Warner Leisure Hotels Littlecote House Hotel
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... the sunshine. The afternoon was mainly on B roads and pretty straightforward riding. We passed a white horse on a hillside and Kalena has since read up all about them as there are several white horses around here. They are ancient but it seems not much is known about them really. It was very hot at times and we were a bit sunburnt by the time we arrived in Hungerford at 5.30pm and we estimate 65-70 miles today. Cecily arrived ...
Finally, I'm getting on the way back home, but before that I still have two days lingering in Stirling. This is the end of my journey. I didn't write too much since I met with my friends in Bath. With friends everyday is full of fun and loneliness. I meant to write something everyday to record my mood and experience. But it's not only tiredness and laziness ...
The loo blocked up and at 5am poor Zed was trying to unblock it. No luck and we all had to use the downstairs loo and make sure the kids didn't flush the upstairs loo in case it overflowed. We were all joking about it - except for Zed - who hadn't enjoyed tackling the loo so early in the morning. Merle commented how they can put people on the moon but still can't sort out the loos in her part of the world.Merle was out for the day and was the ...
... bus was in a lot of traffic and it took 2.5 hours to get back.
Basically I told Nicholas take me where he feels best. He used to work in a lot these places so we pub crawled to 4 different pubs before staying at one that had a live band. I ate at the first one and after ordering fish and chips I had to change my order because they were out of fish. Ok, britian, your a damn island, how do you run out of Fish, thats like saying Germany runs out of beer or Texas runs of ...
CamdenTown is a great place to land because it is a quiet neighborhood surrounded by the Piccadilly Line and you can get virtually anywhere. Cartwright Gardens itself is a semi-circular street around a park and literally no road noise to speak of. I'm not crazy about the George but the rate was reasonable. Once there, though, I saw many of the surrounding hotels with better prices. Recession is in full force in this non-business ...