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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... arrive. Our host seems a very pleasant woman and we are conducted to our room. The Lodge is off the main road and a few mile out of Okehampton and is probably an old manor house converted. Nevertheless our room looks spacious with a king size bed, lounge, telly, central heating which is on and en suite. And of course it's upstairs and has 2 dormer windows which I hope Pete doesn't bang his head on!! (yes he does). We ask our host about dinner and she gives us options and ...
... be wrong, as the database on the drive is not complete. The Google drive has been really weird this year, like we can't access things that we used to have. I don't understand enough about the drive to know what is happening, only that I keep realizing we don't have things we had last year.
After room checks I gathered everyone's notes from the various staircases and began typing up a list of maintenance issues. Most of the PAs left at that point, except ...
... is also known to flood and, if frozen over, becomes an outdoor skating rink for any that choose to join in the fun. I notice that there are a few little pleasure boats out on the river today...they are packed with more Japanese tourists (or maybe the same group we saw in Oxford earlier?). They are all sporting identical thick plaid rugs...I won't make fun because they probably need them on a day like today...boy is that wind cold! I also pass The Perch, ...
We camped just outside the beautiful village of Hurley, the houses in the Village were amazing! We were tempted to move there, its such a lovely place. Our campsite was a scenic 1.5 mile stroll along the Thames where we managed to see the Lock Keeper doing his job on one of our walks. One of the Pubs in the Village is housed in a building that was built in 1135 AD, the flagstones on the floor ...
... a wall. The little building protecting the mosaic however has an important job, stopping people nicking tesera from the mosaic. Unfortunately for us, it closes at 2 on a Sunday. A very sunny Sunday when the park is full of families wandering around.
Time to keep this ride rolling, so my friend drops me off at my hotel in Croyden and heads off to her own place.
Tomorrow starts the next phase of the holiday. Just me on my own, and Black Betty, my new bike.