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... the hills, they have had to underpin a whole suburb to stop the houses falling. Any construction in Bath today has to be off bath stone, so much of the city looks the same. The Abbey Cathedral in the city centre has so many rotting old dead saints in it that the floor is starting to cave in. It will be an interesting challenge for Jesus on the last day. The ...
Off to check Cardiff out. Another city.
Onto Bath - wandered around. Used the park and ride, which are common around here since the cities are congested because of the narrow 1800 streets. Definitely the best way to discover what cities are all about is (a) find the information centre and (b) ride the on ...
... to visit Oxford, but the traffic was an absolute nightmare and we gave it up. Who’d have thought smart academic types could have road rage like normal people?
Today we visited Bristol and the highlight was the Clifton Suspension Bridge. This is one of Brunel’s finest achievements as an engineer and is a spectacular bridge towering 75m above the Avon river. Like all great engineering endeavours it has an ...
... days before their departure) it appears that a train reservation is enough to obtain the Visa, along with a complete itinerary of my stay. Sorting this will be my number one priority on Monday morning. I already have a quote for Ulaanbaatar to Beijing by train for £180. Not cheap but a necessary evil with just days to go to get this sorted. On the plus side it looks as if I will be in Tibet on Christmas Day. Looks as if it will certainly be a white Christmas for ...
... on the tour was Stonehenge. Seeing Stonehenge in person was amazing although you can't get very close to it anymore becasue they have fenced it off but I did manage to get a picture of Xavier the Zombie at his first official tourist destination! Lucky people in my tour group get to give a helping hand in taking photos of Xavier and keeping an eye out for badges! :P
After an hour at Stonehenge (you really don't need anymore time than ...
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