La Fleur de Lys
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
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Shopping day. Chris and Dad started the day off at the Bath Thermal Spa. Both decided to do the welcome package which gave them access to the roof pool, the steam baths and the inside thermal bath. Apparently the spa was brilliant. Meanwhile Rebecca, Mum and I enjoyed the shops Bath had to offer. When the boys joined us we ...
... of the road. Half the walk was enough. That took us an hour and a half anyway. According to the brochure the whole walk should take 2 hours. Not in this lifetime! By the time we got back, Cheddar Gorge was full of people. The wonderful day had everyone out and about. Locals even had shorts and t-shirts on. The day certainly didn't start out that warm though. Ryan guided us to a little pub in the town Cheddar where we ...
Yesterday was great. First we went to Stonehenge at the crack of dawn which was amazing. It was built in circles of different sizes. One of the questions is how did they get the stones there.
After that we went to Lomgleat. We saw: lemurs, penguins, tigers, lions, flamingos, rhinos, camels, deer, rays, gorillas (from a distance), wolves, snakes, spiders, zebras, rabbits, monkeys, cheetahs, red panda and bats. We also saw: the Longleat house (a lot ...
... status and latest fashions. You can still see the reflections of that in places like The Circus and the breathtaking Royal Cresent, where the town houses slope around so all of your neighbours can see when you leave the house. It's all a little voyeuristic and vain in its hyper-sociality. You also have the Assembly and Pump rooms, where the Regency socialites would go to promenade around the room, sharing gossip. Today we went to the Pump Room for a high-tea lunch, but paid ...
... their mystical relevance to the people of the land some 4000 years ago, when these 25-45 ton monoliths were dragged some 20-240 miles. Supposedly, theorists suggested that Stonehenge was a place of healing, and used as a solstice clock.
You could also see the parts of the rocks where a sort of clip was created to connect ...