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Last day in Cardiff so everything was packed away in our "dog box" hotel. Jo-Ann declared that we would pay a little extra for the next hotel so that we would get a kettle to make a cup of tea. The girls had misplaced another door swipe card, like in Bath. Later in the day Amy discovered both in the very bottom of her carry bag. We laughed that she was trying to collect souvenirs.
We decided to leave Chester in the hotel carpark and walk down to the Dr ...
... to the centre of town. After unpacking we walked into down and, with some difficulty, managed to find an open place for some dinner. it was a pub called the Salamander and cosy upstairs in the dining room. Our food was nice even if it took a little time to be delivered and they forgot Tristan's entree. But he got his drink for free when they realised their mistake.
It was drizzling on the way home. Finally the weather we were expecting after 4 days of clear blue skys.
... acquainted with the freezing damp bitumen of the car park. The guy at reception was very apologetic despite it being in no way his fault, and it was just a matter of waiting as the location had been narrowed down to a detector in a roof cavity that had either been triggered by a smoker or something electrical. We collapsed back into bed about 20mins later after the fire brigade gave the all clear. My cold/cough combo is at a bit of a ...
... fragrance so often,
and you have not smelled me,
savour us food, and you have not tasted me.
Why can you not reach me through the object you touch
or breath me through sweet perfumes?
Why do you not see me? Why do you not hear me?
Why? Why? Why?"
I have found myself particularly absorbed with a particular essay from this book over the last couple of days. It is remarkable that I have reached this point in the ...
... when you see a road closed sign at the bottom of a steep hill, let your fellows go charging up the hill first to see if it is in fact closed, so you have less to climb when everyone comes back down the hill." Elaine: I can t believe it's only 3 days to go. Today we stopped at Tintern Abbey, Avon Valley Railway and Wells Cathedral - a whistle stop tour of this part of the country. It has been lovely weather, which ...