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We’re outta here for a couple of days. Going to go have a pint or two down the pub, maybe have some curry take-away and more than likely visit a loo. In between learning new things about blogging, that is.
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We’re doing a last-minute trip to Northwest England — never been there before. We’re flying into and out of Manchester, but crashing with family of a friend in Liverpool, flying back on Sunday night. How should we spend Saturday and … Continue reading
We’ve got to be doing something wrong. There are some lovely cherries on sale at pretty much every place you can buy food around here. Stalls out on the square, produce mongers of the wine-and-cheese and imported meats variety, even … Continue reading
The Joint 96 Canterbury Rd. Whitstable Kent CT5 4HF phone: (01227) 276942 http://www.oysterguesthouse.co.uk/ Cliff We came back to the Oyster in December 2005 after our initial visit in April 2003 — both times to visit Ian; this time also to … Continue reading
The Joint 14 Lexham Gardens Kensington London W8 5JE United Kingdom http://www.easyhotel.co.uk/ Cliff I couldn’t believe the room. I don’t think I read this FAQ before we got there (I bet Sarah did, though — she’s good like that). We … Continue reading
The Joint 145-146 Sutton Walk, Waterloo, London, SE1 7ND phone: +44 08713325332 Cliff After walking around all day on our last full day in London and checking out the Salvador Dalí museum, Sarah wanted to find yet another Indian restaurant, … Continue reading
The Joint 147 Earls Court Rd London SW5 9RQ phone: +44 20 7359 3399 Cliff I had the Lamb Coromandel — coconut milk, fennel, and red chilies provided most of the flavors. It was simply great. It came with mushroom … Continue reading
The Joint 15 Harbour Street Whitstable, Kent United Kingdom Phone: 01227 264700 Cliff This is a find; we’re so pleased Ian and Michelle introduced to this place to us back in April 2003. Sadly (for Invicta too!), they’ve moved to … Continue reading