The Edward Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... br> Jen and Matt flew in from Den Hague to spend Easter with us and we enjoyed their company as we explored the Cotswold landscape. We are trying to determine which is actually the prettiest village in England.
My guide said it is Castle Combe, the little village where the movies Dr Doolittle and War Horse were filmed. The Readers Digest suggested it is Bourton-on-the-water -" the Venice of the Cotswolds". ...
Apparently I am not very good at remembering what to take on holiday and my family will remind me of the trip to Ireland without my passport and the time I had no coat or jeans. All details! I have got some great cold weather gear to take and the temperature is therefore bound to be summer when I get there. But I must take the important stuff. Fishing ...
... wont bother me ... not today anyway ! Arrive at airport before 08:00 and have to wait awhile before the check-in desks open.
Having got rid of my suitcase I decide to have a walk out to the gardens to say goodbye to the morning sun but this is not easy as it at first seemed. I can't find the way and soon give up on this idea. The queues that I find at passport control suggest that it was probably just as well I didn't waste time looking ...
... as the iPads were constantly in use monitoring the a rugby league. We then discuss where to and I suggest the Slaughters, seemed appropriated as the Qld team had just been slaughtered (slight exaggeration) She said: What a stressful day this was for Carol and myself!! Where do I start, what Michael and my darling husband did trying to find a place that televised State of Origin was amazing, I think they should get the supporters of the year award, and we should get wives of the ...
... such as logs.
The journey took 2½ hours and was very windy with occasional showers. We did see a few logs, but by the time we got to Gloucester lock, it was four hours after high tide, so we missed the worst.
We moored on projecting floating pontoons in the docks, and having a bow thruster certainly helped as we reversed in, as there was a considerable crosswind. One result of this was a lot of creaking noises from our ropes as the boat was ...