The Queens Head Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to get our phones or Ipads working with WiFi & sim card for the different country. Trying to let Linda know that we've arrived & that we'll catch the British Rail train as per her instructions to Clapham Common Junction station.
We meet her outside the train ticketing gates. She couldn't believe how big our suitcases were.
She had her husband Clive's car ...
A day of highs and lows today. It seems a cock up with agents, promoters and venues has seen two shows drop off the list for this tour. But that's what happens sometimes I suppose. Another cock up with the splitter van has seen us short one seat in the band ...
... enjoy/walk ing/MappedWalks.php). And if you drive on to Hartfield, then you can visit the Pooh Corner shop and the Poohsticks bridge.
We rounded out our literary day with a visit to Rudyard Kiplling’s home, “Bateman’s”, which is a National Trust property. The house was given to the National Trust by Kipling’s wife and is decorated as it was when Kipling lived there. Yes, all that dark furniture was sourced by Mr Kipling to ...
... for some time. The faint misty rain becomes an incessant drizzle and we take off our packs to don our rain jackets. We know it won’t last long and we know we’ve been promised another 20 degree sunny day, but for now Mother Nature is holding herself back.
Walking the canal tow path is fine for a while but eventually boredom sets in. I know we have a long way to go today and this canal path doesn’t seem to be taking us there ...
... but if the truth be known, enjoyed the pint at the end of it even more! A 4-5 hour walk, across extreme terrain dreaming of a long cool drink at the end and there's our third great movie, the 1958 classic 'Ice Cold in Alex'. The famous final scene with the stars knocking back ice cold beers in a bar in Alexandria, was faithfully recreated by Steve and I........in the White Horse in Linslade....how apt!!! ...