Old Ferry Boat Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... which is a big change but I'm starting to get in the routine and loving it! The kids are so cute and friendly, with two of them drawing Shana and I some pictures to decorate The Lodge with (I've put a photo of one of them!).
Peterborough is beautiful - the town and country is just incredible. Looking forward to exploring some more this weekend :)
Until next time!
... cottages. the office was decorated with Christmas lights and overly friendly British with charming accents. lunch in the cafeteria was the typical meat veggie and potatoes. after a day of meetings and site tours of flavors and frag ing I have one conclusion ... Haverhill staff is extremely proud of their galaxolide production.. kind of refreshing to see such proud ...
... but in spite of the heat, it is a bonus. Probably the least inspiring breakfast of the tour - if you took quirky Bath, added the top hosts and environment of Lynton, the breakfast at Higher Trevorrick, the history of Chagford, the shower and architecture at The Cleve, you'd have some pretty classy accommodation! And now it's about five hours home, with a diversion to Salisbury Plain, taking in Stonehenge. The crowds! Unbelievable, so modify plans, pick up a tray of mixed ...
... After the usual customs and immigration clearances we board the coaches waiting for us at the keyside and set off. We did not get far only to the terminal building at the port entrance then it was all change to the actual coaches for the trip. Not quite sure why but possibly an immigration issue and the coaches from outside the port are not allowed into the area after immigration area. The trip took more than one and a half hours and was mainly through the rain forest at times ...
... Before long, after passing St John’s College (which turned out to be the only College that was actually open, with the others closed because of exams), we found a big bookshop called Heffers, which we established as well worth coming back to on our way back to the B&B later in the day.
We carried on along to Kings College, and found that we could at least visit the chapel. This was well worthwhile, as it is ...