The Lugger Inn
Travel Blogs from Chickerell
... you hugely!) and knows something is going on. He jumped into Steve's arms tonight when he was sat in the garden! It'll be strange without him.
Anyway, we're not quite packed, but almost. We have the essentials, beer, wine and bottle opener. We have clothes for hot and not so hot weather. Some wet weather stuff, but we're hoping we won't need that. We have adapted the awning so that the rain doesn't come into the 'bedroom' - well it had better not after all our hard work! ...
... How amazing is that!
We had lunch at a cute little café which had more tables across the road right beside the canal than they did inside. We enjoyed sitting out watching the passing parade and enjoying the sunshine without a cloud or threat of rain anywhere. Some locals had told us it would be 30° but it only reached about 21°, personally I think it was wishful thinking on their part that the temperature would get to 30 degrees. Our nephew came in to ...
... Bay, Sydney
Watch this space as we bring you the run up and the actual journey
Nick and Kim
... correct train to her with no restrictions on the amount of time I
have to get there or leave.
I arrive at the Salisbury Caravan and
Camping Club with Wendy waiting for me at the door step. After the usual warm welcome she escorts me
to the Arizona Corner or the Carl and Mark Corner. We chat on the way about family and
travels. Nigel is off flying so will not
get to see him until later. After
setting up camp it is time ...
... and just enjoyed the moment. There was a gorgeous steam train at the bottom of the hill that takes tourists up and down the line. We had a cream tea (we call a devonshire tea) on the way out, with a nice walk along what would of been the moat in days gone by, back to the car and home. The cousins had a ball to attend tonight, and we spent the evening out to dinner with some lovely friends of Colin's. Sunday:- today we were graced ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free parking