Bethersden Old Barn B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... property is now National Trust and the gardens were lovely to walk round (or scamper) with Sam. There's a large pond, forest walk (including Canadian wigwams for kids to explore), lots of tree swings and a large vegetable garden (with a wall built by Churchill himself) as well as formal flower gardens. Churchill was a prolific painter and his Studio in the grounds is full of his paintings. Whilst Sam and Sal relaxed outside, the boys and I went round the house which was fascinating. ...
... the day but wasn't a problem. Couple of pics of an old church and pub around the corner towards the end of attached pic's. We are staying in a huge medieval pub built in the 1200's and will take photo's tomorrow. It could be an attraction on its own. Heading to Salisbury tomorrow for 3 nights. Plenty to see including Stone Henge. Could not feel more at home than being ...
... sandstone ( that has turned black thru yrs)city gate. Trier was once a Roman Empire outpost. Guide showed us a house w door at 2nd floor only. It was for security so a "ladder" had to lowered to let someone enter !we saw many Roman bldgs & the remains of Roman baths in Treir. Had coffee on Simeonstrasse in front of Porta Nigra. Then back to our ship appx 3 for cruise to last stop - tonite in Schweich for disembarkation Sun am. So sad - on to PARIS. ...
... reference to the pitfalls of electronic navigation, I hasten to add that misspelling the address of the hostel in Gent didn't help when trying to find it ... We spent some time in Brugge, rain had mostly stopped and we spent a bit of time walking through the ...
... up route from Chicago to Los Angeles through eight US states, go back to the US Louisiana Purchases of 1803 and before. Before 1803 the original US colonies were on the east coast. The USA officially began in Delaware (a US State in 1787) and then Virginia (a US State in 1788). Originally, everything west of The Jamestown Settlement (named after the English King James) was called Virginia: Virgin lands. The huge outflow from the Great Lakes that is the Mississippi River, was ...