A quiet day
Sue & I wished each other a Happy Anniversary and were astonished to see as we opened each other's cards that we had chosen identical cards. What does that mean? Spooky and perhaps worrying.
A relatively relaxed day, Ollie & I went to borrow Dave's car to pick up some chests of drawers he & Ang had bought from the other side of Waterloo. They were so large we had to make two trips but soon had them stashed downstairs.
After a nice lunch of fresh baguette, salami & cheese we went to Heidelberg where Sue had seen an inexpensive B&B on the net. I guess you get what you pay for!
O guage train
We called at a fascinating farm shop on the way back; all sorts of produce and an O gauge electric train set running around the roof.
In the evening we went to a restaurant for our anniversary meal; a former school
with an interesting decorated metal relief ceiling. I started with a delightful leek, potato & bacon soup while the others shared a huge tandoori
flatbread. Sue followed with halibut and the rest of us had 'Brick
' – a huge portion of
cooked under a brick. It was very tasty and we finished off with a special coffee with
Marnier and maple syrup. A really lovely evening.
on July 25, 2012
from the travel blog:
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