Dark Barn Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 1972, Paris 1973, Greek Islands 1980, Copenhagen 2000ish. Living in London off and on was a blast and something I'd like to do more and of course travel in the UK - Yorkshire is gorgeous, Edinburgh delightful, Cumbria magnificent. Wales is lovely, Devon my perennial holiday home. Cornwall is stunning but somewhat scarey. Somerset and home are soft, gentle, welcoming, safe.
What I really want to do is what @plaingoldband ...
... used for cards made by Hallmark?! We the. Took a guided tour of the rest of the palace. I found this interesting as the guide was able to tell us the stories behind the many portraits and the tapestries in the house. The tapestries were quite interesting as they depicted important victories by the 1st Duke of Marlborough. After Blenheim Palace ...
... didn't have a phone inside instead had a defibrillator! We had a walk around the village of lower slaughter and around to the old mill where mum almost brought everything in the local gift shop. We even saw a cocker spaniel playing in the stream running through the village, very idilic. We then drove along more very narrow roads ...
We left Aberdare this morning and to see a little more of Wales before heading back into England. We drove north and went through the beautiful Black Mountains before arriving in Herefordshire. Driving through these areas the scenery and buildings remind me a lot of Tasmania. The GPS then to us up to Worcester before we headed south into the Cotswolds. We stopped and had a late lunch at Broadway tower, which was built as a folly (a building to show off to people) in 1798. Incidentally ...
... here is a very pretty cream colored limestone and most of the buildings in this area are made from the stone. At the very bottom of the Isle is a rocky beach and lighthouse, and this tip is called the Portland Bill. I wasn’t able to find out why it is called a bill, maybe it is the shape of the land, kinda like a duck’s bill.
Leaving Portland, we continued west ...