The Old Pheasant
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews The Old Pheasant Glaston
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... some time exploring the nearby streets and taking some photgraphs of the buildings. It was then back on the bike to continue the days journey towards Nottingham. This time the GPS was set correctly and northward bound we went. An hour or so later we arrived in Nottingham which turned out to be a rather large and very busy city with one way streets everywhere and traffic lights that appeared to be placed every 10 metres (exaggeration ...
... fingers and looked sheepishly at each other before hitting the starter button. The tiger burst into life like it had been riden the day before and I found it difficult to hide my relief. I'm not sure Marg was as enthusiastic as the weather was not looking kind and she appeared to be looking longingly at the shiny black VW Passat parked in the yard. We quickly unpacked the panniers and repacked them with our gear for the trip and then set off for Ipswich once again with ...
... including some baby items for Liz. A nice lunch in a cafe. Weather not great. A bit of rain and it was this that chased us out of Stamford. Would definitely return. Back home for an hour or so then after we picked up Jez from the train station we drove for about 30 mins to the restaurant Sutton gault on the edge of the river. A lovely ...
Safely back home after an almost uneventful journey (compared to the outbound journey anyway). Got to Cusco airport early to ensure a window seat to Lima. Was second to check in and, just as my case was about to be taken away, a man tapped me on the shoulder, flashed a badge at me and beckoned me to follow him. The check-in guy told me he was the Police and I had to follow him. He led me down a long corridor and into a small room where he told me to unlock ...
In a quaint wee town, By the meadows, built from stone Lived a musical young couple In their lovely English home In Stamford, posh and pretty, Boutique to say the least Tom and Emma welcomed us With fattened pig to feast In such a foreign land away From all familiar places, It was such a great relief To see their two familiar faces Now Tom a kitchen wizard, His sauce-ery and flavour, Sees cashew nuts on pizza tops A magic crunch to savour ...