The Old Pheasant
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... some of the more historical sights around the country. Unfortunately Vietnam isn't around the corner so we had a long laborious journey ahead of us. The flight was from London Heathrow via Doha in the United Arab Emirates to Hoh Chi Minh City in the south of ...
Another outing, this time to Peterborough to visit Rosemary's daughter Clare and husband Paul, and 9 year old son Harry. This was an hour's drive and it pretty well rained all day which may have spoiled some intended things but we still had a good day. As we arrived at their home there was a vintage car picking up bridesmaids, then later for the bride, photo herewith. Coffee and chat then we all piled in the car and went to Stamford, proclaimed ...
Great sleep, very comfortable bed. Up and breakfasted and away just after 9. Hosts were just lovely and their property gorgeous. We have done really well with all the places we have stayed. Found our way to the M25 and pretty much stayed there all morning. M25 is ring road round London so not surprisingly, very busy. Quite a number of trucks but by and large moved pretty well all the way. Arrived in Dorking just before 12, had ...
... with huge pillars like Durham. Didn't appear to have any famous dead guys in there, did have a lot of children's artwork throughout the cathedral which was rather nice. Quite ornate carvings and woodwork, aren't they'll. Really hot when we came out of the cathedral. Walked to the town area and went into a lovely age which had been part of the cathedral buildings at some point. Cold drink inside and out of the heat was appreciated. Went, after ...
... a beautiful cathedral as its centre piece. This appears to be the norm throughout the UK and the size and grandueir of the cathedrals seems to be based on the size of the respective towns and the history surrounding the areas they are located in. Marg and I were able to wander the streets of the town and spend some time exploring the cathedrals exterior and interior and taking the required photographs. We then settled into a lovely pizza restaurant ...