The Swan Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of London. Our guide book warns it is almost hidden by trees so predictably we don't see it. As our book is ten years old we can only assume the trees are much thicker now :-) Moving on we pass Holm Island behind which another island which once had a hideaway house called The Nest - it was a favourite getaway for Edward VII and Wallace Simpson. It's not possible to see either...the house is long gone and as to the island, the Holm blocks the view. A bridge ...
... a wonderful section devoted to Henry's early life, they finally understood his significance in English history. (The stories of the beheadings fascinated Mitch to the same extent that they distressed Charley).. And now the role of Westminster Abby and the Church of England is much more deeply understood. I love watching the penny drop and the layering of their understanding. Besides the education, Hampton Court Palace also recreated the era through a hands-on ...
... again, as our expectations will be way too high. Everytime the girls found something else, even the hand cream and the menu choice for food, it was like it was Christmas. We even got a good sleep on the plane. I did have to force the sleep rule.......there was way too many good shows to watch on their tv.
Next stop Sydney. As I type this we are only an hour away from landing in Sydney.
Hope Pete switched his alarm on.
Now back to ...
Richmond is a lovely spot by the River Thames. You can walk by the river, shop in the compact town centre, catch a train to Charing Cross Station on the South Bank in London, or hang out in the pubs and coffee shops in the town or under Richmond bridge.
... up shop, put all her things into storage, including my Elna, and started rotational assignments out of Africa. The good news is she gets to come and visit me more often. The bad news is my backup sewing machine is in storage with no idea when I will see it again.
I bought my Janome at a quilt show probably 8-10 years ago. I love it as it does everything but tap dance for me. I'll be the first to admit that I don't use it to it's full capacity but it ...