The Queens Head Hotel
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... If you think MG takes better pics than me you're wrong
If I've missed anybody out it was not intentional and I hope the issuings have been shared (I didn't want to send it to everybody in my Contacts, 10 would have been far to many)
For people like Jean La Tete who only check their emails once every six weeks, it's probably autumn now and you're reading the postings in reverse order.
Look forward to blogging next time.Love from Nick and MG ...
... at the daily numbers and, perhaps one of the things I've learned as I got to know new family members and caught up with old friends in the last few weeks is the value of sharing. If my friends and colleagues have enjoyed reading it, then why should I treat it as something just for me? I've enjoyed writing it and I'm pleased so many people have enjoyed reading it. I followed my Godson's lead in writing a blog. Maybe we could be the trailblazers for some of you to write about your adventures. ...
... above set in the palest of blue skies with just the suggestion of a wisp of cotton wool clouds. Birds circle knowingly in this place. Under trees to which old leaves hold their tenuous grip, their season finished, yet biding their time before their next challenge to help in their decay feed the next season of growth, the sun twinkles its speckled light. It’s dark, warm and inviting in these nesting places, providing cool shelter from the warmth. The common ...
Today mum, Brenda and I went to Greenwich, the river Thames, Parliament House, Big Ben and a few other things. We started our day off by going on a river cruise around the Thames. There was a guy commentating that was funny. We stopped at Greenwich and looked around and had lunch. Then we went back on the boat and got off at the Tower of London and walked around a bit. We then got on the train and went to the House of Parliament and Big Ben. Then we went home and had dinner then ...
... foot with a number of really boggy fields - poor Mie was wearing a pair of borrowed hiking shoes, half a size too big and the mud was trying to suck my boots off, so how she coped Lord knows! Still, we made it just before the heavens opened with a massive rain and hail thunderstorm - we were forced to shelter in the village pub!!
A tiring weekend, certainly not relaxing, but well worth it and legs felt pretty good afterwards!