55a North Road B&B And Self Catering
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... wonderful and the cultural centre of the village. On Maundey Thursday, we saw the 1923 silent movie, The Hunchback of Notre Dame accompanied by the church organ. Two hours of organ music? It was wonderful! The following night Alan and I saw a quartet of young students from the Royal Academy of music perform a lovely program of music. The Abbeys acoustics are just beautiful and we are going to another concert there ...
... case anyone was wondering. My life is somewhat complete. It was nice not having a real agenda and just really being able to explore a new place. We also met two girls who had a ferret on leash. His name was Mitch haha. It was just a hilariously random day. The next 2 days we stayed in Oxford. I went to the Ashmolean (which is in art museum here) and did homework. On Sunday, we went to an Evensong service at Christ Church. It was so interesting to observe ...
... at Sally Lunn's, in the oldest building in Bath. Afterwards we continued wandering around Bath. The sun was back out, so everyone else was too. The deck chairs in the park also made an appearance. Ended on a high note at Jamie's Italian. Said good bye to Rebecca (for 3 weeks at least), then home. We have an early start ...
Just a quick overnight trip to Bath, Glastonbury Tor, Glastonbury Abbey, and Stonehenge.
Bath was fun. Glastonbury Tor defiantly worth the steep hike up the hill. The view was amazing! Stonehenge was really cool. All are highly recommended.
After breakfast (scrambled eggs and dark hot chocolate made from melted chocolate), we headed to Bath about 20 minutes away. Hop On, Hop Off Bus: - Bath World Heritage Site - Romans (population approx. 600) 47AD; by 410AD Romans gone, then Medieval; 18th Century (population 3 000) Georgian; today population approx. 85 000 (2 universities) - in Georgian times, tea was considered a high brow drink and ...