Travelodge Southampton Eastleigh
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... nice group of ladies. Then out came the tiered cake stands with finger sized sandwiches and cakes. Many photos had been taken by this stage! This was followed by a plate of scones, still warm, with strawberry jam and clotted cream, delicious! If this wasn't enough, around came a waiter with two types of cake to chose from!! Quite a few of us had had another pot of tea by this stage too. Maureen spoke to management and we were treated to a special tour of some ...
... Forest – including three of Nelson’s ships at Trafalgar. During World War II, the village was used to build motor torpedo boats and hundreds of craft sailed from Beaulieu River during the D-Day landings. Bucklers Hard was where Sir Francis Chichester began and finished his solo voyage around the world in Gipsy Moth IV. The ship-building industry declined in the 19th century and Buckler’s Hard became a ...
... who just happened to be in London on business. They flew in from Auckland two days after me. Hermione and Geoff had never met them and so more afternoon tea and family chat. Kathryn and Archie walked back to my hotel with me and the other two went to have a browse in Harrods before returning home. I was pretty weary and enjoyed a nice shower before getting dressed and going down to the foyer ...
... foot that is the result of walking so many miles on the camber of the road. My kind and considerate son Chalkie booked and paid for a podiatrist to visit me at the guest house in Eastleigh. Unfortunately he could do nothing for me and recommended that I pay a visit to A and E. I will do that when I get home. I do feel extremely disappointed that I have been unsuccessful in ...
... that at some point we aim to visit all these countries!
After some meticulous folding and precision packing we've got one bag ready to go and should probably go and sort the other one!
So on that note we'll say farewell for now and reassure you that our next blog will actually come from a foreign country!
- Ian (with a little help from Amy)