The Royal Oak Inn
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... Michael. Well, he did bring the disease home from one of the unwashed masses he works with. If he didn't harass them about their sick time they probably wouldn't come to work sick. Yes, I'm no treat when I'm sick.
It's still a horrible rainy rotten day and it's only 10:30 a.m. On a positive note Michael's soup smells amazing. Maybe when it stops raining Michael will go out and buy some butter tarts, which Jim has kindly recommended to us. That will probably ...
... for a spot of tea. Do dogs like tea?" "That would be delightful." Said Barney. "Dogs do love tea." The pair of them, already fast friends, gulped down their tea and then decided to go for a walk. "I have some important business to attend to at the post office." Barney said, puffing out his chest with importance. "Would you mind showing me the way?" "I'd be delighted." Said Miss Washington, "I also have a letter to post, so why don't we set off ...
... beef is what you're after, lunch time would probably be a better time.
Let me know, and we look forward to meeting you,
The Kings Arms Freehouse
So, when in Rome... We are booked in for lunch @ 12:30. I will take photos. I'm not sure how it works, i.e. is it like a buffet or do we just sit and they serve us, do we pick the cut? All will be revealed on Sunday. I'm excited.
... Carvery i.e. roast beef dinner with Yorkshire puddins'. The local restaurants don't do one at this time of the year, but a lady in the pub suggested The King's Arms in Georgeham, which is just one village over. I have sent them an email and await their response. Another thing I want is a "Curry Takeaway" that I've heard of on Coronation St. I know Michael will pass on that one. I am slowly eating my way through every British dessert I can think of.
... a two hour drive away through hair-raising narrow roads and breath-taking sea views. Once we got there, it was absolutely jam packed with tourists. Bloody people! We finally got a parking space and made the very steep climb up from the harbour to the village. And then we saw it! The very spot that Doc Martin is filmed. I pointed out the house where he lives and has his surgery and Michael took my photo in ...