The Swan Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I struggled to be able to hold the nozzle in place and reach the button (I have since learned that you can lock the nozzle in place). All went well and as instructed I only put a small amount of gas into the tank, but when I came to remove the nozzle it made a noise like a small explosion which scared the wits out of me and the man at the next door pump. I don't know if I did something wrong but I am now nervous about the next time I have to put LPG in.
Back at the ...
... Island, so named because it is the shape of a foot (an allusion to Crusoe's Man Friday). We look out for the bizarre thatched Honeypot Cottage. For over forty years it was home to actress Beryl Reid and any stray cat that wandered there. Supposedly it's on the opposite bank but we both fail to spot it. Pity. At the lock, the path follows a cut built in 1822 to bypass the original loop of the Thames. The cut forms Ham Island and also cuts a mile off the ...
... on a Sunday and walked to it to top up on the basics ... As well as dish washing tablets! (The owners had left us with just one in the box).
We then took a taxi to North London to meet Ben's friends from his time at Hebrew University. It had been 30 years since he had seen them and everyone was delighted at the reunion. One of the friends (Danielle) brought her almost-11 year old son and within minutes he and Mitch were deep in conversation about the relative merits of ...
... I was luckily enough to get a first class ticket for only £25 billie said this was a great bargain as most first class tickets were over £100!! I then got to Sheffield and hopped on another train to chapeltown, where I met Julia. We chatted so much and it was lovely or see her! The wedding was at 4pm so we made our way to the church. It was at wentworth church, if this is familiar to anyone? Most of the ...
... across the bay. Weddings going on left, right and centre posing here posing there fixed smiles galore. So many Street entertainers from contortionists to guitarists to didgeridoo players and the usual strange silver painted statue people and one young boy who looked about 12 drumming on two old plastic bins, he was brilliant. Such a great vibe. Wandered round the old Government House gardens and made our way back ...