Wyck Hill House Hotel & Spa
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
- Meal plan
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This is our first morning and we are doing the diary which includes last night's flight, arrival and supper. Way too tired to write anything last night but fighting fit this morning and rearing to go. We have finally arrived after a long but uneventful flight. Thank goodness. The queues in Britain immediately reminded us where we were. Spotted Jobe …
... When we got on the plane an entire section of business class was not occupied due to a lightening storm causing a missed connection, so Eric was able to move to the pod behind mine. The flight was filled with delicious wines (Chilean for me and French for Eric), steak dinners, and peach upside down cakes with fresh whipped cream. After a restful sleep on While Eric slept through breakfast, because he needed ...
... off a second time, though, the students were less freaked out and more irritated at being woken up again. It made for a stressful evening, compounded by the fact that by this point my toe had swollen to the size of a pickle so I was hobbling around trying to keep weight off it and ice it in between fire alarms while Kelly and I tried to help Larry explain to Jim why we were making biscuits at midnight. I'm telling you - full moons. They are the worst. I ...
... who married the #9 Duke and saved Blenheim from bankruptcy. With our interest piqued and the Duke and Duchess away vacationing in Florida, we were allowed to tour the private living quarters of the Duke and Duchess. Still thirsty for more we returned the next day to hear a demonstration on Blenheim Palace’s pipe organ, the largest privately owned pipe organ in England.
... House which is the oldest inn in England. It has recently been renovated so looked very new in some ways but the grandness of the building which originated over 1000 years ago was still evident. We had a pre-dinner drink and then got shown to our table. Was a very nice meal, more like a restaurant than a pub although I did have fish pie. Was very good and made me bit home sick. Joel had lamb which he kindly shared with me. I tried to share my dessert ...