The Sharnbrook Hotel
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... bestest project I've ever delivered at work, I figured it’s the right time to rectify that. The kind people at work agreed to me taking three months off. My incredible partner Martina has agreed to babysit me. And so the adventure begins.
Years ago, my buddy Al told me contrasting stories: he juxtaposed a trip we’d made to Los Angeles which he now recalls as a bit of a dream; with a subsequent trip he made ...
Today mum, Brenda and I went to Greenwich, the river Thames, Parliament House, Big Ben and a few other things. We started our day off by going on a river cruise around the Thames. There was a guy commentating that was funny. We stopped at Greenwich and looked around and had lunch. Then we went back on the boat and got off at the Tower of London and walked around a bit. We then got on the train and went to the House of Parliament and Big Ben. Then we went home and had dinner then ...
... This was a glorious walk in fabulous winter weather and even the tower blocks of Luton looked pretty attractive. 14 miles in all and whilst we probably only reached about 1/20th as high as Kili, we did have 4 different climbs in total up Galley Hill, Warden Hill, Telegraph Hill and Derry Hill - not a bad test really.
Anyway, the title of this entry is 'Nothing like a nice relaxing weekend!' or, as I said earlier, 30 miles ...
... Every boat that crosses this summit, draws off that huge amount of water.
Our two dear friends, Nick and Dee are working on their boat this weekend a few miles further down the canal and drove up to meet us and we had a lovely catch up over lunch at the Angler's Retreat pub which does really good food at a very reasonable price. We hope to give them a wave as we go past tomorrow as we go through Ivinghoe locks.
... camera to school for the day...
My last school day began with lots of t-shirt signings and excited exchanges of smiles which resulted in all the white tables of the new dining hall being littered with pen marks of every color imaginable.
Lessons, despite many teachers best efforts, were spent giggling over the awkward messages written by boys and trying to disguise the inappropriate images drawn ...