Lavenham Great House Hotel & Restaurant
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... by a nice bout of snow. If I wasn't cold before, I certainly was now. But oh well. I walked to the other side of town where I saw the most gorgeous houses ever! I'd love to retire to here...if I could. Which I will. Eventually. It's just so peaceful but fun. Then after a browse at the markets, and with my eyes drooping I came back to London. I'm off to see Hannah and my Bakery Kids crew tonight...if I can stay awake that long! Lisa ...
Almost packed, I think I have everything but not entirely sure yet. I also think my bag is too big :/ 55L +10L Slightly concerned over the amount of loose anti-malarials I'm taking.... Today I'm having my hair cut and seeing the Soham boys for the last time before I ...
... arriving at the church was indeed a different matter. The All Saints Church was very special. With little stained glass to block the daylight, the large church was filled with light and a positive energy. Immediately Tim nailed the atmosphere calling it ‘optimistic’. Indeed it was. Here was a place one could contemplate and feel anything was possible. As for the old tomb of Sir Roger, it was simply stunning and the dragon at his feet still scary after all ...
... train station, queued to buy tickets on the Flytoget Airport Express Train and caught the next, crowded, train to the airport. Ruth got off with the crowd but Tom politely waited until most had left. We found our way to the departure lounge. There Ruth asked Tom where his leather jacket was. When he replied "in the case" Ruth, who had packed the cases, said “No it's not”. Panic.
First stop the Lost and ...
... quality ones.
From there we went to Rochester Castle, this castle isn't in the same condition as yesterdays one, but was still very interesting. Rochester castle was built on the banks of the Medway River as a fortress in 1087. In 1127 the Keep was built, this is the place where the people lived and they were protected by a draw bridge. Although the castle is now in ruins you can still ...