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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... in is gorgeous. Stepped outside this morning and out the front is a paddock with beautiful horses in it. After breakfast, I drove to Romsey to see Sami at the bank. I got a parking ticket for parking in a loading zone for an hour...whoops that was £35. Had a coffee with Sami then hit the road again. Spent most of the time on motorways. Missed my exit twice, which probably put another 20min on my trip. ...
First blog! Just a little tester before I get jetting off in just over a month Felt like a bloody pin cushion today after all my vaccinations this afternoon...polio, yellow fever, typhoid, diphtheria, tetanus, hepatitis all rounded off nicely with malaria tablets ✈ ️ ...
... was untouched by the Industrial Revolution or later large scale developments, so that it's central core has remained remarkably intact. It architecture is outstanding. After a delightful walking tour we stopped off in one the many town pubs for a refreshment. Back to the Hughe's home and then went to a beautiful local pub for a typical English dinner...I had Fish and ...
... house. Then set off for Lincoln. Visited Beth and Barry, old University friends from Kings, who we last saw in February, while awaiting the arrival of the Boomer. We had, of course, had lunch in London with Beth last week. Great to have another evening to catch up on family news. Next morning, a conducted tour of the Boomer was ...
... merely being friendly. I saw this as an opportunity to practise my Spanish. Turns out he too has a sad life, with many health problems, and just wanted my money. I think he had witnessed my previous donation! If I had turned round, there was probably a queue.
The lack of Health & Safety. The sparking electrical items, the diggers demolishing buildings, random digging of holes in roads and pavements with no barriers around them, the ...