La Fleur de Lys
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Upon request, here are some traveling photos of me and my buds. This was a rather large group to travel (10) but we made it work. Overall, I saw all that I wanted to and more, so there was no complaints on my part. Everyone had a great time ...
... off the next day to Salisbury where we saw the Salisbury Cathedral. It was grand and spectacular. It is an architectural mystery and I am continually amazed at how such a marvelous building was created. We were not originally planning on going to see Stonehenge on this trip but upon figuring out that it was only 11 miles away, we had to go. Our taxi driver named John, took us 6 girls there and back for only 50 pounds total. It was a ...
... consist solely of an enormous shopping mall and car park. We agree that Debby will get a taxi from here for the final few kilometres to our final destination and I will continue alone. However, while she sits with a cooling drink I go off to visit the church which I can see on the skyline at the back of the shopping centre. This proved a greater challenge than I expected. For fifteen minutes I became enmeshed in the labyrinthine maze that the shopping mall developers had devised ...
Happy Birthday Dad!!! To celebrate my Father's birthday, we all took a drive through the countryside to see some old rocks. This trip also marked the first drive without a u-turn however not without someone yelling. I have spared everyone from these occasions thus far. Don't change the station however as tomorrow we drive into London. ;ᘷ ...
... proprietor Kate Toms.
We walked into town, had coffee at Costa in the square, and then mostly shopped. I mailed Maben's birthday card and bought post card stamps from a very polite young man at the surprisingly roomy Shaftesbury Post Office. We had a sip at Elodie (ginger lemonades) and bought post cards at the Hallmark shop.
Spent some very pleasant time at the neat little Gold Hill Museum, which had ...