The Lion & Swan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... apart does not diminish the friendship when you are back together again.
Very fortunate to have a base to use to explore the midlands and the North while catching up every night on the last 14 years spent apart. And the catching up starts straight away as we have a great sunday lunch once we get to Congleton where we will be based for the next two weeks.
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Anyway less about my southern softness. I'm living with the in-laws. Do they count as in-laws when you're not wed? If not then I'm living with me bird's Mum and Dad. I'm now part of the boomerang generation. Except I'm an extremely middle class poncey boomerang with a property being, I just don't want to pay the mortgage myself. Living with Donna's parents ...
Its 5:55pm and the excitement is heating up in the Lomax household...
With the emotional farewell to Dougie (to see the gorgeous Nikki and Bella) and the arrival of Granny and Pops, it finally seems to be real!
DInner tonight is steak and chips, and an early bed due to the early wake up time of 3:30 am (except for Jemima who ...
... people I hadn't seen in several years. One was Brian Greaves who came to Estonia for one of the Feasts of Tabernacles. The songs were led by Terry Oldfield. Gerhard Marx is the pastor and gave the announcements. A sextet of Bricket Wood singers did a beautiful presentation of music. I was given the sermonette and sermon time to speak.
The first message was about the mission of the Church, the theme of the upcoming ...
... over the surrounding countryside. It also responsible for the excessive bowing of the structure which was caused by the weight of the heavy granite roof slates. Visit completed, we take the fast route back to our campsite via the motorway in time for dinner. This evening a chance to try out our latest camping accessory, a halogen oven. Phew, it works a treat and doesn't blow the electrics. And now, just time to sit by the duck pond to catch the last of the days ...