The Swan Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... holding the role of his whipping boy (the King was allowed to be punished..) Obviously he was fairly well behaved as the two remained friends into adulthood and in 1626 was given the lease of Ham House and its estate as a gift from the King (really need to just become friends with a Price or something!) The house passed to Elizabeth who made significant and elaborate changes which are still present today. The house remained in the Tollemache family until ...
Woke early. Delightful photo from Willow of Isobel and a blonde curly haired Emily !!!! She looks so cute and grownup. Up and ready to go by 9:00. No one else was awake. The taxi was ready before 10:30 but the girls weren't. Talked to the driver for ages before they came out ! At the station decided to get the early train as only one of their friends had arrived. Added ...
Jackie and I had the good fortune to see a comedy show in - of all places - the Hampton Court Palace.
QI and Jonathan Creek watchers will know Alan Davies who did the second half of the gig solo.
Paul Mertons was not known to me but he led ...
... pumps and I wasn't sure what they looked like or how to use them.
I found the pump but stupidly had aligned myself the wrong way round so the filler cap was on the side of the van furthest from the pump, so I had to drive off, find somewhere to turn round and try again. I then spent some time reading the instructions and finally got the really heavy nozzle located and locked into the filler area. Once you have done this you have to push a red button to get the gas to ...
... were known to visit for a spot of drinking and wenching. Back in Hurst Park we pause to investigate an interesting modern concrete sundial. The sun is now out so Ian stands on the brass disk for October to check his watch against his shadow. It falls neatly on 11 o'clock - spot on. I also have a go...it's now five past :-) The next three miles of the path takes us past another long island on our right with Molesey's reservoirs on our left. The river is a hive ...