The Sharnbrook Hotel
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... English county. I will be taking away two very memorable days and some of the most beautiful photos. We walked 45 minutes down a grassy lane turned left onto a country road through a farm gate and up a hilly paddock and came out at Hertfordshire and Ayot st Lawrence. The old church was destroyed and lays partially ruined. A highlight of the trip so far. Finished off by dinner at the local pub. Ducking so you don't hit your head on the roof. This is where the ...
... Botanic Gardens. Kerry knew Cambridge best so he led the way and we walked for about half an hour with four kids in tow. I was a little surprised at having to pay to enter the gardens (about $9 each) as I guess we are used to them being free to enter. We found a spot that offered a bit of sun and shade and sat on the grass to eat our lunch. The kids were hovering around a small ...
... a boozy session at a decent pub in London. March the 4th was the date and we all turned up at a City institution, the Old Dr. Butler's Head near Moorgate, with origins dating back before the Great Fire of London in 1666. The original pub was destroyed in the Fire, but was rebuilt and been renovated many times since.
As for Dr. Butler he was a practicing physician, but was actually a fraud ...
... 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 ...