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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... this morning who advised Frank got the harvest finished yesterday, which is good.
Home to put our feet up until we left for the 'The Cholmondley Arms' at Burton le Coggles, a favourite eatery for Maggie, where we dined on her favourite dish, Steak, which was delicious and so was the well laden plate of vegetables. In 2011 Prince Charles and Camilla visited this pub. We came home to watch the US Tennis Open Ladies final, and have a slice of ...
... find his favourite whisky. We go through to the restaurant and order - I'm going to try local crab with a chilli and mango salad and Pete has fish and chips. We choose a bottle of SE Australian red. Homeward and the bottles of whisky and gin etc come out and we imbibe - probably far too much but it's a great night and we stagger across the garden to our log cabin. It rains during the night and it's a lovely sound to drift off ...
... To be quite honest I was useless, I blamed the lack of Australiana questions!, and sometimes understanding the accent! After having been to Francis Drake's house near Plymouth I should have got one question. Anyway we came second, which is very good for this team who claim they never do much good. We had lots of laughs. Home about ...
... pretty town. The bus from outside their door travels here also. Then we wandered through several picturesque villages, finishing up in Ashby De La Zouche a really pretty down with very cute shops. We wandered through a market there and finished up at this gorgeous little gallery/cafe hidden away down some back lane. The names of the towns and villages around here are amazing and some ...
Sunday was Election Day in Arequipa and voting is compulsory in Peru. In this case it took on biblical proportions, as our weekend driver, along with everybody else in the country, was expected to return to the area of his birth to fulfil this obligation. Result! Our original 7.30am wake up call (with no breakfast) had happily become a more chilled 10.30am departure, followed by a backstreet trawl in our minibus of downtown Arequipa, looking for said chauffeur in ...