Warner Cricket St. Thomas Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... said "that is the one". She has always wanted to stay in a B&B with a thatched roof. So after another drive in the dark we arrived and were delighted in the rooms. The girls picked the room with the exposed beams and Jessamy almost immediately started to run a bath to fully enjoy the experience of a large bathroom. After the kids were settled ("bless them" said the hotel keeper), the parents went down to the bar for a drink in front of the roaring log ...
... tight around the ankle and I struggle badly when trying to take them off. Luckily my North Yorkshire cousin is a excellent woodsman and he made me a wooden boot remover which solved all my problems. Given the wet conditions I used it every day until the day when I moved my van to fill up with water and drove over the boot remover which I had forgotten was under the van. Wonderful though the boot remover was, it couldn't withstand nearly 4 tons and ...
... of London. After spending the afternoon in the historic building we found a nice Pub nearby called the Sanctuary and enjoyed our last pub dinner in London - at least for now!
Saturday the 20 Dec. picked up the car, a nice new Hyundi, at St. Pancras rail station and after a not too harrowing drive back to our little flat loaded the luggage and headed out of London. On our way southwest showed Robin the area around Farnbourgh and Fleet where ...
Today we went to three places, one of which we didn't even plan to. Before we set of to Someone's Arms... ;) we went to a place I have really been wanting to go to in Devon for ages is... Barleymow's maize maze! Before went into the actual maze we played around outside with the equipment for awhile like the: bowling, giant slides on top of giant hay bale hills, kicking soft balls into holes, pogo stick and ...
......Well maybe not sand then. Our visit to Devon, Somerset and Dorset is closing in. Visiting the 'seaside' towns has been a highlight with some fascinating views and typically English sights. The Jurassic coastline that stretches.......an awfully long way changes along its path from deep reddish tones to other parts that are more limestonish. The towns dotted along its stretch ...