Museum is in fact nothing to do with Bletchley Park Trust; I thought Bletchley Park WAS the museum. The museum is in the same area and you can get to it from Bletchley Park, but I did not do so. It was the end of a fairly long day and frankly I would expect only to see things I already know about, and don’t need to ...
Just to let you all know I will be doing a blog about my travels to America.
Tomorrow, 25th August I head to Manchester Airport, stay over in a hotel in Manchester and fly out first thing Monday morning all the way to Florida.
I have just finished packing the suitcase, weighed the suitcase and I'm under the allowed weight (does a little dance!) - Not often I get under the weight so yes, the ...
... is covered with tapestries depicting acts of the apostles.There was also an enormous portrait of the 1st Duchess of Marlborough in this room. The Grand Staircase contains portraits of the whole Bedford family arranged in chronological order. The staircase appears to be unsupported as each step is supported by the stair below it. From the Grand Staircase, I walked down the Duke's Corridor to the The Chinese Room. This room is covered in hand painted wallpaper that is ...
... goodbye meals my final week! One with one group of assistants, one with another group, one when my mum came to Le Mans to collect most of my stuff, and also I went to Amiens (again!) when my mum was there to collect Charls stuff, and we ate out again then!
I don't think I said before, but when I went to Amiens when my uni friend Rachel visited Charl, we went my sister's church there (another evangeliste protestante) and I met a guy and his wife who had lived ...