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Tag Archives: B&B
Honeymoon: Our Wedding, Part Two
We arrived in Amsterdam on Saturday 11th May 1991. We had missed the Tulip Festival by a week, so that may have actually been a good thing as we needed to find somewhere to stay for three nights. We went … Continue reading
Mental Personal Nudge
I’ve just remembered a DIY breakfast establishment, jostled from the grey matter of my memory by my previous post. Hubby and I were taking a B&B holiday break, traveling round and stopping where we fancied, so we didn’t actually book … Continue reading
Posted in food, Memories, people Tagged B&B, breakfast, change, en suite, expectation, full English breakfast, tradition 4 Comments
Novelty TV viewing
Being in an environment where I can watch TV, I have tuned in to one particular channel and watched 2 series of programmes, one involving four couples each owning B&B establishments and staying in each others, and the other about … Continue reading
Epilogue, Camping Chronicles 7
And so my Chronicle entries draw to a close as we have now hired a Luton van and taken a trip down South to collect our furniture. We still have the tent, sleeping bags, and most of the kit, but … Continue reading
Posted in budgets, humour, Memories, My life, Relationships, The Camping Chronicles Tagged B&B, benefits, camping, comparison, dog, house, mail, tent, veg patch, weather 2 Comments
Part 2: Camping with a purpose. Camping Chronicles 5
It was a nightmare almost from the start. Once the rain started, it never seemed to stop, but we carried on and as long as we could keep the three of us and our bedding dry, we managed for several … Continue reading