Happy Birthday Neville “many happy returns”

For he’s a jolly good fellow

For he’s a jolly good fellow

For he’s a jolly good fellow

Which nobody can deny.

“I say, old chap, it seems that you are another year older. Have a most spiffing birthday, old bean. We’ll celebrate with jam and scones, crumpets, and lashings of ginger beer. Cheerio!”

A True English Gentleman

Traditionally, an English gentleman was the lowest rank of the gentry, similar to the French nobleman. Today, the term has come to mean someone who is courteous, true to his word, and well-styled, though the style is not the most important part of being a gentleman. Being chivalrous, putting people at ease, and learning proper values are more important.

I couldn’t say it any better myself”

"A simple celebration, a gathering of friends; here's to wishing you great happiness and a joy that never ends"
Joan
Owner INTERNATIONAL SENIOR HOTEL CASA KLEIN

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