Wickwoods Country Club, Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... wooden posts with estimated heights of 9 foot but has been replaced with small concrete posts to show the effect of how they were arranged. You could see more burial mounds around this site to it to is a mystery still to what the site actually was used for. We then drove to 'Ambury' to visit another prehistoric site. This place had a bigger circumference of huge stones with part of the small village built in into it. Some of the buildings within the stone structures were dated back as far ...
8th June - Sunday
Spent time reading through Web pages, doing research. Found a contact and sent them our details, they sent an automatic reply and will get in contact with us. Later in the day we ventured to Redhill, a big town, so we had a look around. There was even a Charity shop opened, so that made my day, Russ bought some shirts and books. Back home we sat and enjoyed the rest of a lovely day in the sun, reading. This is a nice quite park, ...
... carousel when we arrived there. As we pulled our suitcases into the Arrival Hall we had our eyes peeled to look out for Oliver and Caitlin, who were designated to collect us from Heathrow. We could not see them, but we were thrilled to see an alternative reception committee, comprising of Haydon, Lisa, Ava and Sharon (Long suffering wife of Inquisitive of Fetcham). Susie shrieked with excitement at seeing Ava, especially as she was walking forward holding hands with Lisa ...
... Thank goodness for 'Skype' Well done to the cooks and thanks for your thoughtfulness in making our last breakfast in the UK for 3 months so special, even if we paid for it ourselves! Susie's mum, Julie, arrived as David finished the washing up from both sittings. As usual, she made herself busy with the drying up cloth, the iron and the Dyson vacuum cleaner. Thank you Mum. Meanwhile, Susie was upstairs packing, weighing, unpacking, weighing, re-packing and re-weighing her ...
... to a shop in the small village of Droxford, sixty miles southwest of London, near Winchester. It seemed a leap of faith to move from the big city to a tiny village of 550 inhabitants.
So now we are off now into the soggy countryside to visit Droxford. It’s our wettest day yet, but the countryside is still glorious.
Everything in Droxford seems exactly the same as when I ...