Travelodge Billinghurst Five Oaks
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it is already over a week that we have been away. Our grandies have kept us busy of course with never a dull moment....both growing up happily.....Michael very adventurous.... On the day of our departure to Erindi...see below...he set the alarm off at 05.00 as he went downstairs in the dark, opened the garage door, where we found him sitting in the trailer ready to go!!!. typical boy... and Courtney playful and enquiring.. She tells me crocodiles breath ...
... for the first time. Catherine researched the family lineage on Gemma's side and Marie-Helene's. An extensive family tree was posted at the entry way.
The afternoon came to a happy and satisfying end. Thank you so much, Catherine and Nigel for hosting a lovely English garden party reception. Congratulations to Gemma and Marie-Helene, and thank you both for giving us the BEST reason ...
... on the verandah overlooking the sea with a group of young girls doing gymnastics on the lawns to the side. The Risotto and seared scallops with some tasty white wine made a yummy last lunch. Back on the boat packed showered and girded our loins for the ghastly 23 hour journey home. What a trip it was, how very lucky, both stayed well, we didn't have any disasters and we had some amazing times. Great to be home ...
... who showed us the original register of burials - a book more than 100 years old. Similarly in Coningsby the local council had a documented diagram of all the graves in their cemetery.
Couldn't have a blog entry without some trivia... The one handed clock on the XV century St Michaels parish church has a 16 foot diameter face painted on the face of the tower and the hand is 9 foot long and is claimed to be the largest in the world.
Roger found 10 ...
... station sign. Breakfast was had at the station while we were waiting for train to be set up.
The journey north was over in a flash and in preparation for heading from Carlisle to Lockerbie we got the tickets for that leg off the conductor on the train - only 4 pound each. If we'd bought tickets to Lockerbie in London it was going to be about 150 pounds though we ended up only paying 54pounds for two separate tickets. Seemingly you cannot get an advance fare to Lockerbie!