Setcops Farm Holiday Cottages
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... deliberation I booked a Contiki camping tour that starts in Greece and travels all through Eastern Europe, Switzerland, Germany and up to the Netherlands. It is 26 days long, most of which will be in a tent. I am actually super excited for this, I love camping and it'll like being back on OT at camp (just without the responsibility of thirteen 15yr olds)! The trip is called The Northern Trek and you can check it ...
We have had a relaxing time in Newark with the continuation of walking and eating. Luckily Jenni and John have Foxtel so we have been enjoying the tennis, at a more convenient time too, no late nights, just early mornings! On Sunday we went and had a roast lunch at a gorgeous pub called The Boathouse, this is where Jenni and John got married, it is on the river - (hence the name IKR!) after lunch we went on a walk nearby. It was here that ...
... 1000 years ago to hand carve the intricate designs into all parts of the building. We walked through the cathedral which still hosts mass and ceremonies and were amazed that it took about 250 years to build it completely which is just extraordinary. While we are sure to see a few more churches and cathedrals not sure we will see as many as impressive as this. We then came home and tried to decide on a place for a new years eve ...
... my Christmas jumper around a lot and got some decorations for my room. My block mates will all be leaving at the end of the week, returning home for the holidays. It will be nice to have some peace and quite in the block, but I fear it will get lonely quickly. I do have some travel plans for after Christmas. I am hoping to go to London and possibly over to Shrewsbury where my boyfriend is from.
I know I post about the weather ever time I update, but ...
Today I went for a drive up to visit and meet Judy Bradwell. She is a contact I got from a family friend at home, Tracy Rampton. Judy is very involved with British and New Zealand eventing. She produces many young horses and trains many riders. I was so happy to get out on a horse. I rode a lovely gelding called Perry. He is a 4yo who went in the Burghley young even horse earlier this year. We just went for a ...