Old Ferry Boat Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
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... the next day. Nottingham was still on the agenda so we duly set the GPS and promptly rode off in the wrong direction. All of the roads in the UK are numbered, M roads are the main highways and are speed limited to 70mph, A roads are limited to 60mph and are mostly dual lane highways and the remaing roads are general country roads and are limited to 50mph in most cases. It is taking some time to become familiar with the UK road system and ...
... Final day and Aston Villa are playing Arsenal so from Birmingham down the M6 and M40 are busier than usual. However after our break most of that traffic has gone so overall not too bad a journey. The Hotel is good and we have a much better than expected evening meal there, Bistro style Italian and very modern. An early night and we are ready for our flight ...
... demise. The Brotherhood of St Paul finally came to an end in the Spring of 1957, after an existence of forty-seven years.Mears may have been something of an irascible character and probably had only limited resources at his disposal, but he was a gifted teacher with a love of the New Testament – he published a commentary on St John’s Gospel – and a devotion to the Anglican parochial ministry. His vision of using his educational ...
... with the ruins of one of the civilisations which preceded the Aztecs and there were two, one of which lasted 600-700 years and the second lasted 500 years whereas the Aztecs, the one we have all heard of laste little more than a hundred years before the Spaniards arrived early in the sixteenth century. All this excitement and food and drink too and a bit of sitting in the sun while reading/ napping and other hard tasks. We had the comedy magician and the fiddler again in the ...
... narrow (just two rooms wide). This allows the royals to spend the morning in the east drawing room and the afternoon in the west one. Presumably this allows them to gain what warmth or light there is from the winter sun, assuming it is visible (the main time of occupation is Christmas). Mind you, we were told the place was centrally heated by environmentally friendly woodchips from the Estate’s forests. Only two of the many fireplaces are still used ...