Travel Blogs from Bath
This morning Graham and Christine (old family friends of the Eads) joined us for breakfast. It was a full house with Nicky, Ben and Abigail also staying. Poor Ben was all upset when he had to go off to school. Must have felt like he was missing out on all the fun. We headed over to Wells markets and wandered over to feed the ducks and swans in the moat. I never get tired of visiting Wells Cathedral. It's so pretty. It was freezing again today and I thought for sure ...
... rooms and lockers, and the ground floor was the thermal pool and spa. After we showered and changed, we all went to a pub for lunch. Food in this country seems really cheap - £6.95 for a sandwich, drink and chips! After lunch we hit poundland (equivalent of the reject shop really, but everything costs a pound). We then caught the bus back to the car, and pegged it home in the car. -1 degrees on the way home! Very chilly day. Back at the ranch, we ...
... out the animals and we got a few little Xmas gifts. After we arrived back home we were joined by Nic, Abigail and Ben for dinner. Rod and Sue also called around for a drink as they are heading off to Australia tomorrow. Was great to catch up with them. Had a nice quiet evening round the fire, chatting and watching football and Coronation Street. Big day ...
... shopping. We stopped for a hot chocolate at Starbucks, then picked up Nicky's birthday present (a nice watch). Steve took Jonah down to his old Rugby club to catch up with some old friends, before joining us back home for lunch. Jen and I headed over to Shepton Mallet again in the afternoon to pick up some Xmas presents from Argos. Nothing much else happening today. Only other thing to note was the kids sleeping in till 7am. Think we're over the jet ...
... Charlotte of Whales (mum Caroline of Brunswick) had a staring “problem”. She wanted to get something done –her eyes would pop real wide and people would cower to her. Similar to Noel of New York.
* anytime we travel---Tommy seems to think it’s to see the queen. I’m sure she would be flattered if she was to get a hold of this detail.
* I did go to London with them but just for two hours. Explored West Minister ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Beckford House Bath
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