The Crown Aldbourne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at one stage brought Debby tumbling to her knees. I feared this could be shocking event, but in her new lighter mood, she recovered quickly. We had to press on simply following a compass to get to the far side where the Arboretum we knew commenced. I will never know exactly whose land we were walking across. Certainly there was no organisation to suggest it was a forestry project. At one stage Debby saw a deer flitting around in the shadows. Finally we ...
Left Fowlmere and checking 3 Commonwealth War Graves Cemeteries and the Runnymede Memorial for those airmen that have no known grave. After 350 kms, I landed at the Barge Inn in Wiltshire beside a canal, the area is known for it's crop circles..... Thought it was a bit like a Gypsy camp but ran into a few Aussies, so a feed & a few pints were had for a good ...
... once, and she hadn't taken attendance until she got to the science museum. Moral of the story... well, there are so many morals here that this entry would come off as more like a grocery list than a blog if I listed them all, so I'll leave you to interpret your own moral. I emailed mine to Michael, Larry, and the Dean of Faculty.
In the wake of all this, I've started feeling worse rather than better. I'm still super congested and tired, and now ...
... Iguazzu, Santiago and the Falkland Islands. Tuesday morning saw us in better shape and ready to unpack our suitcases. The bags seemed so big and the storage so small......and it all fitted with room to spare. Then we were off to Chiswick, driving the familiar road to London without the TomTom. Terry and The Chiswick Roundabout in a 7.5m motorhome. Poetry In Motion! Around the next corner and onto the Thames Rd....NO parking! Around the block again and there was our ...
... would we all get all our stuff and get off?
I will say, that through it all, the passengers all remained very cheerful, very positive, lending phones to the panicky Americans and generally being very spirit-of-Dunkirk. It made what would probably have been a rather grim experience in Australia, with people being cross and grumpy, into quite a lot of fun.
So we were cast into the outer darkness of Derby, and the same rail staff who were so happy ...