Travelodge Reading Whitley
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... damaged and we can only assume that that experience would bring a very loving couple even closer together........ .......... we cannot wait but the wedding is not for a few weeks yet and we have friends to hassle in the North Island first. Frank and Lorrain Kraushaar and Matt and Christina Sole are on our radar. It is 3.30pm and thanks to our son Craig giving us a lift, we are at Heathrow and on our way. Our flight is at 5.15pm (Friday) to Hong Kong, ...
... 10" deal so dinner was roast pork with apple and caramel, dessert choice of chocolate with salted caramel or raspberry panna cotta together with some wine - pretty good dinner all round! DOUG'S DIARY - Arose late, raining lightly. Bus to Ealing Broadway and walked to Carluccio's. Enjoyed a lovely lunch of pate, bruschetta, pasta, wine, water, short black, late. Walked to M&S to buy dinner and bought 2 dinners for £10 each, also tea and bananas. Back to Wendy's at 3 ...
... through illness. It was also disappointing compared to a safari in Kenya two years ago. On the plus side, Uganda was a lovely country, we felt very safe at all times and some parts are trying really hard to get the customer service right. But not everywhere yet. Don’t be put off but do check as many things as possible beforehand – especially the safari company - and don’t be afraid to say “No” when you are out there.
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A few hours for a final wander around Bath, including looking through a marvellous and newly re-opened recreation of the interior of an 18th C house at No 1 Royal Crescent. Most furniture, fittings and bits and pieces were all 18th Century, from lounge, bedrooms and kitchens and staff quarters. High quality antiques ...
... cemetery is perched high on a hill which we drove up - has a 1 in 6 gradient. The car - diesel VW Golf struggled a bit. When we got to the cemetery I clearly remember visiting it previously and could almost remember where John's grave was.
We walked up to the grave - it's near a magnificent row of yew trees. Pete cleaned the grave and said that he would like to get some flowers.
We returned to the village and went ...