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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... wedding took place at City Hall in San Francisco, a grand venue, if not a little intimidating to public speakers. I honestly was expecting it to take place in a small conference room tucked away in a quiet corner, but we were on the main balcony overlooking the majestic lobby beneath. I hadn’t been nervous until that point. Strangely, seeing Dixon sweaty palmed and mopping his brow had put me at ease about the whole thing, but then we were up there on the balcony ...
... we had left Crick (which is very hard to do) and were on our way. The third night we spent at Weedon, and have been there ever since, until today. We found a really lovely spot to moor, and because it was so nice, as was the weather, we thought we would just enjoy it for another 24 hours. We put the chairs and a small table outside and spent most of the day watching the world go by which included chatting to passers by, ...
Well, 5 weeks into our summer trip and we draw breath...................well for a day or so. Left Barrow upon Soar on Friday 17th April to follow a similar route to our first trip in 2009 when we had just retired. Took the scenic route and went north towards Burton on Trent, so we could meet up with John and Vanessa on nb "Swift and Low" who are travelling with us.
Two weeks later we arrive ...
We spent a long weekend in Oundle, about 10 miles (16.1 kms) from Peterborough, where we stayed with Margaret’s cousin, Sheila, and her husband Ron. Oundle is a large and very pretty village/small town in Northamptonshire, with everything including a prestigious Public (private) school.
Whilst we spent a lot of time socializing with Sheila and Ron (ie lots of lovely food and drinks), we ...
... end of the A427 saying “oiks not welcome, please return to Peterborough/Corby”
- More and larger parking spaces for SUVs (that’s 4x4s to you)