Travelodge Winchester Sutton Scotney Southbound
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This is my last night at home before I head out to Guatemala via Houston.
I'm too nervous to sleep and I'm enjoying my bedroom for the last time.
I am also finishing some last minute music downloads and playlist editing for my ipod. Setting off at 4:30 in the morning for London Heathrow. I will also be keeping a personal journal as well as an online blog.
I will post again once I'm there and I get chance.
... this was obviously a hub for RAF squadrons. We visited Petwood (an early 20th century Tudor reproduction), now a hotel, which housed the 'Dambuster' officers in the war. There is lots of memorabilia, including a tree over the bar which apparently was collected by a low flying aircraft which didn't quite clear the trees and had to fly with the tree branch in situ in the fuselage! The old pavilion in the grounds at Petwood was made into a cinema in the ...
In the morning Christopher, Jake and I helped clean the stream out. Jake got stuck in the mud. So I came to help but as I was climbing over the fence I fell in some stinging nettles. After I felt better, I cleared Christopher's shed and I cut some fire wood. I loved spending the day with Christopher. In the evening I went to see the new Avengers movie. Louth cinema was very small, but I loved the ...
Grandma had ordered some new garden furniture so Christopher, Jacob and I put it together. There was a bench and table with chairs. We had a few problems, but they looked really good when they were finished. In the afternoon we went for a walk in the muddy woods. We wore gum boots and got very dirty. We saw some badger sets and a quarry. In the evening we went out to grandma's favourite restaurant. I had a huge piece of fish and ...
... part of "The Pilgrims' Way." Second, Winchester was a pilgrimage place itself long before Canterbury became one, as its own St. Swithun (or Swithin), a bishop from Anglo-Saxon times in the Kingdom of Wessex, was said after his death to heal the sick and provide miracles of all sorts, and apparently predict the weather, too. Third, its Old Minster was right next to the new Norman Cathedral, and as they built the new one they demolished the old; and fourth, Jane ...