Washingborough Hall Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Loaded the Boomer with all our gear and set off around the dreaded "biggest car park in the world" (M 25) and then reached Stisted, near Braintree in Essex. We went to have a quick lunch with Ronnie and Homer. Old friends - we calculated together that we last met up in 1989. So good to see them and see how they had renovated the inside ...
With 24 hours to go, we are packed, on-line check in done, tickets and boarding pass printed out and camera charged. Amazingly our rucksacks are under 20kg which means lots of space for souvenirs on the trip home! Tomorrow the adventure starts with a car journey to Heathrow courtesy of Mummy Scorror (Cheers!) then a flight to Dubai and on to Bangkok. Arriving in the evening on Friday with our in country guide Grandpa John. We shall see what excitement he has planned on our ...
... nets, then sinking just before the dam wall and exploding, for maximum effect. The Air force base is now home to the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team or Red Arrows which tour the world performing their aerobatic show. The Air base is open to visitors to visit the Heritage centre which houses some of the relics of the Dam Busting mission, including the bouncing bomb, and also to visit the RAF Fire fighting museum which is also onsite.
... it was a nightmare If only MDH listened to my driving instructions I am sure we would have been there in 5 hours. Why don't men listen when you tell them to get in the other lane, or you can go faster than this you know.......I don't know girls what can I say, I am sure you have all experienced this! I don't know if I can sort our bags out we might just have to pay excess baggage, ...
... and then when the next passers by arrived she let the dog lead extend and the dog bound to the gate for another pat. On our way home we called into the David Mellor cutlery shop. What an amazing and interesting person - designed the current English pedestrian crossing traffic lights, bus shelters post boxes as well as being a silver cutlery craftsman. The shop was filled with lovely tableware and had a display of his cutlery through the ...