Wild Boar Hotel
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... good impression of Forrest Gump so that gets quoted quite often. Through movies, yoga, eating, shopping, and just being together, we've been able to chat and have some great conversations. I only met these folks 3 months ago, but I feel like I've known them forever.
We are currently on a 3 week Easter break and it feels great to have some time to catch up on sleep, be proactive with school work, and take ...
... our information then decided to go and look for the Bridgend Centre together, realising that we would need to go up the road where the post office was and carry on along it. We did ask another passer by who confirmed we were going the right way and told us exactly how to complete the last part of the journey. Well, we did find it. It's hard to describe the Bridgend Centre. It's a mixture of charity shop, tea room, drop in and information ...
... the lock. There is actually a step off point just before the lock near what I presume used to be the lock keepers cottage but is now converted to a garden! However the usual goodwill of boaters is always on hand and had a work free passing through of the lock.
A mile further on the last lock for today came up near to the Venetian Marina. As marinas go it's a pretty basic but a fairly cheap one - I did notice that there ...
... one of the older girls she said they are so happy to live there and they call the owner mum and dad and each other brothers and sisters. Joe played football outside and I played various games with the girls we had a fab time they wanted us to stay the night. We will be going back and taking some toys etc with us as they have nothing really to play with.
We planned the lessons for the next day and then retired very excited. Next day we got the local bus to ...
... made hills on the outskirts of Berlin, created with the rubble that was left after the last days of combat in April 1945 used by the NSA during the Cold War; I went on a guided tour of Berlin with Jim "McDonut"; I played golf with James and Dave; I went to my favourite restaurants and obviously had some drinks at ETC. I then went to Copenhagen and saw the family. Nina flew up especially, so was nice to spend some quality ...